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IATA issues renewed call for Latin American intervention

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has once again called for action from respective Latin American governments to help the aviation industry.

EU backs coronavirus changes to CORSIA scheme

The European Union (EU) has thrown its weight behind plans to change a UN scheme to tackle the aviation industry’s carbon footprint, to the dismay of environmental activists. On Tuesday, the 27 member states of the EU voted to support changes that would alter requirements of the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation

IATA data suggests industry to lose $84bn from COVID-19

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released its financial outlook for the global air transport industry showing that airlines are expected to lose $84.3 billion in 2020 for a net profit margin of -20.1 per cent due to the ongoing pandemic.

IATA criticises lack of action from South American governments

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has criticised Latin American governments for a lack of action and assistance for airlines as the coronavirus continues to devastate the industry. The group is also questioning when the sector will return to pre-virus strength and whether all carriers will survive the pandemic. Peter Cerda, IATA’s vice-president for Latin

Airline debt could rise to $550bn by year-end, IATA warns

The International Air Transport Association says that there are still large gaps in the financial aid needed to help airlines to survive.

IATA outlines industry restart process and principles

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revealed details of its proposed temporary layered approach to biosecurity for restarting passenger flights amid the COVID-19 crisis. The Association also announced a commitment by the airline CEOs on its Board of Governors to five principles for reconnecting the world by air transport. IATA has published Biosecurity for


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