International Air Transport Association data shows improvements in domestic and international air travel during October 2021, yet the recent travel bans could pose a threat to aviation’s recovery.
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The International Air Transport Association has recommended that the EU Digital COVID Certificate validity should be extended to up to 12-months after the second vaccination dose.
Incheon International Airport Corporation has announced that the corporation has successfully completed its COVID-19 response consulting programme at Hanoi Noi Bai International Airport.
The International Air Transport Association urges governments to adopt simple, predictable, and practical measures to facilitate the re-opening of international travel borders safely and efficiently.
Beginning 22 November 2021, the government will recognise vaccines on the World Health Organisation’s Emergency Use Listing, allowing more inbound travel of vaccinated people from other countries.
Airports Council International has requested for more governments to reopen borders and relax quarantine requirements, to prevent repeat of a dismal year for Asia-Pacific and Middle East airports.
The International Air Transport Association has urged governments to utilise the commitments reached at the ICAO High Level Conference on COVID-19, towards restoring global air connectivity.
During July and August 2021, Emirates’ airports provided safe resumption of travel for its passengers and experienced an increase of customer volumes, since the ease of COVID-19 travel restrictions.