Reflecting on the impact of the pandemic over the course of 2020, Tampa Airport is optimistic for the future and aviation's recovery.
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During their webinar on 10 February 2020, Eurofins discussed its full suite of end-to-end solutions, which can be customised for each unique site.
Restoring passenger confidence in air travel will be imperative to the survival of the aviation industry post-COVID-19. Albany International Airport spoke to International Airport Review’s Leah Hockley about the digital approach that they believe will be key in achieving this objective.
A runway back to flight: Eurofins’ [email protected] delivers robust, end-to-end solutions to return airports to full operation
To get the world flying again, airports need a comprehensive action plan that addresses every aspect of air travel. During their webinar, which takes place on 10 February 2021, Eurofins will explore how their solutions can enable airports to resume full operations and welcome back their passengers.
As of 26 January 2021, the CDC will require all passengers entering the U.S. to provide proof of their negative COVID-19 test result or provide documentation of having recovered from the virus.
Nashville International Airport has an extensive array of initiatives dedicated to enriching its passengers’ experience. Although the global pandemic has postponed some of these activities, the airport informed International Airport Review of how the journey at Nashville is above the rest.
Measures implemented at San Francisco Airport to ensure health safety and achieve the accreditation include onsite rapid COVID-19 testing and enhanced cleaning measures.
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.
ICAO's new manual will work to help countries assess their overall air transport public health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is now offering ticketed passengers the opportunity to purchase a COVID-19 PCR lab test up to 72 hours prior to travel.
Moving away from enhanced entry health screening, resources will instead be dedicated to more effective mitigation efforts for the individual passenger.
The new technology will enable JFKIAT’s operations team to monitor passenger social distancing and overcrowding throughout the terminal as part of its COVID-19 response.
By introducing new thermal camera technology, LAX Airport will be able to rapidly identify people with a potential fever, a main symptom of COVID-19.
Tory Richardson, President and CEO of Gerald R. Ford Airport, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the airport and how its new “Fly Safe, Fly Ford” campaign will work to restore passenger confidence.