International associations

International Hotel and Restaurant Association

EU

The IH&RA is an international trade association exclusively devoted to promoting and defending the interests of the hotel and restaurant industry worldwide.

IHRA
51, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Paris
75001
+33 (0) 1 44 88 92 20

International Union of Railways

EU

UIC is the worldwide organization for railway cooperation. It is active in all the fields involved in developing rail transport.

UIC
16, rue Jean Rey
Paris
F-75015
+33 (0) 1 44 49 20 20

International Touring Alliance / Alliance Internationale de Tourisme

EU

The Alliance Internationale de Tourisme (AIT) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization representing the interests of national automobile associations and touring clubs. Established in 1898 in Luxembourg by seventeen clubs from Europe and America it started as the first international organization of tourists. Today AIT became a world-wide federation of touring clubs and automobile associations. It´s mission is to promote safe travel and freedom of personal mobility around the globe.

AIT
Chemin de Blandonnet 2
P.O. Box 111
Geneva
1215 15
+ 41 22 544 45 00

Federation Internationale De L’Automobile

EU

Since its birth in 1904, the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile, the FIA, has been dedicated to representing the interests of motoring organizations and motor car users throughout the world. It is also the governing body of motor sport worldwide.

This combination of road and track gives the FIA a unique responsibility as an independent world body concerned with a wide range of automotive, motoring and mobility issues.

FIA
8, Place de la Concorde
Paris
75008
+33 1 43 12 44 55

International Association of Tour Managers

EU

The IATM main goal is to promote and maintain the highest standards of competence, integrity and professional conduct on the part of all Tour Managers and to promote, protect and improve the welfare and status of Tour Managers.

IATM
397 Walworth Road
London
SE17 2AW
+44 (020) 7703 9154

International Road Transport Union

EU

The International Road Transport Union assists bus and coach as well as taxi and truck operators throughout the world and briefs them on developments affecting their business. Through its national associations on every continent, the IRU speaks for the entire road transport industry.

IRU
3, rue de Varembé
PO Box 44
Geneva
1211 20
+41 (22) 918 27 00
iru@iru.org

Universal Federation of Travel Agents Association

Organization

The Universal Federation of Travel Agents Association (UFTAA) is a federation of national associations of travel agents and tour operators and is the largest world body representing the travel industry. The Universal Federation of Travel Agents Association represents 114 National Associations and additional Affiliate members in a total of 121 countries. UFTAA has consultative status with the UN/NGO/ECOSOC, and works closely with other world bodies such as UNESCO, WHO for a sustainable development and responsible tourism.

UFTAA
1, avenue des Castelans
Stade
Louis II
98000
+377 (92) 05 29 87
Uftaamc@tekworld.mc
375-T

World Intellectual Property Organization

Organization
WIPO
34, chemin des Colombettes
Geneva
+022 338-9547
publicinf@wipo.int
2073-T

Alliance Internationale de Tourisme

Organization

The Alliance Internationale de Tourisme (AIT) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization representing the interests of European and American automobile associations and touring clubs. Established in 1898 in Luxembourg by seventeen clubs from Europe and America it was the first international organization of tourists. Today AIT is a world-wide federation of touring clubs and automobile associations whose mission is to promote travel safety and personal mobility throughout the world.

AIT
Chemin de Blandonnet 2 <br><br> P.O. Box 111 1215 Geneva 15
+41 22 544 45 00

International Air Transport Association

Organization

While the Air Transport Association sets the standards and rules of U.S. domestic airlines, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) sets standards between nations. IATA’s main function is the economic regulation of international air transportation, in particular international rates and fares that are subject to unanimous resolutions of the carriers, provided that the countries do not object.

IATA
Head Office
800 Place Victoria
PO Box 113
Montreal
Quebec
H4Z 1M1
+1 (514) 874-0202
information@iata.org
113-T

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