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IATA expects global air traffic to exceed pre-Covid levels in 2024

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects overall traveller numbers to reach 4.0 billion in 2024 (counting multi-sector connecting trips as one passenger), exceeding pre-COVID-19 levels (103% of the 2019 total). Expectations for the shape of the near-term recovery have shifted slightly, reflecting the evolution of government-imposed travel restrictions in Continue Reading

Time to remove the pre-departure testing requirement for fully vaccinated air travellers flying to the US: IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), in partnership with Airlines for America (A4A) and 28 US and international aviation and travel and tourism stakeholder groups, urged the US government to remove the pre-departure testing requirement for fully vaccinated air travellers flying to the US. The vaccinated traveller population adds no additional risks to the Continue Reading

Omicron: Travel restrictions are a threat for industry’s recovery says IATA

The travel bans imposed from governments will leave the recovery of travel and tourism lagging behind, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revealed. Furthermore, the Association published data on the recovery of air travel from October 2021, revealing that the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected the demand for air travel. . According to the […]Continue Reading

ETAA South Chapter organises knowledge session on TIDS benefits for its members

Travel Industry Designatory Service (TIDS) is an identity management program designed from IATA, Montreal, Canada for all Non IATA travel companies made available free of cost globally. On procuring ETAA recommendation letter the TIDS procedure will be complete. Travel agents and tour operators availing the designatory service will get updated in IATA agency list. This Continue Reading
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