快赢彩票下载安装到手机 www.znhur.com.cn By partnering for mutual benefit, IATA works with governments, international organizations such as the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), and other relevant authorities to help the development of global value chains and to define the correct regulatory framework for the industry. ?Air transport generates incredible social and economic benefits for a lot of different people, governments, national economies, large and small businesses, and travelers who simply want to visit family or enrich their lives being seeing new places and experiencing new cultures.
That is why we believe that by partnering with governments we can work together to coordinate industry and government needs, regulate our industry in a harmonized way and to facilitate the global aviation systems that are so important to modern life. Therefore our smarter regulation campaign is aimed at working with governments to drive this agenda forward.
IATA Economics produce regular analysis on publicy policy issues affecting air transport: public policy analysis
In cooperation with industry stakeholders we build standards through expertise, and we strive to continuously improve aviation standards. These initiatives in particular have or will have a major impact on air transport:
IATA supports Civil Aviation Authorities with solutions adapted to their specific needs.
We offer affordable and unequalled expertise to assist you in fulfilling the vision of a safer, more competitive and sustainable civil aviation industry. See Civil Aviation Authorities / Air Traffic Management consulting.
IATA provides aviation training to thousands of professionals each year, helping to build careers and ensure sustainability throughout the industry. We offer a selection of civil aviation courses for industry newcomers to senior management to assist the development of civil aviation around the world. Our training provides tools to manage safety, risk and quality in line with ICAO standards.
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