The manual will help to move the industry beyond measures such as quarantine as it provides guidance for countries in implementing COVID-19 testing programmes.
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ICAO's new manual will work to help countries assess their overall air transport public health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The introduction of the air travel bubble for quarantine-free travel between Hong Kong and Singapore has been outlined as a positive and important first step to travel recovery.
TIACA’s Board member, Emir Pineda, Manager of Aviation Trade and Logistics at Miami International Airport, answers International Airport Review’s questions regarding how the development and transportation of a COVID-19 vaccine will impact the air cargo sector.
ACI and IATA have outlined that testing should replace restrictive quarantine measures in order to support the recovery of air travel.
The UK government has announced the removal of Turkey, Poland, Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba from its travel exemptions list following an increase in COVID-19 cases.
IATA has highlighted the need for preparations for the distribution of the eventual COVID-19 vaccine to begin as soon as possible.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to severely impact aviation, ACI World has published a new policy brief to support the recovery of the sector.
The roadmap will support ICAO states in applying the COVID-19 recovery measures outlined by the organisation's CART Report.
Should COVID-19 testing be introduced as part of the travel process, IATA has highlighted that speed, scale and accuracy must be considered.
After reaching the lowest recorded rate since records began in 1990 during April 2020, IATA data has outlined the beginning of an increase in passenger demand.
The new ICAO report aims to support the aviation industry in restarting the international air transport system and aligning its global COVID-19 recovery.
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.