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As per the International Air Transport Association (IATA), passenger data for July 2022 showing that the recovery in air travel continues to be strong. Total traffic in July 2022 (measured in revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) was up 58.8% compared to July 2021. Globally, traffic is now at 74.6% of pre-crisis levels. With regards to […]Continue Reading
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Malaysia Airlines introduces MHPay, a new alternative payment method for consumers to purchase air tickets, ancillary products, and services via malaysiaairlines.com. MHPay is designed to complement the airline’s entire array of digitalized payment methods which aims to enhance its customers’ experience by providing greater access to all payment options through Continue Reading
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Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) has been awarded the International Air Transportation Association’s (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) registration for the 9th time, effective immediately until July 2024, following the completion of stringent audits conducted by the global aviation body’s safety auditors on the airline. MAB received its first IOSA registration in Continue Reading
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The escalating cost of oil globally is set to result in more expensive air tickets in the coming days, Chief of The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Willie Walsh has said. . Oil is the single most expensive cost for an airline, Walsh said while speaking to BBC Sunday Morning programme. Flying will be more […]Continue Reading
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for governments to apply the lessons learned from the dismantling of global connectivity in response to COVID-19 to ensure that future global health threats can be effectively managed without closing borders. The World Health Organization (WHO) long advised that border closures are not an effective means of managing Continue Reading
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that a proposed 37% increase in airport charges in the Netherlands will risk significant damage to the recovery of air connectivity in the country, reports Elizabeth Baker for .Passenger Terminology) Following a formal review in which IATA and several airlines participated, the Netherlands’ aviation regulator Continue Reading
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