International Air Transport Association (IATA)- Leading Authority in the Airline Industry
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) serves as the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 260 airlines or 83% of total air traffic. IATA also supports many areas of aviation activity and play an integral role in helping to shape industry policy on key aviation issues.
Each year, IATA train thousands of aviation professionals and businesses to help establish careers and ensure the development of a workforce that makes the airline industry safe, secure, and sustainable. IATA's understanding of best practice, international standards, and industry regulations, ensures that courses are relevant and applicable to current challenges.
Dedicated to Serving the Airline Industry
IATA aims to uphold value and drive innovation while also continuously developing safety, security and profitability in the airline sector that sustainably connects and enriches our world. At the heart of this mission are IATA's core values, which support their commitment to delivering results for the industry:
- People focus
- Openness to change
- Teamwork and cultural intelligence
- Results orientation
Enhancing the Value of the Airline Industry
IATA is responsible for promoting the interests of airlines on a global scale as well as fair and sensible regulation. By improving understanding of the air transport industry among decision makers, IATA aims to increase awareness of the benefits that aviation brings to national and global economies.
Improving Industry Efficiency
For almost 70 years, IATA has played a key role in developing vital global commercial standards upon which the air transport industry is built. This aim includes assisting airlines by simplifying processes and increasing passenger convenience while improving cost-effectiveness and efficiency.