IATP is a convention of Airlines sharing Technical Resources
to generate economic savings and support
on time dispatch reliability and operational safety

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Why Join IATP?


IATP represents a unique tool for Cost Saving, AOG Resolution, Operations Simplification, Technical Updates and Networking. More details about each type of pooling below.

  • Parts
  • Line Maintenance
  • Aircraft Recovery
  • Equipment

Benefits


  • Savings
  • Passengers
  • Operations


      • Easy way to exchange Services with local airlines
      • 2 Annual Conferences allowing contract negotiations with numerous customers and providers thus saving costs
      • Recognized by the Leading Airlines Organization as the largest worldwide network of Line Maintenance
      • Assistance with lifting station restrictions
      • On Site Technical Certified staff assistance - based on L/M Agreement
      • Standard contract forms based on IATA SGHA
      • Easy access to worldwide line maintenance capabilities
    • Worldwide presence: 81 pooling participants in 890 stations, in growing phase
    • Added value provided by personal knowledge of counterparts
      • AOG contact details of more than 130 Airlines & service providers
      • Airlines and providers advertise their maintenance capabilities at the various stations
      • On Line Administration, Documentation, and IATP Forms
      • General information about IATP
      • Web-based e-learning modules
      • Extremely convenient in case of disabled aircraft recovery
      • Usability due to pools worldwide distribution & concept
      • Trained engineers reduce the risk of Secondary Damages
    • Kits could recover any type of Aircraft Worldwide up to and Including an A380
      • Fair Fees Structure based on annual landings and participated kits
      • Free Use of the kit up to 10 days
      • Convenient rates compared to non-IATP member
    • Recognition of IATP Participation by airport authorities
      • AOG contact details of more than 130 Airlines & service providers
      • Simplified Pooling Contract
      • Seasonal Invoice elaborated by IATP and processed through ICH
      • On Line Administration, Documentation, and IATP Forms
      • General information about IATP
      • Web-based e-learning modules
      • The local Airline or technical handling company could provide the Tools or Equipment at station any number of times as per the pooling agreement existing with the pooling participant
      • Do not pay fees for usage at station even if tool used for number of times during the pool season (except the seasonal pool participation cost)
      • Quick problem solution
      • On-site technician certified to use the tool could be used in case of an existing line maintenance agreement
    • Worldwide presence: 123 providers in 86 stations and a total of 248 participants and 167 pool items
    • Cost avoidance on Assets Investment and minimize stock obsolescence when aircraft type phase out
      • Pooling participation fees USD 950 per year (plus participated pools) paid in 2 seasons
      • Pool participating fees based on total number of participants & additional revenue to Pool Provider
      • Annual fees of USD 4,300 plus pooling participation fees
      • AOG contact details of more than 130 Airlines & service providers
      • On time broadcast for equipment information
      • Simplified Pooling Contract: one click!
      • Seasonal Invoice elaborated by IATP and processed through ICH
      • On Line Administration, Documentation, and IATP Forms
      • General information about IATP
      • Web-based e-learning modules

Events



The IATP Semi-annual Conference offers a multitude of events that allow attendees to connect with over 100 airlines from around the world. This unique venue gives you the opportunity to conduct your pooling business – whether it’s spare parts or line maintenance – in the most efficient manner while allowing you to share your industry knowledge, network, reunite with colleagues, and much more!

Upcoming Events



122nd IATP Conference

Goes virtual!

October 12 – 14, 2020

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The current worldwide health crisis and economic situation are continuously evolving. The health, safety and well-being of our delegates remain our priority; therefore, the 122nd IATP Conference will be going virtual.

The event platform, including the online meetings scheduler, will be available shortly to start establishing your agenda for the webinars and fixing your virtual appointments during the conference days (October 12 – 14, 2020).

The registration will be open until the 24th of September, don’t miss the deadline!




Aerologic (3S)

Sichuan Airlines (3U)

ASL Airlines Belgium (3V)

United Parcel Service (5X)

Atlas Air (5Y)

TUIfly Nordic (6B)

Jeju Air (7C)

Spring Airlines (9C)

Aegean Airlines SA (A3)

American Airlines (AA)

Air Canada (AC)

Air France (AF)

Air India (AI)

Aeromexico (AM)

Aerolineas Argentinas (AR)

Royal Air Maroc (AT)

Avianca (AV)

Finnair (AY)

Alitalia (AZ)

British Airways (BA)

Biman Bangladesh Airlines LTD. (BG)

Royal Brunei Airlines (BI)

Eva Airways (BR)

Caribbean Airlines (BW)

TUI Airways (BY)

Air China (CA)

Air Atlanta Icelandic (CC)

China Airlines (CI)

Cargolux (CV)

Cathay Pacific Airways (CX)

China Southern Airlines (CZ)

Condor Flugienst GmbH (DE)

Delta Air Lines (DL)

TAAG Angola Airlines (DT)

Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY)

Aer Lingus (EI)

Emirates Airlines (EK)

Ethiopian Airlines (ET)

Etihad Airways (EY)

Icelandair (FI)

Rossiya Airlines (FV)

Federal Express (FX)

Flydubai (FZ)

GOL Linhas Aereas S.A. (G3)

Garuda Indonesia (GA)

Gulf Air (GF)

Hawaiian Airlines (HA)

Juneyao Airlines (HO)

Hainan Airlines (HU)

Hong Kong Airlines (HX)

Iberia, Lineas Aereas De Espana, S.A. Operadora (IB)

Yemen Airways (IY)

Japan Airlines (JL)

Air Serbia (JU)

Starlux Airlines CO., LTD (JX)

Air Astana (KC)

Korean Air (KE)

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL)

Air Malta (KM)

Kenya Airways (KQ)

Kuwait Airways (KU)

Nippon Cargo Airlines (KZ)

Latam Airlines (LA)

Luxair (LG)

Lufthansa (LH)

Libyan Airlines (LN)

Lot Polish Airlines (LO)

Swiss International Airlines (LX)

El Al Israel Airlines (LY)

Middle East Airlines (ME)

Xiamen Airlines (MF)

Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MH)

Air Mauritius (MK)

Peach Aviation Ltd. (MM)

Egyptair (MS)

China Eastern Airlines (MU)

All Nippon Airways (NH)

Neos Air (NO)

Air Macau (NX)

Air New Zealand (NZ)

Czech Airlines (OK)

MIAT-Mongolian Airlines (OM)

Austrian Airlines (OS)

Asiana Airlines (OZ)

Pegasus Airlines (PC)

Pakistan International Airlines (PK)

Polar Air Cargo Worldwide (PO)

Philippine Airlines (PR)

Ukraine International Airlines (PS)

Qantas Airways (QF)

Qatar Airways (QR)

Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ)

Tarom Romanian Air Transport (RO)

Airbridgecargo Airlines (RU)

South African Airways (SA)

Scandinavian Airlines System (SK)

Brussels Airlines (SN)

Singapore Airlines (SQ)

Aeroflot - Russian Airlines (SU)

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV)

Air Namibia (SW)

Thai Airways (TG)

Turkish Airlines (TK)

TAP Portugal (TP)

Air Transat (TS)

Tunis Air (TU)

United Airlines (UA)

Air Vistara (UK)

Srilankan Airlines (UL)

Hong Kong Express Airways (UO)

Vietnam Airlines (VN)

Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS)

WestJet (WS)

Oman Air (WY)

TUIfly GmbH (X3)

Flynas (XY)

Zipair (ZG)

Shenzhen Airlines (ZH)

Aegean Airlines SA (A3)

Aer Lingus (EI)

Aerolineas Argentinas (AR)

Aeroflot - Russian Airlines (SU)

Aerologic (3S)

Aeromexico (AM)

Air Astana (KC)

Air Atlanta Icelandic (CC)

Air Canada (AC)

Air China (CA)

Air France (AF)

Air India (AI)

Air Macau (NX)

Air Malta (KM)

Air Mauritius (MK)

Air Namibia (SW)

Air New Zealand (NZ)

Air Serbia (JU)

Air Transat (TS)

Air Vistara (UK)

Airbridgecargo Airlines (RU)

Alitalia (AZ)

All Nippon Airways (NH)

American Airlines (AA)

Asiana Airlines (OZ)

ASL Airlines Belgium (3V)

Atlas Air (5Y)

Austrian Airlines (OS)

Avianca (AV)

Biman Bangladesh Airlines LTD. (BG)

British Airways (BA)

Brussels Airlines (SN)

Cargolux (CV)

Caribbean Airlines (BW)

Cathay Pacific Airways (CX)

China Airlines (CI)

China Eastern Airlines (MU)

China Southern Airlines (CZ)

Condor Flugienst GmbH (DE)

Czech Airlines (OK)

Delta Air Lines (DL)

Egyptair (MS)

El Al Israel Airlines (LY)

Emirates Airlines (EK)

Ethiopian Airlines (ET)

Etihad Airways (EY)

Eva Airways (BR)

Federal Express (FX)

Finnair (AY)

Flydubai (FZ)

Flynas (XY)

Garuda Indonesia (GA)

GOL Linhas Aereas S.A. (G3)

Gulf Air (GF)

Hainan Airlines (HU)

Hawaiian Airlines (HA)

Hong Kong Airlines (HX)

Hong Kong Express Airways (UO)

Iberia, Lineas Aereas De Espana, S.A. Operadora (IB)

Icelandair (FI)

Japan Airlines (JL)

Jeju Air (7C)

Juneyao Airlines (HO)

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL)

Kenya Airways (KQ)

Korean Air (KE)

Kuwait Airways (KU)

Latam Airlines (LA)

Libyan Airlines (LN)

Lot Polish Airlines (LO)

Lufthansa (LH)

Luxair (LG)

Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MH)

MIAT-Mongolian Airlines (OM)

Middle East Airlines (ME)

Neos Air (NO)

Nippon Cargo Airlines (KZ)

Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY)

Oman Air (WY)

Pakistan International Airlines (PK)

Peach Aviation Ltd. (MM)

Pegasus Airlines (PC)

Philippine Airlines (PR)

Polar Air Cargo Worldwide (PO)

Qantas Airways (QF)

Qatar Airways (QR)

Rossiya Airlines (FV)

Royal Air Maroc (AT)

Royal Brunei Airlines (BI)

Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ)

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV)

Scandinavian Airlines System (SK)

Shenzhen Airlines (ZH)

Sichuan Airlines (3U)

Singapore Airlines (SQ)

South African Airways (SA)

Spring Airlines (9C)

Srilankan Airlines (UL)

Starlux Airlines CO., LTD (JX)

Swiss International Airlines (LX)

TUIfly GmbH (X3)

TUIfly Nordic (6B)

TAAG Angola Airlines (DT)

TAP Portugal (TP)

Tarom Romanian Air Transport (RO)

Thai Airways (TG)

TUI Airways (BY)

Tunis Air (TU)

Turkish Airlines (TK)

Ukraine International Airlines (PS)

United Airlines (UA)

United Parcel Service (5X)

Vietnam Airlines (VN)

Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS)

WestJet (WS)

Xiamen Airlines (MF)

Yemen Airways (IY)

Zipair (ZG)


How to become a Member Airline


An Airline may be eligible to become member of the IATP if:

  1. It is an IATA member or performs scheduled air services for the public transport of passengers, mail, or cargo.
  2. It is fit, willing and able to act as Provider at not less than one station in respect of each group in which it wishes to participate.
  3. It has familiarized itself with the procedures and practices of pooling.
  4. At stations within its own country the pooling of technical facilities or services under this Agreement is not in any way restricted or prohibited.

If an airline satisfies the conditions above and wishes to join the organization the following procedures are to be followed:

  1. All decisions concerning the admission of new parties shall be taken at a Consolidated Meeting.
  2. The applicant shall submit a Letter of Application and a Standard Application Form (see Annex "A") to the Board of Directors Membership Coordinator. Full documentation must be received at least 60 days prior the start of the Consolidated Meeting for the season in which the airline desires to be admitted.
  3. The Board of Directors Membership Coordinator, having ascertained that the form has been fully completed, shall send a copy thereof to all parties.

The applicant shall be admitted as a party to this Agreement when: 90% of the members present at the Consolidated Meeting (whether in person or by proxy) vote to accept the applicant as a member of IATP and The applicant has executed and lodged with the Custodian a counterpart of this Agreement.


A party to this Agreement may become a member of any pool group upon receiving the approval of the members of that group. A standard Application Form shall first be submitted to the group chairman (unless such form has already been submitted in respect of that group under the foregoing provisions of this Article) and the chairman shall send a copy to each group member. The applicant shall become a member of the group upon receiving the approval of 90% of the members of the group present at the meeting (whether in person or by proxy) at which the vote is taken.

Aersale Inc. (AER)

Airbus (AIB)

AJ Walter Aviation (AJW)

Altitude Global Limited (AGL)

Ameco - Beijing (AME)

Aviation Concepts Inc. (ACI)

Avtrade (AVT)

AWAC Technics (AWC)

BAE Systems (BAE)

Boeing (BOE)

CASL - China Aircraft Services LTD (CAS)

Collins Aerospace (CLN)

DASI (DAS)

Delta Material Services, LLC (DMS)

Direct Maintenance (DMX)

Fokker Services B.V. (AAI)

GA Telesis LLC (GAT)

GAMECO (GAM)

Global Airtech (GAI)

Haeco Hong Kong (HAE)

Haeco Xiamen (TAE)

Illuminair Support Corp. (ISC)

Jas Aero Engineering Services (JAE)

Lufthansa Technik (LHT)

Mach 2 Maintenance (M2M)

MNX Global Logistics (MNX)

Nayak Aircraft Services (NAY)

Perform Air International (PAI)

PT GMF AeroAsia (GMF)

Sabena Aerospace (SNA)

Safe Fuel Systems (SFS)

SIA Engineering Company (SEC)

Sky Mart Sales Corp (SMS)

SR Technics (SRT)

ST Engineering Aerospace Ltd. (STE)

Sterling Courier (SCS)

Storm Aviation Limited (SAL)

Thales Avionics Inc. (TAV)

Worthington Aviation (WAV)


How to become an Associate Member



A supplier shall be eligible to become an IATP Associate Member, at the discretion of the IATP Board of Directors, if:

  1. The supplier is a provider of goods or services to the aviation industry and particularly to the IATP membership in any of the following areas:
    • Spares pooling (Supplier provided parts)
    • Component, engine or airframe repair and overhaul
    • Ground handling
    • Technical services
    • Training
    • Logistics
    • Transportation services
    and shall not be a holder of an Air Carrier Operations Certificate and/or not operating as an airline.
  2. The supplier holds the appropriate government certifications and licenses for the goods or services supplied.
  3. The supplier has attended five (5) IATP member airline conference out of the last consecutive seven (7) prior to application submission and attended the Supplier training session on Associate Membership and the Introduction to IATP session during that conference.
  4. The supplier has provided a letter of recommendation from an IATP member airline on that airline’s letterhead.
  5. The supplier has been recommended for membership by the IATP Supplier Services Committee (SSC) based upon the value the applicant brings to IATP Member Airlines and upon the requirements of those same members.
  6. There is still room for the area the supplier is providing their services, this to avoid high concentration in particular business areas; applications received in excess will be kept on file.

News


Apr. 1st, 2020 - In Nashville, USA, 2 Airline Members and 2 Associate Members joined IATP

During the 121st IATP Conference Opening session, 2 Airline Members – GOL Linhas Aéreas (G3) and Starlux Airlines (JX) – and two Associate Members – Altitude Global and Delta Material Services (DMS) – joined the organization. We warmly welcome them!

Nov. 1st, 2019 - In Rome, Italy, 4 Airline Members and 2 Associate Members joined IATP

During the 120th IATP Conference Opening session, 4 Airline Members - Juneyao Airlines (HO), Air Vistara (UK), Flynas (XY), and Zipair (ZG) - and two Associate Members - DASI and GAMECO - joined the organization. We warmly welcome them!

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