With passenger declines of well above 70 per cent and 60 per cent for the Middle East and Asia-Pacific, respectively, ACI Asia-Pacific is calling for more consistent recovery support measures.
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Christchurch Airport has become the first airport in the Asia-Pacific region and in the world to reach the Level 4 Transformation.
The introduction of the air travel bubble for quarantine-free travel between Hong Kong and Singapore has been outlined as a positive and important first step to travel recovery.
Adani Group's Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Mangaluru International Airports will now benefit from ACI Asia-Pacific's wide-ranging portfolio.
Oman Airports' efforts to protect passenger health during the COVID-19 pandemic has led Muscat to be the first airport in the region to receive the globally-recognised accreditation.
The Airport Health Accreditation highlights Incheon Airport's efforts to keep passengers safe amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
By replacing quarantine with testing and contact tracing protocols, ACI Asia-Pacific outlines that the aviation industry will be able to recover quicker.
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.
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.