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Jul 14, 2015
IATA urges aviation ministry to remove service tax on overflightsIn his speech, the aviation minister said there were different laws and regulations in different countries and India would have to develop its own, keeping in mind the prevailing circumstances.
Jun 11, 2015
Many govts failing to recognise aviation sector as key contributor to economy: IataThe report, released at the Iata's 70th annual meet in Miami by chief economist Brian Pearce, said this tax revenue was equivalent to nearly 48 percent of the industry's gross value added (equivalent to GDP), which is paid to governments in payroll, social security, corporate and product taxes.
Jun 09, 2015
American airlines not allowing liberal flying to US, Gulf carriers tell IataGulf carriers accused their American counterparts of allowing them to fly freely to the US.
Dec 05, 2014
India's domestic air traffic grew by over 16% in October: IATAGlobal domestic travel demand rose by 5.8 percent in October compared to the same month last year with the strongest growth occurring in China, which saw a 10 percent growth, and India, the release said.
Aug 06, 2014
India's domestic air traffic increased by 4.2% in JuneArray
Jan 13, 2014
Domestic air traffic up 3.4% in NovemberTotal revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs), which measures actual passenger traffic, rose 4.1 percent compared to November 2012.
Jun 11, 2012
IATA attacks govt for airport charges hike, delay in infra devObserving that India's airport regulator AERA allowed a whopping 346 percent hike in Delhi airport charges, IATA Director General and CEO Tony Tyler said "this is clearly unacceptable".
Mar 15, 2012
Working with Kingfisher to revoke suspension: IATA chiefIATA had to suspend Kingfisher Airlines after it failed to provide IATA with a cash deposit, required to continue its participation in the Billing and Settlement Plans (BSP) and the Cargo Accounts Settlement System (CASS).
Mar 15, 2012
India's aviation industry is sick, needs to be rescued: IATAIn the absence of any major structural changes, the Indian aviation industry may not do well this year, the IATA chief said today.