IATA takes a leadership role in influencing airport and airspace planning and development projects worldwide to meet airline requirements for safety, efficiency and functionality.
IATA seeks to establish and maintain a global plan that addresses high level, long-term strategy and near-term issues, as well as harmonized regional development.
Air transport requires access to high-quality infrastructure at competitive cost if it is to fulfill the demand for air travel, which, according to IATA’s
20-year forecast, is set to more than double by 2035. Collaboration with infrastructure partners—especially with airports, air navigation service providers (ANSPs), and fuel suppliers—is crucial.
Fair and cost-efficient airport and ANSP charges are essential to maximize customer service and boost connectivity.
Airport & ATC Charges
IATA drives long-term improvements in cost efficiencies on behalf of its member airlines in airport and air traffic control charges. Securing a commitment to greater efficiency from all industry partners will ensure a sustainable future.
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