Under a new traffic light system, countries will be designated one of three risk levels as part of the UK government's efforts to restart international travel.
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There are a multitude of regulations and legislation that impact the aviation industry. These can be focused on safety, workforce needs, the legal requirements of connecting countries, and more.
As new risks begin to threaten airports, new regulations come into play to protect the aerodrome environment and its inhabitants.
With multiple aviation authorities working within the industry, regs and legs are being continuously reviewed. Within this section of International Airport Review we hope to keep you up to date on the most recent amendments and rules.
Manchester Airports Group’s Diane Jackson describes how the CAST has been established to be the ‘leading body for the aerodrome safeguarding community’ and aims to make crucial links between policymakers, legislators and implementors.
Heathrow has submitted its plan - a dynamic four-tier system that applies differing controls for differing country risk levels - to the UK government's Global Travel Taskforce.
Regional coordination during the development of restart plans for the Middle Eastern aviation industry will allow governments to ensure that the plans can be efficiently implemented as soon as possible.
After the announcement on 24 November 2020 that de Juniac would be stepping down, Walsh has now officially assumed the role of IATA's Director General.
In order to fulfil the necessary COVID-19 testing requirements prior to travel, IATA has called for rapid antigen testing to be considered an acceptable option for passengers, in addition to PCR tests.
29 March 2021 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
As a joint initiative of ACI and IATA, NEXTT (New Experience Travel Technologies) creates a shared vision for the future of travel. In our previous webinars, we reconfirmed the validity of the concepts under NEXTT in a Covid and post-pandemic environment and learned from our industry experts how they turned the concepts into…
As part of its efforts to build back better from the pandemic and improve connectivity, the UK government has set out a range of measures for the UK’s aviation and transportation network.
In the most recent instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Marius Gelžinis, CEO of Lithuanian Airports, is optimistic of the sector’s recovery post-COVID-19 as he evaluates the balance of passengers’ needs and desire to travel, while keeping safety as the highest priority.
Gary Cutts, Challenge Director of the UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Future Flight Challenge, spoke to International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, Leah Hockley, about the purpose of the challenge and how it is working to encourage innovation within the industry, as well as the importance of the development of future…
The package includes a range of new measures for the Australian aviation and tourism sectors, including half-price airfares and an aviation workforce support programme.
Partly funded by the Department for Transport, the City of Derry to Stansted route provides critical connectivity between Northern Ireland and London, subsequently boosting the region’s economy.
Sydney Airport has welcomed the three-step plan released by the Business Council of Australia to lift the restrictions that are in place across Australia, which works in tandem with the country's vaccine programme.
The Canadian Airports Council has called on the Government of Canada to increase its support for the country's aviation sector in order to avoid the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic being permanent.
To mark International Women's Day 2021, ICAO has made concrete commitments to improve its gender representation, including in its language use, official communications and access to Council-level responsibilities.