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We fulfill a huge role in driving industry initiatives

Our community remit ensures close ties to industry associations, such as the International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) and Airports Council International (ACI). 

Like them, we’re a member-based organization, representing the air transport industry across the world. As part of our community role, we bring together community stakeholders to address the global challenges of our rapidly evolving industry.


The Airport Management Professional Accreditation Program (AMPAP) is the only international educational accreditation program for senior airport management in the world.

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ATA e-Business Program

The Air Transport Association of America (ATA) e-Business Program brings together members of the global commercial aviation industry.

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Community Cyber Threat Center

The SITA Community Cyber Threat Center (CCTC), launched in 2017, is working to support a community-wide response by promoting the proactive and timely exchange of contextualized, actionable cyber threat information between its members.

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IATA e-Freight

IATA’s e-freight initiative is to take the paper out of air cargo and to replace it with the exchange of electronic data and messages.

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Simplifying the Business

Simplifying the Business (StB), including Fast Travel, is a top priority for the air transport industry and we are involved in all areas of the program.

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Smart Security

A joint program between IATA and ACI, Smart Security’s goal is for passengers to pass through security checkpoints with minimal interruption.

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Spec 2000

Spec 2000 is a comprehensive set of e-business specifications, products and services designed to overcome longstanding challenges to the industry's supply chain.

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