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IATA

International Air Transport Association


IATA


International Air Transport Association, IATA is an international non-governmental organization. The headquarters is in Montreal (Canada). The European Center is in Geneva (Switzerland). IATA has 101 offices all over the world.
Safety is the number one priority for IATA.
IATA was organized on April 19, 1945 in Havana (Cuba). IATA is the main mechanism for cooperation between airlines in promoting safe, reliable and economical air transportation - in the interests of consumers in the world. The international air transport industry is more than 100 times more than in 1945. Few branches of industry can be compared to the dynamics of this growth, which would be much less impressive without the standards, methods and procedures developed by IATA.
By the time of its foundation, IATA had 57 members from 31 countries, mostly from Europe and North America. The modern IATA is 275 members from 117 countries (on September 19, 2017) in all parts of the globe, which account for 83% of all international flights.
IATA is the successor to the International Air Traffic Association, founded in The Hague on August 28, 1919, the year of the first regular international services. Its goal was the organization of safe, regular and cost-effective air transportation of people and goods, as well as facilitating the joint work of all enterprises participating in international air transportation. The association, organized after the First World War, ceased to exist because of World War II.


21.08.2018 09:31:09
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21.08.2018 08:37:58

AsstrA became an IATA cargo agent

The new status of the Russian representative office AsstrA (AsstrA Rus) as an IATA cargo agent guarantees the company's customers compliance with the standards of the association for air transportation and maximum financial stability.


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