Airport Safety Week 2021's theme recognises the airport industry’s continued commitment to exceptional safety standards, particularly throughout the pandemic.
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Air France-KLM will provide quarantine-free travel with designated Vaccinated Travel Lane flights to Singapore from Paris and Amsterdam, starting 21 October 2021.
Bicol International Airport has begun commercial operations on 8 October 2021, offering its annually expected two million international and domestic passengers a contactless travel experience.
Malcolm Johns, Chief Executive of Christchurch Airport, explains how the airport is already ahead of its target to reach net zero by 2050, and how their work has expanded to assisting other airports, with the aim of decarbonising the entire industry.
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.
Airport Authority Hong Kong has welcomed support from the Chief Executive to push forward Airport City development and progress at Hong Kong's international aviation hub.
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.
With reopening framework announced today in Australia, both government and Australia’s international airports are co-operating to ensure a safe and polished easement of travel restrictions.
Aviation will continue to struggle to recover, according to the International Air Transport Association, if COVID-19 travel restrictions and regimes continue to be inconsistent and complex.
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.
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.
Perth Airport continues to launch new COVID-19-safe initiatives and practices including touchless technology throughout its terminals and car parks, to maintain the safety of passengers and staff.
Western Sydney International Airport will introduce new technology and innovative design to speed up passenger movements, setting a new benchmark for Australian air travel.
As aviation begins its COVID-19 recovery, the Australian government have invested $64 million in essential oversea passenger’s security screening at Australia’s major international airports.