IATA said last week that it "strengthened its commitment to China's aviation development" with the opening of its new North Asia Regional Office in Beijing.
IATA said last week that it "strengthened its commitment to China's aviation development" with the opening of its new North Asia Regional Office in Beijing. DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani said safety standards, "simplifying the business," developing infrastructure and liberalization are the four key areas on which China's airline industry needs to focus. He said he "hopes" CAAC will consider using IOSA and IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations and highlighted the need for the nation's ...
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