The International Air Transport Association has outlined key priorities including, sustainability, modernisation, and safety, to ensure the air cargo industry remains resilient post-COVID-19 pandemic.
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Lara Maughan, IATA’s Head of Airport Slots, usually works to ensure airlines can get fair and non-discriminatory access to congested airports. But since the start of the crisis, her work has been focused on slot use waivers. Now, as the fourth season in a row requires slot relief, Lara explains…
Airports in Europe have seen revenues collapsing by 60 per cent in 2020 and by 65 per cent in the first half of 2021
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.
Sanjay Khanna, Chief Executive Officer of Ras Al Khaimah International Airport, shares insights on scaling operational efficiency at a rapidly growing transit hub in the northernmost Emirate of the United Arab Emirates.
EUROCONTROL’s latest data snapshot reports the aviation industry’s COVID-19 recovery, this summer, with flights back to 70 per cent of 2019 levels within the EU.
If governments apply real governance, and aviation stakeholders are given strong financial incentives to meet emissions and CO2 reduction targets, an investment-friendly environment will be established.
AS Tallinna Lennujaam airport has had a successful first half of 2021, with a positive net-profit and strong balance sheet, despite the negative impact of COVID-19 among European airports.
This executive report delves into airport priorities for the future; the passenger experience; future clean air strategy; negotiating government relief and geopolitical perspectives on the vaccine passport. Login or register to read the report for free.
Lithuianian Airports has been hugely impacted by COVID-19, with net losses of €4.67 million in the first half of 2021 and €1.96 million during the months of January to June 2020.
The growth of cargo volume was mainly attributed to double-digit growth in both trans-shipments and imports compared to the same month last year.
With passenger numbers expected to be 47.3 per cent down by the end of 2021 compared to 2019, ACI World has predicted that global traffic may take up to two decades to return to previously projected levels.
Findings of the Queen Alia Airport study emphasised the significance of the airport in facilitating economic growth, generating employment and boosting government revenue.
For International Airport Review, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of Airports Council International (ACI) World, discusses how there is no one-size-fits-all solution approach to recovery and that it will require heightened levels of collaboration and partnership among industry stakeholders in order to ensure success.
Despite still being far below 2019 levels, both international and domestic air travel demand experienced slight growth in May 2021 compared to the month prior.