Tag: Rafael Schvartzman

European Air Traffic Management Must Cut Emissions and Be Judged by an Independent Referee

European Air Traffic Management Must Cut Emissions and Be Judged by an Independent Referee

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Airlines for Europe (A4E) urged EU Transport Ministers to agree to recommendations for European air traffic management (ATM) at their meeting on December 5th which will deliver specific environmental improvements and submit its performance to re...

Airports and Airlines welcome new EU Council Recommendation on travel into the EU

Airports and Airlines welcome new EU Council Recommendation on travel into the EU

ACI EUROPE (Airports Council International) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the adoption today of an EU Council Recommendation for external travellers coming into the EU and called for further action to help re-start air connectivity. The new regime aligns with the...

Increased Risk to Jobs as European Airline Revenues Collapse

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released further evidence of the risk to jobs from the mounting financial crisis threatening European airlines, and called for urgent government action to preserve air services.  IATA’s analysis shows that the potential revenue loss by European ...

IATA calls for “urgent improvements” to European air traffic management

IATA calls for “urgent improvements” to European air traffic management

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on European governments and air navigation service providers (ANSPs) to make "urgent improvements" to European air traffic management. The association said the priority should be to cut carbon emissions and address the unnecessary cos...

IATA warns 120,000 jobs at risk from erosion of UK air transport competitiveness

IATA warns 120,000 jobs at risk from erosion of UK air transport competitiveness

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that up to 120,000 jobs supported by air transport could be at risk from an erosion of UK air transport competitiveness. The association said by contrast, employment could rise by 200,000 if the UK invests in cost-effective runway exp...

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