The strategy will work to support the aviation industry's recovery by limiting travellers' required self-isolation period upon entering England after travelling to countries not featured on the UK government’s travel corridor list.
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AOA has outlined a package of support measures to help airports through the challenging winter months and is calling on the UK government to deliver them.
The UK government will adapt the existing country-based approach to travel corridors by separating some islands from mainland countries.
The re-introduction of a blanket quarantine measure is the wrong approach and risks further damaging the fragile re-start of the UK aviation sector.
The AOA requests a year-long relief from business rates for all airports in England and Wales, to come into effect as soon as practical.
The ‘Travel Safe’ advice, which is aligned with UK government guidelines and supported by the Aviation Minister, should be used across UK airports.
With UK aviation job losses expected to exceed 110,000 as a result of COVID-19, the Airport Operators Association has called on the UK government to implement new supportive measures.
ACI Europe's commitments and recommendations focus on the safe resumption of European aviation as COVID-19 travel restrictions begin to ease.
The council will be dedicated to making net-zero carbon emission flights a reality, with the aim of achieving the goal within a generation.
Based on scientific advice and industry collaboration, the new guidance aims to encourage the quick resumption of the UK aviation industry as soon as it is deemed safe to do so.
A letter signed by a number of airline and airport CEOs opposes the government's introduction of a 14-day period of quarantine.
Chief Executive of Airport Operators Association has created a list of measures that the UK aviation industry requires from the government if it is to remain resilient.
The increasing number of manned or unmanned aircraft operating simultaneously within urban areas will require entirely new approaches to air traffic management.
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.