The International Air Transport Association (IATA), an industry body made up of around 300 airlines, said it has completed an annual revision of its air transport industry manuals for cargo, ground handling, and operations. The updated guidelines bring together the various “underlying industry standards” that were updated, amended or introduced over the past year, the association said. Among the 350 updates in the manual are revised dangerous goods regulations, procedures for cargo information sharing, updated boarding guidance for passengers with reduced mobility and handling procedures for carriage of pets. “Aviation is a unique industry with its global footprint covering operations
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