UPDATE 1-Airline revenues blocked in Nigeria drop by over 50 pct-trade group - Reuters

September 28, 2016
By Allison Lampert
MONTREAL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The value of ticket sales owed to foreign airlines in Nigeria has been reduced by over 50 percent since June, the International Air Transport Association said on Tuesday, adding it is making progress to recoup billions of dollars in revenues blocked by some countries.

IATA, the trade association of the world's airlines, said it wants to develop a "common strategy" where carriers act in tandem to recuperate ticket sales revenue being withheld in Venezuela.

"Up to now, we haven't been able to have a unified approach without breaking anti-trust rules," IATA Chief Executive Alexandre de Juniac told reporters in Montreal, on the sidelines of United Nations-led climate talks for the aviation sector.

"The question is (whether you can have) a unified approach to say to the state: 'You are not fulfilling your basic obligations to pay us,'" he said.

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Steven Rich
Sep 17, 2018:
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