Emirates and Etihad Airways have become two of the first airlines in the world to partner with IATA on trialling its new digital travel pass.
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After a successful first webinar, which saw over 1,000 participants register, NEXTT will be hosting their second webinar on 4 February 2021, which will look at how the industry is moving from concepts to the implementation of ideas, and how it is taking advantage of the new imperatives of healthy…
ICAO has outlined that international passenger traffic suffered a dramatic 60 per cent drop over 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With all travel corridors with the UK now temporarily suspended in order to protect the nation from the importation of new strains of COVID-19, the Chief Executive Officer of the AOA has once again stressed the urgency of immediate financial support for the UK airport and aviation industry.
Five destinations have been removed from England's travel corridors list, and travel into the UK from several South American destinations, Portugal, Panama and Cape Verde has been banned.
As a result of a fall in passenger traffic due to COVID-19, Finavia has been able to begin the renovations a year earlier than originally planned.
By being awarded the ACI accreditation, Brisbane Airport has received international recognition for its 'COVID Safe' practices.
The MoU will see Brussels Airport and SpiceJet work together to develop a reliable ecosystem for vaccine delivery in a temperature-controlled environment.
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.
ACI World's Airport Health Measures Audit Programme, which two of Rome's major airports have now completed, is designed to offer additional reassurance to passengers when travelling amidst COVID-19.
Sue Hudson, Head of Service Proposition at Heathrow Airport, details how Heathrow examined what passengers need to regain confidence to travel.
As new strains of COVID-19 begin to cause fresh lockdowns, border closures and travel restrictions, the passenger demand recovery that was being witnessed in the summer months of 2020 has come to a halt.
Despite small but consistent month-on-month increases, global air freight volumes still remain drastically low when compared to 2019 levels as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to limit movement and aircraft availability.
With all passengers arriving in Canada now being required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, IATA has labelled the government mandate as 'draconian'.
Nashville International Airport has an extensive array of initiatives dedicated to enriching its passengers’ experience. Although the global pandemic has postponed some of these activities, the airport informed International Airport Review of how the journey at Nashville is above the rest.