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IATA

IACO CO2 Standard welcomed by IATA

The International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) environment committee’s metric to define a CO2 standard for new aircraft has...

CANSO, ACI and IATA to join forces

CANSO, ACI and IATA, representing the world’s air navigation service providers, airports and airlines, have agreed to coordinate...

New volcanic ash measures revealed by ICAO


The International Volcanic Ash Task Force (IVATF), a special multidisciplinary group established by the International Civil Aviation Organization...

UK CAA redrafts advice

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has redrafted its advice to travelling passengers after studying the terms and...

IATA: Far East Growth

Aviation is being used by governments in China and the Asia Pacific region to shore up a country’s...

People Power: The Facts

The CAA's passenger survey threw up some interesting answers according to Iain Osbourne, director of its Regulatory Policy...

University research reveals true economic benefit of Budapest Airport

The economic impact of Budapest Airport (BUD) on the local Hungarian economy is highly significant and directly related...

GREEN IS THE COLOUR…

Lars Håkansson, Managing Director, LFV Aviation Consulting AB When greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide (CO2) enter the atmosphere...

HEAVY METAL FRONT MAN RAMPS UP INDUSTRY LOADING AWARENESS

Astraeus Airlines Captain and legendary Iron Maiden front man, Bruce Dickinson, is the presenter of a brand new...

THE LIGHTS ARE ON…

Airfield ground lighting (AGL) is vitally important to safe operations at an airport facility. Across the airfield, hundreds...