The Canadian Airports Council has welcomed new details on government financial aid, but has stressed that the Canadian government must be prepared to take further action.
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IATA has called on the Canadian government to be prepared to progressively reconnect the country to the world as soon as it is safe to do so.
The new restrictions, on top of existing rules and requirements, are creating an even bleaker future outlook for Canadian airports.
The CAC has called on the Canadian government to implement a range of additional supportive relief measures as COVID-19 continues to drastically impact passenger numbers.
With COVID-19 quarantine measures severely halting the recovery of the Canadian aviation industry, IATA has called for the government to consider testing instead.
With the help of Innovative Travel Solutions, Vancouver Airport will update its border control solutions to be in line with the Canadian government's biometric requirements.
Construction, expected to start this year, will support about 400 jobs and is due to be completed in spring 2022.