With fresh travel restrictions and border closures being implemented across the globe, ICAO's Secretary General has outlined that there are few signs of near-term relief ahead for travel and tourism markets in the continued face of COVID-19.
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With the risk of the industry facing irreversible damage growing ever more likely, European aviation and tourism organisations have called for better and more effective financial support.
As a result of the fall in aircraft movements due to the COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco Airport is now able to undertake its runway upgrade projects a year earlier than planned.
ICAO has outlined that international passenger traffic suffered a dramatic 60 per cent drop over 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
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 drastic decreases in passenger numbers due to COVID-19 restrictions, Ostend Airport experienced a 112.7 per cent increase in cargo volumes.
Recently published data indicates that PRM traffic is returning to the skies at a faster rate than total passenger traffic, explains accessible air travel expert, Roberto Castiglioni.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been felt worldwide, no more so than in the aviation industry. Kadri Samsunlu, Chief Executive Officer of Istanbul Airport, speaks to International Airport Review’s Leah Hockley about the strategies being implemented to protect passengers and encourage their safe return to air travel, and…
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.
Total passenger demand was 70.6 per cent down when compared to October 2019, representing only a 1.6 per cent increase from September 2020.
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.
The new master plan is a long-term vision for how London City Airport can recover from COVID-19 and ensure future growth in a sustainable and responsible way.