Financial assistance and relief is needed to safeguard essential operations and protect millions of jobs generated by the airport industry.
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Airlines and airport operators should be included in the discussions to assess the practicalities of implementing public health measures.
The Smart Security vision aims to deliver effective security throughout the passenger journey, resulting in the ability to move away from a one-size-fits-all approach.
Angela Gittens, Director General of ACI World, details how COVID-19 has impacted airport business, and the recovery measures available to the industry.
ACI and IATA emphasise that for the aviation industry to recover efficiently, global coordination and measures driven by data and evidence are required.
A coordinated programme of COVID-19 relief measures is imperative to safeguard aviation as the industry plans a recovery roadmap.
RC Raman, Manager of Airport Safety and Operations at ACI World, provides an overview on the evolution of remote digital towers.
The forecasts of prolonged impacts of COVID-19 have resulted in worsening predictions for traffic and revenue losses for airports across all regions.
The two regions are both predicted to lose two billion passengers, which is 400 million more passengers than previously forecasted.
1 May 2020 | By International Airport Review
As aviation begins recovery post COVID-19, minimising costs wherever possible within airport operations will be imperative to the bounce-back of airports.
Two leading aviation associations have together said financial relief will be imperative in assisting the industry to lay foundation for a balanced recovery.
The increasing number of manned or unmanned aircraft operating simultaneously within urban areas will require entirely new approaches to air traffic management.
Angela Gittens, Director General of ACI World, on the topic of COVID-19 and post-pandemic recovery, exclusively answers questions posed during a live industry briefing.