The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched IATA ONE Source, an online platform that enables the air cargo industry to match shipping needs with the availability of infrastructure capabilities and certifications of service providers. During the COVID-19 crisis, shippers of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals need accurate information for time- and temperature-sensitive shipments. ONE Source lists the latest operational information on airlines, airports, cargo handling facilities, freight forwarders, ground handlers, shippers and trucking companies. All critical information contained on ONE Source has been verified by IATA to help ensure its accuracy. IATA ONE Source is free for all service providers across the air cargo supply chain.
“Air cargo has been essential in the global fight against COVID-19, transporting vital equipment and medicines to those who need them most. However, with over 3,500 differently sized cargo handling facilities worldwide, the industry until now has lacked visibility on the capacities and services these facilities can offer,” said Glyn Hughes, Global Head of Cargo at IATA. “The need for greater transparency is even more critical in the current context. ONE Source addresses this by providing a single reference point for up-to-date infrastructure and certification data, helping save time and keep air cargo moving.”
The ONE Source platform offers:
Single source of up-to-date certification and infrastructure data
Streamlined information per aviation service provider type allowing for direct capability comparison
ONE Source API providing a direct data feed to company systems.
Increased audit efficiency by complementing risk analysis data for a more accurate evaluation of auditing needs
Reduced audit complexity, focused on Unique Selling Points and security aspects
Details on IATA Certifications
The International Air Transport Association is a trade association of the world’s airlines founded in 1945. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 290 airlines or 82% of total air traffic. We support many areas of aviation activity and help formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.