The world's airlines are facing an "extraordinary crisis" brought on by soaring fuel prices and slowing traffic growth that has the potential to transcend aviation and impact the global economy, IATA DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani told the almost 900 delegates and media at the organization's 64th Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit in Istanbul. While celebrating the achievement of 100% e-ticketing with a downpour of shredded paper tickets over those in attendance, he warned ...

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