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.
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John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia, New York Stewart International and Teterboro Airports have received the accreditation.
The manual will help to move the industry beyond measures such as quarantine as it provides guidance for countries in implementing COVID-19 testing programmes.
Christchurch Airport has become the first airport in the Asia-Pacific region and in the world to reach the Level 4 Transformation.
ACI World's new proposed audit programme, to be delivered in partnership with Bureau Veritas, will support the airport industry's recovery from COVID-19.
Groupe ADP's airports in Paris, Madagascar, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, India and Croatia, among others, have been awarded the ACI accreditation.
ACI World has called on airports to keep climate mitigation, adaptation and resilience as key parts of their strategies and recovery plans.
ACI has adopted the resolution to support recovery by urging airports to implement best practices for the accommodation of health measures in accordance with global and regional guidance.
The programme has been piloted in Brazil but has several other countries already lined up, with plans to expand the number of languages offered for each course.
Over 1,000 participants registered for International Airport Review's webinar on 28 October 2020, which looked at how the NEXTT Vision for the future of air transport will change in light of COVID-19.
The new handbook promotes better understanding of how to prioritise security risks.
ACI World's ASQ Global Traveller Survey found that the recovery of passenger volumes is dependent on a multitude of factors.
The two aviation bodies have outlined that implementing an internationally agreed approach to testing will support the recovery of air travel.
For the first half of 2020, worldwide airport passenger numbers decreased by 58.4 per cent when compared to the same period in 2019, with international passenger traffic hit the hardest, recording a 64.5 per cent drop.