ACI World has published an advisory bulletin offering guidance for airports on best practices for adapting operations and dealing with grounded aircraft.
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TIACA has once again emphasised the importance of the air cargo industry during the current COVID-19 pandemic, calling for urgent supportive measures.
As a result of travel restrictions and border controls, the COVID-19 pandemic has been estimated to eradicate 38.1 per cent of passenger traffic in 2020.
ACI data outlines that airports employ over 6.1 million people globally, and so have urged for financial measures to be implemented to protect airport jobs amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
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,
As efforts to facilitate the movement of cargo amidst the COVID-19 outbreak begin to achieve results, TIACA has called for governments to enable the smoother transportation of air cargo to help combat the health crisis.
TIACA has called for the air cargo industry’s voice to be heard fully by regulators and governments across the globe in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to drastically affect the global aviation industry, ACI World has called for industry collaboration to combat the impact of COVID-19.
ACI World estimates a loss of revenues of at least $4.3 billion following the COVID-19 outbreak, with the Asia-Pacific region and Europe suffering most.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Vaclav Rehor discusses how aviation must cooperate effectively to ensure a safe future for the industry.
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.
ACI World's Director General, Angela Gittens, emphasised the need for a diverse workforce within the industry, considering the significant gender gap.
Angela Gittens, ACI World Director General, has emphasised the need for investments to ensure the continued beneficial operation of airports worldwide.