By making aviation personnel designated key workers, ICAO has outlined that essential global air trade capacities will be better maintained.
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In order to successfully recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, ICAO has stressed the importance of international cooperation for America and Caribbean.
As people become less inclined to travel as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, ICAO estimates outline a drop of as much as two-thirds in passenger traffic by the end of Q3 in 2020.
UNHAS is now benefitting from ICAO assistance in delivering reliable and effective passenger and light cargo transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A statement made by G20 leaders regarding the importance of a global response to the COVID-19 crisis has been welcomed by ICAO Council leaders.
The ICAO Council has highlighted the importance of the aviation industry and air transport to the post-coronavirus crisis global economic recovery.
Giorgio Buffa, Manager of Operations at Hamad International Airport, discusses his research into how the aviation sector should develop an industry-specific framework for evaluating sustainability performances.
Quito Airport has become the first international airport in the entire Latin American and Caribbean region to achieve carbon neutrality.
ICAO highlights the necessity of advanced passenger information and passenger name record in a bid to limit the movement of potentially dangerous people.
Biometrics have been integral to reducing queues at airports, and increasing the passenger experience, but is the use of biometrics always ethical?
The Danish aviation industry will work together and come up with a climate initiative, which is aimed at reducing carbon emissions caused by air traffic.
ICAO Council President, Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu highlights the need for aviation investments in strategic infrastructure, institutional capacity building, and next generation aviation professionals.
Since the instillation of the solar panels, they have saved the equivalent amount of emissions to not driving 2400 million miles.