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National Regulatory Body

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Mission
To lead and serve the airline industry. IATA has defined all rules and regulations and the main aim is to provide safe and secure air transportation to its passengers.
Objective
-To promote safe, regular and economical air tpt. for the benefit of the people of the world.
-To provide means for collaboration among the air transport ent. engaged directly or indirectly in international air tpt. services.
-To cooperate with ICAO and other international organizations
-To provide a common platform for tour operators.
-To promote and develop international tourism.

Functions of IATA
Safety and Security
-To reach the point: complete the concept definition and test its components at two airports.
-Implement the business intelligence tool for the GSIC reports.

Financial
-Industry charges.
-Direct Data Service (DDS) database to exceed 85% of global indirect sales.

Regulatory
-Eliminating barriers to profitable growth.
-Prevent the implementation of other costly new regulatory burdens on the industry.

IATA Issue
Health and Safety
-In most activities such as aircraft operation or passenger transport, health-related issues concerning passengers and crew are crucial that need to take care of.
-Actions taken:
*IATA’s advisory medical roles
*A guidelines to help a person cope with health and safety issues
*Passenger contract tracing
*Allergen-sensitive passenger

IATA’s Benefits
Exchange controls
-A number of airlines are subject to stringent exchange control regulations and central bank approval requirements in their country of residence on remittance of hard currency funds. This leads to delays in settlement to interline and travel partners or service providers, resulting in business constraints.

Currency exchange and bank transfers
-Multi-currency transactions are translated into the clearance currencies at the Clearing House Rates of Exchange. After netting, settlement of the net balance is effected by/to the Members & Associates concerned through a single payment in the settlement. Members & Associates avoid commissions/brokerage on multiple foreign exchange transactions, international bank transfer charges and float losses
History
-Founded in Havana, Cuba in April 1945 by a group of airlines.
-Prime inter-airline cooperation in promoting safe, reliable, secure & economical air services.
-At its founding, IATA had 57 members from 31 nations. Today, 240 members from 126 nations have joined the association.
-IATA is the successor to International Air Traffic Association founded in the Hague in 1919.

National Regulatory Body
4.2.2 IATA
(International Air Tpt. Association)

Link of References
-www.iata.org
-travellaw.com/node/328
-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Air_Transport_Association
Functions of IATA
Environment
-Avoid a global climate-related tax on passengers, carbon or fuel.
-Secure ICAO commitment on establishing a CO2 standard for new aircraft types for consideration by ICAO’s Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP).

Simplifying the business
-Successfully complete the Baggage-management Improvement Program (BIP), expand use of Electronic Miscellaneous Documents (EMDs) to 75% of passenger volumes and implement at least three Fast Travel solutions at 100 airline/airport pairs.
IATA's Rewards
1.IATA Recognized By Japanese Government for Contribution to Development of Japanese Aviation


2.2006 Air Transport World Annual Industry Awards
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