Aviation Charges Intelligence Center

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IATA’s ACIC solution is the most comprehensive and up-to-date platform for aviation and aeronautical charges including worldwide airport, ATC, landing, passenger, fuel charges and government taxation.

Includes advanced reporting and charges analysis:

  • Calculation tool
  • Simulation tool
  • Benchmarking tool
  • Data feed

Updated daily, IATA’s Aviation Charges Intelligence Center is your primary source for accurate and detailed charges information, custom analysis and flexible comparisons of aviation charges. With granular breakdown of charges and taxes levied by some 900 airports and 218 states, ACIC meets your complete range of aviation charges analysis and reporting needs.

To order your license for ACIC, visit the IATA Online Store. To request a free one week trial, contact us at aviationchargesIC@iata.org.

For a complete overview of ACIC features and benefits visit www.iata.org/acic or watch the ACIC product demo here.

Latest Developments
Japan 12.11.2020
Airport / ANSP Charges: 6 month deferrals of payments of ATC charges (all airports) and landing / parking / security charges (Government managed airports only) without late payment penalty have been extended until March 2021.
Fiji 06.11.2020
Government Taxation: The Fijian Government has passed a bill that reduces the Airport Departure Tax from FJD 200 to FJD 100 per passenger effective for tickets issued on/after 7 August 2020, and it eliminates the 6% Service Turnover Tax.
India 06.11.2020
Government Taxation: For any delayed payment made between 20 March 2020 and 30 June 2020, a reduced rate of interest of 9% (current interest rate is 18%) will be charged. No late fee and penalty to be charged, if complied before 30 June 2020. Date for filing GST annual returns of FY 18-19, which is due on 31 March 2020 is extended until the last week of June 2020. Circular No. 137/07/2020-GST from the Ministry of Finance clarifies that taxpayers (including airlines) that receive advances for future services, and where they have excess GST input tax credits (e.g., where the GST paid on the purchase of local goods/services exceeds the GST charged on ticket issuances) may apply for a refund of the excess credit amount under “Excess payment of tax, if any” through FORM GST RFD-01. The Indian Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) has extended the GST exemption on export cargo services by air from 30 September 2020 to 30 September 2021.