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.
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The LACAC multilateral agreement to liberalise the region's air cargo services will have an immediate impact on pandemic response and recovery.
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.
Quito's new import cargo distribution area will see automated solutions implemented for cargo handling, generating greater operational efficiency, improving traceability and guaranteeing greater cargo security.
Munich Airport International and EMCO have been awarded the concession for the development of the air cargo terminal at El Salvador Airport.
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.
The achievement highlights RIOgaleão Airport's efforts to implement a series of measures to guarantee the safety of passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carlos Eduardo Gomes Souza, Airport Performance Coordinator at Brazil’s Ministry of Infrastructure, explains the process behind the Brazilian passenger satisfaction survey and the beneficial results that it created for the country’s airports.
The contract for the construction of Jorge Chavez Airport's new control tower and airside support buildings has been awarded to the Wayra Consortium.
Concessionaires at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport will benefit from financial support amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
As air travel at Tampa International Airport has slowed down considerably, the airport has increased the activity in its construction sites.
In response to COVID-19, airports and other public spaces are searching for ways to enhance traditional cleaning methods.
Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration awards U.S. airports grants to ensure they can operate efficiently in the years to come.
Tim Toerber, Airline Resource and Scheduling Manager at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), discusses how the airport’s gate optimisation project has led SEA to become the most efficient airport in the U.S. from a gate management perspective.
Access to the terminals will be restricted to ticketed passengers, airport employees and individuals with a need to enter for airport business.