IATA Provides Interactive Coronavirus Travel Regulations Map
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is currently providing an interactive map containing global travel regulations during the Corona-crisis. In cooperation with airlines and government agencies across the globe, the information is regularly reviewed and updated by IATA staff as reliably as possible, given the exceptionally dynamic situation.
View Interactive Coronavirus Travel Regulations Map.
The Italian Board of Airline Representatives – IBAR – is a no-profit Association currently representing more than 50 Airlines operating in Italy .
The Association was established in the early 1960’s , following a recommendation by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) , and was formally incorporated in 1986.
Our main activities in brief :
- We protect the Airlines’ community interests through constant liaison with legislative bodies, local authorities and airport operators.
- We are a well-known industry watchdog in favour of free markets, transparent regulation and level playing fields.
- We participate actively in the yearly consultations for the definition of airport charges at several Italian Airports
- We cooperate closely with the other Air Transport Associations and keep close contact with the Board of Airlines Representatives of other Countries.
- We monitor legislative processes, both at EU and national level, and provide our members with regular updates as well as with English translations of Laws, Directives and Ordinances.
- We keep our Members informed with weekly industry-specific press summaries, quarterly newsletters and traffic reports.
- We adhere strictly to anti-trust legislation and do not involve ourselves in any debate or communication on commercial matters or policies concerning pricing, agency remunerations or competition between members.