IATA represents some 240 airlines that in turn account for 84 percent of global air traffic.
What does GAT stand for?
GAT stands for Global Air Traffic
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We have 142 other meanings of GAT in our Acronym Attic
- General Anything Topic (general discussion forums)
- General Aviation Terminal (various locations)
- General Aviation Transportation
- Generic Application Template
- Gerib Assistance Technique (French: Gerib Technical Assistance)
- Gestion Assistée de Trésorerie (French: Allied Cash Management)
- Gin And Tonic
- Girl About Town
- Global Access Table
- Global Advanced Technology (various locations)
- Global Assessment Tool (comprehensive soldier fitness)
- Goldmann Applanation Tonometry
- Goodyear Atomic Corporation
- Government Acceptance Test
- Graphical ASCII Toolkit
- Graphics Art Team
- Gratias Ago Tibi (Latin: thank you)
- Gravity Assist Trajectory
- Greenwich Apparent Time
- Gressorial Armament Tactical (Mobilesuit Gundam gaming)
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The global air traffic control controller training market for new entrant controllers is worth annually around $437.
Note to Editors Our site provides a more comprehensive look at Raytheon's global air traffic management leadership.
The forecast for the USD450bn worth of aircraft by 2030 follows the region's carriers surpassing global air traffic and capacity growth rates.
The region's carriers "continue to surpass global air traffic and capacity growth rates, Qatar Airways and Abu Dhabi Dreamliners.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which accounts for 93 per cent of global air traffic, is forecasting about 8 per cent annual growth in air traffic revenues worldwide this year to about $600 billion.
After the eruptions, the resulting ash plume shut down European airspace for days and affected global air traffic severely, leaving nearly 10 million passengers stranded and resulting in an almost 2 billion USD loss for the aviation sector worldwide.
Spain: Spain s Amadeus, a leading technology provider for the travel and tourism industries, posted on Monday double-digit growth in its first-quarter net profit on the back of a rise in global air traffic.