Fly Net Zero is the commitment of airlines to achieve net zero carbon by 2050, bringing air transport in line with the Paris agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
Rely on sound guidance for developing airport infrastructure that balances capacity with demand and efficiently meets user requirements while keeping up with evolving technology.
Find out how you can save 10-15% of material costs using MRO Smarthub to plan, procure, sell and valuate aircraft surplus parts optimally.
Acquire the new skills needed to meet the challenges of the road to recovery, from safety management to emergency planning and risk management.
People, Purpose & Passion - Building a Sustainable Future For Ground Ops. Join us in Paris with over 650 other delegates.
IATA's 78th Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit will take place on 19-21 June 2022 in Doha, Qatar. Join us in Doha and have access to first hand news and specialized briefings on aviation's latest developments.
This guide will help your organization get on-track to be compliant with the new competency-based training and assessment approach for the transport of dangerous goods when it comes into effect on January 1, 2023
Dangerous goods acceptance has always been done manually, but thanks to digital technology and innovation, there is an improved way to do it using DG AutoCheck
Lithium batteries are increasing in popularity, but despite restrictions you can safely ship lithium batteries by air. Here’s what to know about how to ship lithium batteries.
This year's survey examines the pandemic’s effect on the dangerous goods supply chain
Every year more than 1.25 million dangerous goods shipments are transported by air. IATA’s rules and regulations help you meet the requirements to ship dangerous goods safely.