from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. International Air Transport Association

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  • International Air Transport Association; an airline trade organisation with headquarters in Switzerland and Canada.


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  • And the aviation community, lead by IATA is also doing its part by going ahead with FIDAE – the Chilean Airshow – and the Wings of Change conference, despite the damage incurred during the earthquake.

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  • But now the international trade group, known as IATA, says profits should reach nearly $9 billion.

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  • Before anyone says I don't know what I am talking about - they may be correct, so please feel free to correct me, but I did call IATA this morning in Sydney to check my facts and the really nice guy on the switch said the Country Manager was not available.

  • The IATA is a global group serving the airline industry with some 230 airlines as members representing 93 percent of scheduled international air traffic.


  • The IATA is a global group serving the airline industry with some 230 airlines as members representing 93 per cent of scheduled international air traffic.

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  • Premium traffic on transatlantic markets fell 5. 8% and 12. 1% in long-haul Pacific markets, says IATA, which is a modest improvement from low points posted in June.


  • I actually want to know something about IATA which is (International Airline Transport Association).

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  • Today, in concert with its partners International Air Transport Association ( "IATA") and Airlines Reporting Corporation ( "ARC"), Diio continues to set the performance standard by meeting new challenges with remarkably fresh and innovative solutions.

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  • Working with industry bodies such as IATA, many are looking at various technologies to see what would contribute to the continued positive business atmosphere even in the face of threats beyond their control. Master Site Feed

  • "Partly this is due to industry initiatives which have resulted in fewer bags being checked-in, and hence fewer bags mishandled, but it also shows that baggage processing initiatives - such as IATA's Baggage Improvement Programme (BIP) and SITA's integrated baggage management solutions - are delivering positive results and helping both the industry and passengers alike."

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