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Mercato globale del trasporto aereo aumenta del 14%

Ginevra – L’Associazione internazionale di trasporto aereo (IATA) ha rilasciato in marzo 2017 i risultati di crescita della domanda per i mercati mondiali di trasporto aereo che mostrano un’espansione del 14%, misurata in chilometri ed in tonnellate di merci (FTK) rispetto allo stesso periodo dello scorso anno. Questo è stato il più veloce ritmo di crescita registrato dall’ottobre 2010. La capacità di trasporto, misurata in tonnellate di tonnellate di merci disponibili (AFTK), è cresciuta del 4,2% anno su anno – nel marzo 2017.

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Legal Symposium 2016

by IATA

Unrivalled for insight, relevance & value in aviation law.

Exchange ideas and experiences, explore solutions and network with the airline industry’s foremost legal experts.
With a reputation for insight, relevance and value among airline counsel, private practitioners and government lawyers alike, the IATA Legal Symposium is the world’s principal aviation law conference. Join us in Barcelona for an unrivalled examination of the contemporary and emerging legal challenges facing the sector.​​​
When: February 17 – February 19, 2016
Where: Barcelona, Spain
Venue: The Hotel Arts, Barcelona
Audience: Airlines, Lawyers, Regulators and Policymakers

Conference highlights

The agenda for this year’s Symposium will cover a broad range of global legal topics.  Join us for lively panels and dedicated sessions, including:

  • IATA Chief Economist’s Report on legal and regulatory burdens
  • Airline acquisitions and alliances in an expanding regulatory web of global complexities
  • Latin America: Growth despite uncertainty
  • Contemporary trends in aircraft finance and leasing
  • Distribution and innovation in the age of big data
  • Trends in airport charges and the applicable review framework in Europe
  • The impact of Twitter on an airline’s legal risk and legal and regulatory policy.
  • Recent developments in aircraft finance and insurance
  • Are governments expanding collusive theories in modern competition law?
  • International criminal law in an aviation context
  • “Just culture” workplace considerations for the aviation sector
  • A post-mortem for proportionality in consumer protection
  • Grand debate

E-Cargo Conference (by IATA)

The roadmap for paperless air cargo

Building on the great success in 2012, the 2nd IATA e-Cargo Conference will take place in IATA Conference Centre in Geneva, Switzerland on 18 – 20 June 2013. This year’s edition will focus on the latest status of digitizing key industry documents and building a paperless transportation process for our industry.

When: June 18 – June 20, 2013
Where: Geneva, Switzerland
Venue: IATA Conference Centre Route de L’Aeroport 331215 Geneva, Switzerland
Audience: Open to All

The conference provides a platform for industry professionals with a stake in e-Commerce and e-freight to interact with each other and be informed about the latest worldwide developments, in terms of regulation, standards, business process, and technology. The event will attract delegates from all over the world, from specialists to leading practitioners in the areas of Cargo e-Business.Conference Highlights

  • A ‘roadmap for paperless air cargo’ has been created by the Global Air Cargo Advisory Group (GACAG) to accelerate the industry’s adoption of e-Cargo in 2013.
  • Electronic Air Waybill (e-AWB) as the first step towards e-freight.
  • Advocacy and regulator approach supported by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the European Union (EU)’s e-freight project.
  • Technology focus on industry connectivity, Industry messaging (XML) and capability.
  • e-Customs focus on Air Cargo Advance Screening (ACAS), Advance Electronic Information (AEI) and how the Revised Kyoto Convention (RKC) will support the air cargo industry to go paperless.
  • Share success stories and best practices by the industry champions. Hear case studies on the benefits being enjoyed by industry participants.

e-AWB Workshop

On the 20th June, a one day workshop will focus on hot topics impacting practitioners when implementing e-AWB. Targeting at e-AWB project managers and their team, the workshop will investigate key aspects of an e-AWB implementation:

  • Regulations: How did some practitioners manage to create a regulatory framework that enables e-AWB adoption?
  • Technology: Cargo-IMP vs. XML; How to improve data quality?
  • Processes: Why do some airlines offer the printing of paper AWB on behalf of the freight forwarder and how does this work in practice? What is the impact of e-aWB on the way to work with ground handlers?
  • Legal: How to leverage the multilateral e-AWB agreement to maximize its benefits for the industry?
  • Rolling out e-AWB: Key learnings from recent successful e-AWB roll out. What are the different strategies to effectively on board a large number of business partners?

Experienced industry practitioners will share their experience with the workshop participants. Conceived as an interactive session, the workshop is the ideal opportunity for e-AWB project managers to exchange on their challenges and learn from each other.

E-Freight Program Update

Prosegue il programma E-Freight di IATA! Obiettivo, FULL E-Freight entro il 2015!

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Tratto da www.trasporti-italia.com:

“Alla fine dell’anno scorso la penetrazione dell’E-freight è arrivata all’11%, sopra il target del 10% fissato dal Board of Governors della International Air Transport Association e con la prospettiva di arrivare al cento per cento nel 2015. E questo per vari motivi. Il primo è che l’E-freight, come ha detto al World Cargo Symposium di Kuala Lumpur dal direttore generale e CEO della Iata, Tony Tyler – è una “supply chain initiative” portata avanti dal Global Air Cargo Advisory Group. Il secondo è, sempre secondo Tyler, che le compagnie aeree debbono procedere con l’implementazione dell’e-air waybill (e-AWB). In proposito Tyler ha citato l’esempio di Cathay Pacific ed Emirates che “hanno aperto la strada rendendo obbligatorio al cento per cento l’e-AWB nei loro mercati interni”. Oggi la penetrazione dell’e-AWB è del 4.6%, ma l’obiettivo della Iata, a detta del suo direttore generale e CEO, è di arrivare al 15% entro la fine di quest’anno e al 100% dal 2014.”

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