IATA has urged the Canadian government to improve its global competitiveness in air transport, travel and tourism by working with industry to address key issues of taxation and regulation, security and the environment. In a hard-hitting address to the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations last week, IATA DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani noted that Canada fell from the eighth most visited country in the world in 2002 to the 15th in 2009, while The World Economic Forum’s Travel and ...

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