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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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.
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'.
Following the announcement that England is being placed into a third national lockdown, AOA has called for better financial government support for the UK aviation industry in order to cover operational losses during the current heightened restrictions.
The LACAC multilateral agreement to liberalise the region's air cargo services will have an immediate impact on pandemic response and recovery.
Gabriele Dackaite, ANIMA Project Information Officer at Airport Regions Council (ARC), details the work of the organisation with airport regions, and highlights the funding opportunities that are available for green recovery in EU projects post-COVID-19.
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With passenger declines of well above 70 per cent and 60 per cent for the Middle East and Asia-Pacific, respectively, ACI Asia-Pacific is calling for more consistent recovery support measures.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, updated ACI World analysis has found that airport revenues will experience a total reduction of $111.8 billion in 2020.
By temporarily adopting more flexible airport slot rules as quickly as possible, governments can help to preserve essential air transport connectivity.
The partnership will support the world’s airports in planning for summer 2021, ensuring that they continue to provide the economic and social benefits to the communities that they serve.
Daniel Lütscher, Head of Fraport AG’s Infrastructure – Airport Facilities and Area Services Department, details how Frankfurt Airport has adapted its winter training due to new challenges.
The strategy will work to support the aviation industry's recovery by limiting travellers' required self-isolation period upon entering England after travelling to countries not featured on the UK government’s travel corridor list.
ACI World has called on airports to keep climate mitigation, adaptation and resilience as key parts of their strategies and recovery plans.
ACI has adopted the resolution to support recovery by urging airports to implement best practices for the accommodation of health measures in accordance with global and regional guidance.