IATA’s next annual meeting will be held in Delhi next year, IndiGo will host it

Dubai. Aviation company IndiGo will host the 81st Annual General Meeting of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in New Delhi in June 2025. IATA’s Annual General Meeting will be held in India after 42 years. The decision to host the 81st IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) in India was taken at the IATA Annual General Meeting held here. IATA’s Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit will be held in Delhi from June 8 to 10, 2025. India has previously hosted the Annual General Meeting in Delhi twice in 1958 and 1983.

Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said in a post on social media platform X that India will host the 81st IATA AGM and World Air Transport Summit in June 2025. Describing it as a proud moment for India, he said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the aviation sector has grown tremendously with record passenger numbers, development of world-class infrastructure, increased regional connectivity and historic aircraft orders.

He said, I am sure that this will provide a platform for national and international stakeholders to explore the Indian aviation market more and open new avenues for cooperation and sustainability. IATA is a global group of more than 330 airline companies including IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet and Vistara. IndiGo Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Peter Elbers said, “India is going to be the third largest economy in the next few years. It is leading the fourth industrial revolution with the use of artificial intelligence (AI). It is a moving nation. India’s expansion in the global aviation scenario has been remarkable in the last few years.

IATA Director General Willie Walsh said it has been more than four decades since the industry has come together for the IATA AGM in Delhi. He said, “With record aircraft contracts, impressive growth and the development of world-class infrastructure, India is on track to become the world’s third largest aviation market this decade.

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