IATA AGM 2014: In Pictures

5th Jun 2014

With the International Air Transport Association Annual General Meeting now having come to a close in Doha Breaking Travel News here takes a look back at the event in pictures.

The Ritz-Carlton Doha welcomed guests for the 70th IATA AGM

Delegates were treated to a spectacular fireworks display before they got down to business

IATA’s board met to discuss the agenda for the AGM on the first morning of the event

Qatar prime minister Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani welcomed delegates to the event

IATA director general Tony Tyler gave the keynote address on the first morning of the AGM

Kevin Hiatt was appointed as IATA senior vice president, safety and flight operations in late 2013 and addressed the AGM on the first day

Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker chaired the AGM

Al Baker’s services to the industry were recognised by IATA

International Airlines Group chief executive Willie Walsh spoke on the expert panels

Al Baker shares a joke while speaking at the IATA AGM

Industry leaders from around the world were given a chance to present their views at the AGM

In his closing address Al Baker calls for reform of aviation body SITA

Al Baker calls the conference to a close as Miami is unveiled as the next host

Pop princess Kylie Minogue closed the show

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See more images from the show in the Breaking Travel News image gallery or take a look at our video interviews here.



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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that Qatar Airways will host the 70th IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit. The event will draw the top leadership of the air transport industry to Doha in the State of Qatar from 1–3 June 2014.

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