Future of world civil aviation will be discussed in Istanbul

In Istanbul on June 4-6, the 79th annual general meeting of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the World Air Transport Summit will be held.

On the agenda of the meeting – the restoration of the aviation industry after the pandemic Covid -19.

More than 300 representatives of IATA Member Airlines, governments of various states and suppliers of equipment for airlines will take part in the meeting.

They will discuss changes in energy markets, reconfigure the supply chain and other problems facing the industry.

In addition, the leaders of the world aviation community will exchange views regarding the contribution of the branch to the restoration of Turkey after destructive February earthquakes.

Commenting on the upcoming summit, Iata CEO Willie Walsh noted that during the event “Istanbul will become the aviation capital of the world.”

“The decisions that will be made at this plenary meeting will set a direction for establishing even more effective global interaction.

Assembly of the International Association of Air Transport (IATA) takes place in Istanbul for the second time.

For the first time, the Turkish metropolis accepted the summit in 2008.