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The 76th IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) initially planned for 21-23 June 2020 is postponed to Q3 or Q4
"I cannot say that it has been a good week. But we see actions from governments that could enable aviation to contribute to the recovery when people are ready to fly again" said IATA's Director General & CEO in his media briefing of 31 March.
Some of the biggest buzz of the conference centered on discussions of gender diversity in aviation, it is clear that aviation has a lot of work to do on gender balance at senior levels.
Once a year the CEOs of the global airline industry put aside their differences and come together to address common challenges. The gathering starts on Sunday. And there is plenty to discuss.
We often speak about the business benefits that aviation makes possible—generating jobs and economic growth. But the massive movement of people for the year-end holiday period is no less a critical contribution of aviation.
The 73rd IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit is now history. It was a busy few days!
I am sharing my thoughts on the upcoming IATA Annual General Meeting in Cancun.
It’s my first day as IATA’s Director General and CEO. And this is my first blog post.