Should COVID-19 testing be introduced as part of the travel process, IATA has highlighted that speed, scale and accuracy must be considered.
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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.
The aim of the new task force will be to identify and recommend strategic priorities and policies for states preparing for post COVID-19.
As airports across Asia-Pacific prepare to resume airport operations, ACI Asia-Pacific has called for support in approach to the post-COVID-19 period.
We are witnessing perhaps the biggest crisis of the 21st century. Declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, COVID-19 has affected every aspect of life worldwide. Airports, which ferry millions of passengers every day, unwittingly became the gateway for this contagion.
As part of International Airport Review's exclusive coronavirus roundtable, representatives from ACI Asia-Pacific, the Airport Operators Association, the Australian Airports Association and Tidal Basin discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on aviation, and what is being done by the sector in order to further prevent the spread of the virus.
TIACA has once again emphasised the importance of the air cargo industry during the current COVID-19 pandemic, calling for urgent supportive measures.
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.
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.
IATA has called for governments to keep global supply chains open for air cargo to keep up with the demand for vital medical equipment during the COVID-19 crisis.
ICAO, IMO and UNWTO have called for urgent actions to be made in order to support the aviation and tourism sectors during the COVID-19 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.