The International Air Transport Association better known as IATA is the trade association for the world’s airlines. They represent over 82% of the total air traffic globally and represent, lead and serve the airline industry. The governing trade body produces regular press releases that cover key facts and figures for Freight forwarders globally. If you want to know what the leading governing body in the air industry think’s this is the place for you.
Airfreight forwarders and press releases
Air freight forwarders and operators do not always have the time to scour the internet and keep upto date with the latest information provided worldwide. these press releases are thought provoking and relevant to the airfreight forwarding community and by following these links you will be taken directly to IATA’s website who publish this information.
- Competitiveness of aviation in the Netherlands crucial for jobs and prosperity
- Boosting aviation competitiveness in Germany will create new jobs and prosperity
- A Sustainable Industry for all Europe’s Citizens
- Improving accessibility and inclusion in air travel – first industry event wraps up in Dubai
- Four Priorities for African Aviation
- Passenger Demand Continues on Moderate Upward Path
- September Air Freight Volumes Remain Weak
- Four Priorities Identified for MENA Aviation as Challenging Operating Environment Persists
- IATA Update on Regional Developments in Latin America
- More Control, Less Waiting - Top Priorities for Passengers
- Technology to Drive Advances in Passenger Experience and Infrastructure
- A more competitive air transport industry could generate 200,000 more jobs in Italy
- August Sees Moderate Pick-up in Passenger Demand
- US-China Trade War Weighs Heavily on Air Cargo
- Continued Prioritization of Aviation Essential to Supporting Jobs and GDP Growth in UAE
IATA and the Airfreight forwarding community
Forwarders Matter is not registered with or have an affiliation to IATA. The links and information above are relevant to all freight forwarders and especially those air freight forwarding companies trading with the UK. Airfreight is a major part of UK trade and so what the governing body for this mode of transport has to say is key in providing safe and secure airfreight services.