The internal Corporate Services division remains under the leadership of Ayaz Hussein, IATA’s Chief Financial Officer.
Tyler launched a strategy review shortly after assuming the position of Director General and CEO in July 2011. This confirmed IATA’s mission to represent, lead and serve the airline industry. And it focused the association’s efforts on a vision to be the force for value creation and innovation driving a safe, secure and profitable air transport industry that sustainably connects and enriches our world.
This restructuring will enable IATA to meet these aspirations without redundancies or downsizing of the organization. The changes in divisions and regions do not impact or alter IATA’s governance processes.
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