IATA’s incoming chief pledged to continue driving forward key global airline initiatives and to be a “tireless advocate” for the industry in remarks after he was officially confirmed as the association’s next director general and CEO. Alexandre de Juniac will become IATA’s seventh DG when he takes up the post Sept. 1, succeeding Tony Tyler who is retiring after five years in the role. De Juniac’s post was confirmed June 3 in the closing session of the ...

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