Under a new traffic light system, countries will be designated one of three risk levels as part of the UK government's efforts to restart international travel.
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The coronavirus pandemic has afforded many airports the opportunity to expand their work within their local community. For International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the CEO of London Luton Airport (LTN), Alberto Martin, highlights LTN’s efforts in this field, and his hopes that this will continue, even as the airport looks…
Total global passenger demand in February 2021 saw a decline of 74.7 per cent compared to February 2019, an even steeper fall than January 2021.
Regional coordination during the development of restart plans for the Middle Eastern aviation industry will allow governments to ensure that the plans can be efficiently implemented as soon as possible.
In the next instalment of International Airport Review's exclusive series, Jost Lammers, Chief Executive Officer of Munich Airport, explains the initiatives, work and thinking that is driving the airport in its goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, and addresses the need for social and economic factors to also be…
Brisbane Airport’s new runway was five decades in the making and under construction for eight years. Paul Coughlan, Head of Infrastructure Development at Brisbane Airport Corporation, speaks to International Airport Review about why it represents a runway into the future.
The AAA's CEO has stressed the significance of the findings of the latest ACCC Airport Monitoring Report, which outlines the devastating impact of COVID-19 on Australian aviation.
Alexander Ponomarenko, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sheremetyevo International Airport, writes that, while Sheremetyevo has not been immune to the impact of COVID-19 as seen in airports around the world, he is positive of a swift return to pre-pandemic air travel in the next instalment of International Airport…
Despite a rise in confidence in air travel as a result of testing and vaccination, new ACI World analysis outlines an estimate of continued severe revenue losses for the aviation industry in 2021.
Maxim Romanenko, Director of Ground Handling at Pulkovo Airport, writes of the lessons learned from adapting and thinking swiftly in response to the unprecedented environment caused by COVID-19 and how these successes can be taken forward in the sector as the virus loosens its hold.
Vladislav Ilyin, Chief Commercial Officer of Aviation Revenues of Kharkiv International Airport, speaks to International Airport Review about the importance of not relying on expanding your airport’s route network to be successful, but also focusing on growing non-aviation revenues.
The proposal outlines the need for European Union States to issue common, interoperable and mutually-recognised certificates for COVID-19 vaccination and testing in order to facilitate the restart of travel.
By the end of 2020, passenger numbers at UK airports fell to levels not seen since 1985, with only 73.8 million passengers reported, most of which travelled in the first three months of the year.
Nejat Kurt, Deputy General Manager of Operations at TAV Airports, looks forward to the aviation sector post-COVID-19, considering the actions undertaken by airports to ensure passenger safety and the role of contactless technology, which will remain key in regaining – and maintaining – passenger confidence.
The second edition of ACI's COVID-19 guidelines provides updated best practice examples and guidance for both the initial restart and longer-term recovery of the global aviation industry.