Alexandre de Juniac

Aviation

IATA issues stern warning to non-mask-wearing plane passengers

The commercial aviation industry’s peak body is fed up with plane passengers refusing to wear masks, judging by its latest statement.

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“You can make a difference – just keep it simple”: Aussie agent’s plea to airlines

An Aussie travel agent has called for airlines to simplify the way they distribute information, to help ease the stress the current system is placing on advisors.

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IATA chief urges continued, coordinated effort from safety regulators for Boeing 737 MAX re-entry

by Christian Fleetwood

Following its second Boeing 737 MAX Summit, the International Air Transport Association has urged continued cooperation between state safety regulators to return the jet to service.

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How to curb unruly behaviour on planes: IATA

Is your ultimate nightmare a plane packed with cranky and irritable passengers? Well, let this be a tonic to your fears.

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“We are headed for a crisis”: IATA CEO Alexandre de Juniac

by Hannah Edensor

IATA’s CEO believes the world’s airports are in a state of crisis, as our low supply of office snacks experiences a similar fate.

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“Airlines should be allowed to overbook”: IATA

by Hannah Edensor

Airlines overbooking flights has been the hot topic of late. Almost as hot as our office sweepstake of who will be the next Bachelorette.

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