Airlines UK is the trade body for UK registered airlines, with members representing all sectors of the industry. We work with governments, regulators and legislators to promote the interests of UK airlines, and with organisations across the sector to encourage long-term and sustainable growth in aviation. We formulate opinions and engage with stakeholders on a number of issues, including airport capacity, taxation, sustainable aviation, disruptive passengers and regulation and consumer protection. We are proud members of the Sustainable Aviation, A Fair Tax on Flying and The Sky’s the Limit industry campaigns.
The Board of Airline Representatives in the UK (BAR UK) is the industry association representing the majority of international airlines operating to the UK.We present a vital international perspective of the industry at a local level and are highly involved in any issues that collectively affect our members, including policy, regulation, airport capacity, UK border, environment, taxation and charges.Our primary focus is on ensuring that airlines have unhindered access to the most effective and competitive environment for their business to succeed to the benefit of all. We keep our members connected with a host of stakeholders, including senior government ministers, government departments, regulators and airport operators.Close cooperation is maintained with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and other trade associations.
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IATA (International Air Transport Association)www.iata.org/
IATA is the trade association representing 290 airlines and 83% of global air traffic. IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and helps formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues to drive a safe, secure, and sustainable industry. In 2020, IATA’s members carried 1.5 billion passengers and 53 million tonnes of freight globally. IATA has a presence in 56 cities in 53 countries and is governed by a Board of Governors made up of its airline members. IATA’s senior management, formed of regional and subject matter experts, sets the strategic direction of IATA under the leadership of IATA’s Director General & CEO, Willie Walsh.