With COVID-19 quarantine measures severely halting the recovery of the Canadian aviation industry, IATA has called for the government to consider testing instead.
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Hong Kong International Airport has become one of the first in the Asia-Pacific region to be awarded the airport health accreditation.
After implementing a wide range of COVID-19 health and safety measures, Toronto Pearson Airport has been awarded the ACI accreditation.
The accreditation highlights Venice and Quito Airports' efforts in protecting the health safety of passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An optimistic mindset, a positive outlook, a never-say-die attitude and perseverance will take us through this crisis, as this resilient industry did post 9/11, says Inderjit Singh, ICAO Airport Consultant and former CEO of Indira Gandhi International Airport.
ACI World's new Check & Fly app will work to increase passenger confidence in the aviation industry’s focus on health and welfare.
ICAO has provided its support to the airport health programme and has already gathered interest from airports across the world.
The new CASA safety requirements include changes to runway markings and lighting, as well as new risk-based inspection requirements.
With a coordinated and consistent global approach to COVID-19, BARIG has said that passenger confidence in travelling will be restored.
In ACI and ICAO’s global management accreditation programme, support is given to the next generation of aviation leaders through a virtual classroom.
The roadmap will support ICAO states in applying the COVID-19 recovery measures outlined by the organisation's CART Report.
Pierre Charbonneau, Director – Passenger at IATA, offers an insight into the various projects that are being worked on to secure a seamless airport experience.
The programme will work to assess the new COVID-19 airport health measures currently being implemented and restore confidence in passengers about their safety when travelling.
The new training, in accordance with ICAO CART recommendations, will work to enable the safe and secure restart of air operations post-COVID-19.