Live at the IATA AGM

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Airline Business and Flight Group journalists reported live from the 62nd IATA Annual General Meeting in Paris from 4-6 June.

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The coverage offers exclusive insight to this invitation-only gathering, as well as coverage of the oneworld and SkyTeam Alliance meetings that took place alongside the AGM.

News from the IATA annual general meeting:

Italy’s Air One aims for Star membership

BA and BMI calm about BAA takeover

Nigeria’s Bellview to replace 737 fleet with A320s

IATA flags high charges

Time to sell airlines, says Bonderman

Yemenia to rethink A350 order

oneworld sets target of 12 members

MAS calls for joint IATA fuel buying

Manchester Airport and Sweden’s LFV grab IATA Eagles

Sweeping restructuring at Garuda by year end

Air India plans to grow low-cost unit

Europe prepares to act on airport charges, EC calls for balanced approach

Bisignani: Europe’s airspace initiative an embarrassment

British Airways seals Malev codeshare

No plan to review A350 order: Finnair CEO

Embargo forcing Syrian Arab to look to Russian types: CEO

Turkish Airlines closes on alliance decision

IATA ups air transport loss forecast for 2006 to $3bn from $2.2bn

IATA calls for global approach to emissions trading schemes

India predicts “huge growth” in cargo

Four African countries shamed over safety records

Portugalia signs with SkyTeam

JAL formally accepts oneworld invitation

oneworld membership gains carriers a cool $900 million

oneworld claims no pressure to sign Chinese partner

LAN affiliates to join oneworld

Star opens dedicated Narita terminal

Aer Lingus exits oneworld

IATA sees steady traffic growth this year

Airport charges row: IATA takes French Government and Aeroports de Paris to court

Giovanni Bisignani, IATA director general profiled


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