ICAO, IATA and ACI Asia-Pacific are urging Middle Eastern governments to implement global guidance in order to ensure the safe restart of the region's aviation industry.
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As airports across the region implement ICAO COVID-19 recommendations, ACI Asia-Pacific has reported that the industry is ready to resume operations.
The two regions are both predicted to lose two billion passengers, which is 400 million more passengers than previously forecasted.
As airports across Asia-Pacific prepare to resume airport operations, ACI Asia-Pacific has called for support in approach to the post-COVID-19 period.
As part of International Airport Review's exclusive coronavirus roundtable, representatives from ACI Asia-Pacific, the Airport Operators Association, the Australian Airports Association and Tidal Basin discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on aviation, and what is being done by the sector in order to further prevent the spread of the virus.
ACI Asia-Pacific has urged governments to implement relief measures in order to protect airport jobs and aviation connectivity as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak,
In response to the drastic impact of COVID-19 on the aviation industry, ACI World has suggested five global policy measures to alleviate the shortfall.
Despite forecasts predicting $12.4 billion in revenue for Q1 in the Asia-Pacific region, the outbreak of COVID-19 is expected to cause a loss of $3 billion.
Following the coronavirus outbreak, ACI World has issued guidance for airports on dealing with disease transmissions and viral epidemics.
ACI Asia-Pacific states that changes to the airport charges regulatory framework must be finalised to benefit the Malaysian aviation industry.
At ACI Asia-Pacific/ World Annual General Assembly, Conference & Exhibition, hosted at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), we spoke to CK Ng, Executive Director of Airport Operations, and Steven Yiu, Deputy Director of Service Delivery from HKIA to discover how new digital initiatives will shape the future of airports and…
ACI Asia-Pacific has announced the results of the region’s Green Airports Recognition 2019, which recognises airports’ outstanding achievements in their environmental projects.
Hamad International Airport demonstrates commitment to sustainable practice with renewal of its ‘Optimisation’ status.
Green Airport Recognition awards by ACI Asia-Pacific are this year based around the theme of the of waste management to highlight the impact the aviation industry has upon the environment.
The smart security initiative, signed last Sunday, aims to bring specific and measurable improvements in security effectiveness, operational efficiency and passenger experience at airport security checkpoints through better use of technology, process innovation, and the use of risk-based security concepts.