TIACA and Pharma.Aero will work to develop global guidance for the air cargo industry in preparation for the arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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The roadmap will support ICAO states in applying the COVID-19 recovery measures outlined by the organisation's CART Report.
Celine Hourcade, TIACA’s Transition Director, details how TIACA’s transformation programme will help the organisation be more relevant, and therefore better support the air cargo sector.
14 May 2020 | By The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA)
Dedicated to supporting the recovery of aviation, Vladimir Zubkov, Secretary General at The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), will discuss innovative procedures available to protect the air cargo sector, and increase its resiliency in the future.
In this exclusive Q&A with International Airport Review, Vladimir Zubkov, Secretary General of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the global air cargo industry.
The air cargo community in Africa must formulate a recovery plan that will enable it to sustain the shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic; requiring a collaborative strategy between all stakeholders.
In an ICAO Council video conference, TIACA highlighted the need for closer collaboration in order to limit the impact of COVID-19 on the aviation sector.
TIACA has once again emphasised the importance of the air cargo industry during the current COVID-19 pandemic, calling for urgent supportive measures.
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.
As cargo throughput continues to grow significantly at the airport, the Hungarian hub will expand its handling capacity to further develop its role as the leading gateway in Central Eastern Europe.