As air traveller’s COVID-19 travel restrictions frustrations continue to rise, a survey by the International Air Transport Association shows respondents’ confidence in the restoration of travel.
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Despite a cumulative $201 billion loss for the airline industry (2020-2022), the International Air Transport Association has revealed improved results for aviation during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Recovery in air travel eased in August 2021, according to The International Air Transport Association's latest report, as domestic air traffic demand is severely impacted by the Delta variant.
Due to the major descent in international visitor traffic and slow COVID-19 recovery of the global aviation industry, 44.6 million air travel jobs, including tourism employees, are at risk.
Airports and airlines across the world have announced that they are joining the battle against wildlife traffickers and smuggling attempts, spreading the global messages of ‘It Doesn’t Fly With Us!’
According to the International Air Transport Association’s August 2021 data, despite the pressure on air cargo capacity increasing the demand for global air cargo continues to steadily grow.
The Passenger Confidence Tracker reveals demand for flights is restoring, however, rebuilding passenger confidence requires consistent global safety protocols and digital technology.
Under the MoU, AFRAA and ACI Africa will align their actions and work jointly on a range of areas, including sustainability and air travel affordability.
Estimates from the Air Transport Action Group suggest some 4.8 million aviation workers’ jobs are at risk as a result of air travel demand falling more than 75 per cent.
Airports Council International (ACI) World has launched a set of tools which provide passengers with information about the health measures in place at airports around the world.
By donating the trays, Edinburgh Airport promotes sustainability and supports the development of security screening in African airports.
The African travel and tourism sector contributes $169 billion to Africa’s economy combined, representing 7.1 per cent of the continent’s GDP.
The air cargo community in Africa must formulate a recovery plan that will enable it to sustain the shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic; requiring a collaborative strategy between all stakeholders.
Benin becomes the 83rd country to confirm its voluntary participation in ICAO's CORSIA scheme, which is set to begin in 2021.