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Global passenger demand fell by 14.1 per cent in February 2020, according to IATA analysis, as the COVID-19 began to severely impact Asia-Pacific markets.
New drone footage recorded by Stansted Airport shows the lack of movement at the airport, as well as aircraft parked in all available space.
As a result of travel restrictions and border controls, the COVID-19 pandemic has been estimated to eradicate 38.1 per cent of passenger traffic in 2020.
Catya Zuniga and Geert Boosten, from the Amsterdam University of Applied Science, discuss how best to define aviation capacity.
AOA has called on the UK government to better support the country's aviation industry as countries across the globe implement significant supportive measures.
ACI data outlines that airports employ over 6.1 million people globally, and so have urged for financial measures to be implemented to protect airport jobs amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
ACI Asia-Pacific has urged governments to implement relief measures in order to protect airport jobs and aviation connectivity as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak,
IATA has called for governments to keep global supply chains open for air cargo to keep up with the demand for vital medical equipment during the COVID-19 crisis.
Due to the restrictions put in place by the Spanish government as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, Aena has adapted airport operations across its entire network.
IATA has thanked governments who have been supportive of the industry during the COVID-19 pandemic but have asked that further worldwide governments follow suit.
Honeywell and International Airport Review previously hosted a webinar to explore how airports can tackle the challenge of increased travellers and traffic whilst remaining safe, secure and efficient.
The open letter complements the trade association's individual requests for support measures to see airport operators and service providers able to weather the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to drastically impact the aviation industry, SEA Milan has been forced to adapt in order to continue operation.
The CAC urges the federal government to ensure the continued financial viability of Canada’s airports by providing short-term relief to address immediate cash flow challenges.