After nine years as director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Giovanni Bisignani, 64, is leaving center stage. The IATA annual general assembly is expected to elect Cathay Pacific CEO Tony Tyler as his successor. In an interview with International Air Transport Editor Jens Flottau in Geneva, Bisignani reflected on his reign at the association and the state of the industry. AW&ST: What's next for you after IATA? Bisignani: I will be ...


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