Almost a year since his participation in International Airport Review’s Coronavirus Roundtable, Stefano Baronci, Director General of ACI Asia-Pacific, looks back on 2020 and what the coronavirus pandemic has meant for aviation, and considers how this will affect the aviation sector’s recovery in the immediate future.
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AOA and AGS Airports have expressed their disappointment in the Scottish government's lack of a recovery plan or framework for Scotland's aviation industry.
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.
Since March 2020 and the official declaration from WHO that the outbreak of COVID-19 had officially become a pandemic, Hamad International Airport has worked hard to ensure that its passengers could continue to travel in a safe airport environment. Through the implementation of new technologies and increased cleaning efforts, Hamad…
Volumes in the Asia-Pacific market are expected to return by approximately 2023, but the Middle East will take longer, and is expected to return to pre-COVID-19 levels by 2024.
By accelerating the establishment of vaccination and testing certifications, IATA has stressed that governments can better support the re-establishment of global air connectivity.
Karen Dee, Chief Executive of the Airport Operators Association (AOA), assesses the state of the UK airport industry, which is still grappling with the ongoing repercussions of COVID-19, and calls on the UK government to do more to ensure its survival.
Belgrade Airport's accreditation, received as a result of the wide range of sanitary measures that have been put in place, compliments the other health accreditations obtained by VINCI Airports on its international network.
With fresh travel restrictions and border closures being implemented across the globe, ICAO's Secretary General has outlined that there are few signs of near-term relief ahead for travel and tourism markets in the continued face of COVID-19.
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.
ACI-LAC, ALTA, CANSO and IATA have called for the implementation and adherence to internationally-agreed measures which permit safe air travel during the COVID‐19 pandemic.
The aviation industry needs its workers to be considered as essential when the vaccine is rolled out across the globe, as they will play an essential role in its distribution.
The autonomous robot is said to eradicate 99.9 per cent of pathogens, including COVID-19, and disinfects the air using UV technology.
With passenger declines of well above 70 per cent and 60 per cent for the Middle East and Asia-Pacific, respectively, ACI Asia-Pacific is calling for more consistent recovery support measures.