Christchurch Airport has become the first airport in the Asia-Pacific region and in the world to reach the Level 4 Transformation.
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The partnership has brought together airlines, ANSPs, ACI Europe and EUROCONTROL to effectively coordinate the modernisation of European ATM.
The commitment follows the publication of analysis that details ways that aviation can recover sustainably and more resiliently from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to severely impact the European airports network, with passenger traffic currently down by 81 per cent.
ACI Europe has called on the European Commission to urgently adopt an EU Recovery Framework for Aviation and for governmental support.
As part of the EU strategy to support the aviation industry in the wake of COVID-19, Airports Council International Europe and the European Travel Retail Confederation are calling on the European Union to review current legislation to allow passengers travelling from third countries to buy duty and tax free shopping…
ACI EUROPE has warned that an estimated 193 airports face insolvency in the coming months if passenger traffic does not start to recover by the year end.
Among the first airports in the world to receive ACI’s health accreditation, Bologna Airport verifies the quality of its health measures in the battle against COVID-19.
The Airport Health Accreditation programme assesses new health measures and procedures that have been introduced as a result of COVID-19.
A letter, sent from ACI EUROPE, Airlines for Europe (A4E) and IATA to governments across the global, criticises the new restrictions relating to selected countries.
Regulators and airport operators have joined forces to promote open architecture in airport security systems.
Through the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, 300 airports continue to work towards making positive contributions to limiting climate change.
ACI EUROPE’s President, Jost Lammers, said: “One-sided financial aid to airlines creates massive imbalances.”
As the airport trade body publishes guidelines on passenger experience, ACI Europe and EASA signed an agreement on aviation’s recovery.
With only marginal traffic increases reported in June, a full recovery in passenger traffic to 2019 levels is now expected for 2024.