AIRWORTHINESS MATTERS 2015

October 30, 2015

It is my privilege to write the introduction to this the first issue of ‘Airworthiness Matters’, which is the new title for the IFA Annual Magazine, and is part of the rebranding of The International Federation of Airworthiness in its 40th year of existence. The new title further emphasizes the importance of initial and continuing airworthiness as a part of the industry’s obligation to safety.The new IFA brand is not just about image. It is a demonstration of our commitment to our sponsors and members by continuing to provide information and guidance which is more relevant to your current operational and compliance environment.

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ATPCO

Uniquely positioned at the center of the airline distribution ecosystem, ATPCO enables seamless management of the airfare data that makes our entire industry run more efficiently. We hold more than 170 million fares for 430 airlines in 160 countries and manage an average of 3.9 million daily fare changes. Because ATPCO is owned by airlines, we serve as a neutral and trusted partner for our airlines with travel agencies, search engines, global distribution systems, governments, and many other industry partners.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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RESTARTING INTERNATIONAL AIR TRAVEL WITHIN ASEAN

whitePaper | June 24, 2021

In the six months since the white paper was initially written, the ten Southeast Asian countries which comprise the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have continued to experience passenger traffic declines that are sharper than the global and AsiaPacific averages.

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Air Traffic Charging Models and Financing of Air Navigation Service Providers

whitePaper | June 24, 2022

During previous crises to hit the aviation industry, the focus was predominantly on airlines and airports as opposed to air navigation services.

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SELECTING SATCOM TRACKING SOLUTIONS FOR AIRCRAFT FLEETS

whitePaper | August 6, 2022

There are many Satcom tracking products on the market. One of the first decisions a fleet manager will need to make is whether to choose an installed (certified) system or a portable (non-certified) device. This whitepaper will provide an overview of both options to enable the right decision.

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Advancing Cyber Resilience in Aviation: An Industry Analysis

whitePaper | January 22, 2020

Civil aviation is an incredibly safe mode of transport. Year-on-year statistics referenced by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Annual Safety Report demonstrate this. Considering the forecast of double-digit growth over the next 20 years and the new infrastructure needed to manage capacity and services – and as indirectly evidenced by high levels of consumer confidence documented in widely available growth analysis – continued efforts today will clearly be paramount tomorrow to maintain the safety promise.

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RETAINED SERVICES IN 2022-Everything you need to know about retained recruitment to secure success in

whitePaper | August 1, 2022

The aviation industry is well on it’s way to recovery following the devastating impact of the Covid -19 pandemic. Following a catastrophic few years for the industry, Cirium expects global passenger numbers to grow by 47 per cent in 2022, matching volumes last seen in 2015.

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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PRIORITIES

whitePaper | March 20, 2023

The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) was established by the National Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act of 1976 to provide the President and others within the Executive Office of the President with advice on the scientific, engineering, and technological aspects of the economy, national security, homeland security, health, foreign relations, the environment, and the technological recovery and use of resources, among other topics.

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Spotlight

ATPCO

Uniquely positioned at the center of the airline distribution ecosystem, ATPCO enables seamless management of the airfare data that makes our entire industry run more efficiently. We hold more than 170 million fares for 430 airlines in 160 countries and manage an average of 3.9 million daily fare changes. Because ATPCO is owned by airlines, we serve as a neutral and trusted partner for our airlines with travel agencies, search engines, global distribution systems, governments, and many other industry partners.

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