Where is the IATA head office?

Where is the IATA head office?

Montreal, Canada
International Air Transport Association/Headquarters

How do I contact IATA?

For any commercial requests relating to products and services, please contact us at [email protected].

How many members does IATA have?

IATA Members ​From 57 founding members in 1945, IATA now represents some 290 airlines in 120 countries. Carrying 83% of the world’s air traffic, IATA members include the world’s leading passenger and cargo airlines.

What is IATA responsible for?

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing over 290 airlines or 83% of total scheduled traffic. We support many areas of aviation activity and help formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.

What is the fees for IATA course?

The course fee for learning IATA courses in these institutes varies depending on the type of the course and the teaching institute. The average course is between Rs 70,000 and Rs 1,20,000 inclusive of the service tax and the IATA registration fees.

What is the salary of IATA?

Average annual salary in IATA is INR 6.3 lakhs.

What is the handling capacity of Singapore’s airfreight terminals?

The ISO-certified SATS Airfreight Terminals 5 and 6 have a combined handling capacity of 1,400,000 tonnes a year and cater to Singapore Airlines Cargo’s export, import and transhipment activities.

How can Singapore’s Air cargo industry support e-commerce businesses?

Air cargo is encouraged to use Singapore via specialized infrastructure and processes. There is the Airport Logistics Park for time-sensitive cargo, the cold-chain centers for perishables, and regional express facilities to accommodate burgeoning e-commerce activity.

How can Singapore become a leading logistics hub?

These three factors–connectivity, infrastructure and processes, and private sector participation–create an integrated ecosystem that allows logistics to thrive. Singapore’s success shows that, with a forward-thinking vision and much determination, a developing country with few resources can become a leading logistics hub.

Why Singapore as a hub port?

As a hub port, Singapore is able to offer a high degree of connectivity and competitive shipping rates to an extensive range of players across the logistics supply chain. Superior maritime connectivity supports the manufacturing sector by contributing to the ease and affordability of importing raw goods and exporting manufactured products.