IATA might lose up to 20 members owing to its requirement that all members earn their way onto its IATA Operational Safety Audit registry by year end, DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani conceded during Tuesday's Global Media Day in Geneva. "IOSA sets tough and transparent standards. IATA's biggest satisfaction is to bring all our members on board, but for those that do not make the standard, there is no place in our association," he stated resolutely. Nine airlines already have lost their ...

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