I- History of IATAFoundation Of IATAThe Early Days
Foundation Of IATA The old IATA was able to start small and grow gradually.. By the end of the world war 1 in 1919 , The International air traffic association was founded in the hague.. It was also limited to a European dimension until 1939 when Pan American joined Afterwards by the end of the world war 2 in 1945, the international air transport association came as a successor in april 1945 , and it is founded in havana , cuba .. which had at its founding 57 members from 31 nations mostly in Europe and North America IT was considered as the prime vehicle for the inter-air line cooperation in promoting safe and economical air services nowadays,The international scheduled air transport industry became 100 times larger than it was in 1945
The Early Days Immediately after 1945( after the end of the world war 2 ) IATA had to handle worldwide responsibilities with a more systematic organization and a larger infrastracture.
II- Mission To represent To lead To serve The air line industry
: To represent -1 IATA seeks to improve understanding of the industry among decision makers and increase awareness of the benefits that aviation brings to national and global economies. It fights for the interests of airlines across the globe, challenging unreasonable rules and charges, holding regulators and governments to account, and striving for sensible regulation.
2- To lead IATAs aim is to help airlines help themselves by simplifying processes and increasing passenger convenience while reducing costs and improving efficiency. The groundbreaking Simplifying the Business initiative is crucial in this area. Moreover, safety is IATAs number one priority, and IATAs goal is to continually improve safety standards, notably through IATAs Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). Another main concern is to minimize the impact of air transport on the environment.
:To serve -3 IATA ensures that people and goods can move around the global airline network as easily as if they were on a single airline in a single country. In addition, it provides essential professional support to all industry stakeholders with a wide range of products and expert services, such as publications, training and consulting. IATAs financial systems also help carriers and the travel industry maximize revenues
III- Membership Formal membership: Formal IATA membership only applies to airlines. other industry partners can participate in different IATA programs and benefit from a wealth of resources to carry out their operations
Airlines: IATA membership is open to both scheduled and non-scheduled airlines. Travel Agencies & other Travel and Tourism intermediaries: travel and tourism accreditation and code services simplify the business relationship between agents and airlines as well as other tourism service providers. Freight Forwarders: IATA accreditation provides industry recognition for cargo agents. Industry Suppliers: IATA Strategic Partnerships program allows suppliers and service providers to interact with IATA and its member airlines in the development of industry solutions.
Why Become an IATA Airline ?Member Airline members of IATA enjoy the support of an internationally renowned organization that represents, leads and serves one of the most dynamic industries in the world.
From 57 founding members in 1945, IATA now represents some 240 airlines in over 115 countries from around the globe. Carrying 84% of the world’s air traffic, IATA members include the world’s leading passenger and cargo airlines.
? Who can be an IATAIATA membership is open to airlines operating both scheduled and non- scheduled services and covers two categories: Active membership, for airlines operating either international services or international and domestic services Associate membership, for airlines operating domestic services only.
what are the requirements of ?membership The IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) is a pre-requisite of IATA membership.
What are the benefits of ?membership IATA provides a powerful, unified and experienced voice which supports and promotes the interests of its members in a number of different ways including: International recognition and lobbying Targeting key industry priorities Driving industry change Reducing costs Communication Training and other services.
Human Capital These professional and vocational programs transfer knowledge and expertise to promote leadership, commercial success, and industry standards on a global scale for the sake of developing human capital
Environment Building a greener future IATA has a vision for the air line industry to achieve carbon neutral growth in the medium term and to build a plane that produces no emissions within 50 years.
IATA Economics IATA analysis of proposed changes to UK Air Passenger Duty indicates they would be positive for the broader economy and address inequities of the current system
Legal, Government & Industry Affairs IATA manages regulatory affairs and policy matters on behalf of its airline members
The air transfer industry will focus :on Zero accidents Reducing carbon footprint Reducing delays Increasing profitability Reshaping infrastructure Find sustainable aircraft fuel Enhance customer satisfaction
strategic thinkers from around the 35globe They represented all stakeholder :groups, including Governments Air ports Regulators Air navigation service Air lines providers Labor Manufacturers Technologists Consumers Financiers