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Following Virgin Australia announcing additional job losses, the AAA has called for the Australian government to introduce an aviation COVID-19 recovery strategy.
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.
As a result of an increasing number of COVID-19 cases, the UK government has removed Luxembourg from the list of travel exemptions.
Regulators and airport operators have joined forces to promote open architecture in airport security systems.
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 roadmap will support ICAO states in applying the COVID-19 recovery measures outlined by the organisation's CART Report.
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.
Celine Hourcade, TIACA’s Transition Director, details how TIACA’s transformation programme will help the organisation be more relevant, and therefore better support the air cargo sector.
The JobKeeper programme has been prolonged to the end of March 2021; meaning thousands of aviation jobs will be supported.
As the airport trade body publishes guidelines on passenger experience, ACI Europe and EASA signed an agreement on aviation’s recovery.
Air carriers from a country with a Category 2 rating – which Pakistan has just been given – are not allowed to initiate new service to the United States.
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.
The ‘Travel Safe’ advice, which is aligned with UK government guidelines and supported by the Aviation Minister, should be used across UK airports.