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Heathrow told to reduce passenger charges by CAA

The war of words between the UK’s air regulator and the operator of Heathrow has intensified today as it told the airport it would recommend a cut to its passenger charges.

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Doha debrief from IATA's Annual General Meeting

Labour shortages don’t seem to worry the International Air Transport Association (IATA), but some airlines see a looming problem, reports Richard Schuurman from the IATA AGM in Doha

IATA: Passenger numbers to recover in 2024

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects overall traveller numbers to reach 4 billion in 2024, exceeding pre-COVID-19 levels

Airports sector welcomes travel recommendations

Trade bodies representing the aviation sector have responded positively to the latest pandemic-end travel recommendations

Spanish charge decision welcome, says IATA

IATA has welcomed the Spanish government’s rejection of operator AENA’s proposal to recoup COVID-19 losses by raising airport charges

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How do airport IATA codes work: North America

When it comes to the identifiers given to hubs and gateways around the world, some might leave you scratching your head. Tom Batchelor is on hand to further unravel the mystery of curious codes

IATA launches ground operations portal

IATA has announced the launch of the IGOM Portal, a support tool for the implementation of the IATA Ground Operations Manual (IGOM)

IATA responds to slot changes

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has welcomed updated slot guidance from the European Airport Coordinators Association (EUACA).

IATA welcomes ICAO HML

IATA has welcomed the creation by ICAO of a global directory of public keys required for authentication of health credentials

Research shows Covid restrictions failed

New research has shown that EU travel restrictions had little or no impact on the spread of Omicron, prompting calls for their removal