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'Terrorised' airlines now want passenger profiling
Chiefs of the world's leading airlines have warned that full body scanners will not eliminate the terrorist threat, and have demanded passenger profiling as well. Security can only be guaranteed......
DIAL a miracle, but overall concerns remain: IATA
When the International Air Transport Association director general and chief executive officer Giovanni Bisignani was told that Terminal 3 of the Delhi International Airport would be completed in......
Delhi, Mumbai airports on IATA 'wall of shame'
Giovanni Bisignani, CEO of International Air Transport Association, on Monday put Delhi and Mumbai Airport on the 'IATA wall of shame' for their steep hikes in fees which, he said, added to the......
IATA to make airports' security check hassle-free
The International Air Transport Association that represents 230 airlines across the world, on Tuesday unveiled the 'Checkpoint of the Future', a security model that will do away with intrusive......
India, China boost global air travel by 16%
Growing air traffic in India, China and Latin America has led to a rebound in the global aviation market, which grew by 16.5 per cent in April, despite the high oil prices, the Iceland volcanic......
India's FDI policy in aviation to hurt: IATA
International aviation body IATAsaid on Thursday India's insular approach toforeign direct investment aviation is going to hurt the sector which needs an investment of $140 billion in the next 20......
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