In our offices around the world, we are meeting the challenges facing commercial aviation, the world’s most exciting industry.
Our people are making a difference as air transport connects products to markets and people to business, friends, family, and new experiences.
Our team is committed to represent, lead and serve the air transport industry by: Achieving results with speed
- Embracing innovation and change
- Acting with integrity
- Demonstrating teamwork
- Working across cultures with cultural intelligence
We believe our people are important as everything that we achieve in IATA is because of their knowledge, skill and hard work. We strive to provide a safe, healthy and productive working environment where performance is recognized and professional development is supported.
We believe in equal opportunity and non-discrimination which allows us to benefit from the positive effects of diversity.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA/aɪˈɑːtə/) is an exchange relationship of the world’s carriers. Comprising of 268 aircrafts, principally significant bearers, speaking to 117 nations, the IATA’s part carriers represent conveying around 83% of aggregate Available Seat Kilometers air traffic. IATA underpins aircraft action and figures industry approach and models. It is headquartered in Montreal, Canada with Executive Offices in Geneva, Switzerland.IATA was framed in April 1945 in Havana, Cuba. It is the successor to the International Air Traffic Association, which was shaped in 1919 at The Hague, Netherlands. At its establishing, IATA comprised of 57 aircrafts from 31 nations.