The airport is considering the introduction of Forecourt Access Charges in order to prevent a car-led airport recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The investment into Hong Kong International Airport's airport city development will serve to increase capacity, whilst transforming it into a landmark in its own right and driving the economic development of the surrounding area.
The opening of the facility at Stansted is part of Manchester Airports Group's efforts to support the resumption of air travel amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority awarded Glasgow Airport with the rating for the second consecutive year as a result of its efforts in supporting PRMs.
Following new guidelines being published by the EASA and ECDC, European aviation associations have called for an end to quarantine measures due to being proven as ineffective.
The new guidelines outline that travellers should be treated in the same way as members of the local population who have not had any direct contact to a person infected with COVID-19.
Following a three-day audit, Skytrax awarded Hamad International Airport with the highest airport COVID-19 safety rating.
By temporarily adopting more flexible airport slot rules as quickly as possible, governments can help to preserve essential air transport connectivity.
Heathrow will have access to the testing data collected by four of its airlines for its pre-departure testing trials. The information will be used to evaluate whether pre-departure testing is robust and safe enough to replace quarantine.
The pandemic has had a drastic impact on connectivity, with IATA’s Senior Vice President for Member External Relations stressing that "there are no winners, just some players that suffered fewer injuries."
By utilising Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), DB Schenker and Lufthansa Cargo have operated commercial aviation's first carbon-neutral freight flight.
The partnership will support the world’s airports in planning for summer 2021, ensuring that they continue to provide the economic and social benefits to the communities that they serve.
Currently SAF is on average between two to four times more expensive than fossil fuels with current global production of about 100 million litres a year which is just 0.1 per cent of the total amount of aviation fuel consumed by the industry.
Despite Estonia and Latvia being removed, a number of Pacific Islands, Bhutan, Timor-Leste, Mongolia and Aruba have been added to the UK government's travel corridors list.
By developing the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, the airport will be able to better serve international visitors and Victorian residents.