International Air Transport Association
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is an international trade association for the world's airlines, established in 1945 with 57 founding members. Today, IATA represents more than 280 airlines in 117 countries, comprising 83% of scheduled international air traffic. Its mission is, "to represent, lead and serve the airline industry."
IATA has 54 offices in 53 countries, with its Head Office in Montreal, Executive Office in Geneva and Regional Offices in Amman, Beijing, Brussels, Johannesburg, Madrid, Miami, Moscow, Singapore and Washington. The IATA Annual General Meeting & World Air Transport Summit, held in June each year, formalises industry positions on industry and public policy issues and provides a focus for emerging industry issues.
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