As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, London City Airport will temporarily pause its development programme at the end of 2020.
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With a coordinated and consistent global approach to COVID-19, BARIG has said that passenger confidence in travelling will be restored.
A letter, sent from ACI EUROPE, Airlines for Europe (A4E) and IATA to governments across the global, criticises the new restrictions relating to selected countries.
Stephanie Wear, Director of Air Service Development and Cargo Services at Philadelphia Airport, discusses the airport’s response to the drastic decline in air services through its COVID-19 Air Service Recovery Incentive Program.
Heathrow Airport calls on the UK government for a passenger testing regime to assist the recovery of airports post COVID-19.
Earlier in 2020, the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning & Transport (ADEPT) called for a national strategy on the aviation sector to tackle both climate change and the economy. Mark Kemp, Chair of ADEPT’s Transport and Connectivity Board, explains why a national strategy is needed.
IATA predicts global passenger traffic will not recover to pre-COVID-19 levels until 2024, due to continuing international travel restrictions.
The re-introduction of a blanket quarantine measure is the wrong approach and risks further damaging the fragile re-start of the UK aviation sector.
The New SLC Airport will secure the area’s position as a global aviation hub, whilst benefiting passengers, the economy and the environment.
ACI EUROPE’s President, Jost Lammers, said: “One-sided financial aid to airlines creates massive imbalances.”
The project will work to improve the attractiveness of Sofia Airport, as well as the country as a whole and the Bulgarian economy.
Aviation Action, a charity well received by the industry so far, endeavours to help individuals in aviation navigate the employment challenges COVID-19 has inflicted on the industry.
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) Board has reviewed several issues affecting operations at Orlando International Airport.
The AOA requests a year-long relief from business rates for all airports in England and Wales, to come into effect as soon as practical.