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.
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With a nine per cent increase in global air cargo demand in February 2021 compared to February 2019, air cargo is experiencing consistent growth following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Heathrow has submitted its plan - a dynamic four-tier system that applies differing controls for differing country risk levels - to the UK government's Global Travel Taskforce.
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.
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.
29 March 2021 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
As a joint initiative of ACI and IATA, NEXTT (New Experience Travel Technologies) creates a shared vision for the future of travel. In our previous webinars, we reconfirmed the validity of the concepts under NEXTT in a Covid and post-pandemic environment and learned from our industry experts how they turned the concepts into…
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.
AAHK is extending the relief package to May 2021 in response to the continued impact of COVID-19 and will adjust the measures on occasion depending on air traffic and business recovery.
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 new cargo facility, which is exclusively for the export and import of international couriers, will significantly boost the trade and economy of the region.
The agreement will see the two airports further optimise their burgeoning air cargo businesses and mutually develop the air cargo traffic between their regions.
Alexander Nikonov, Director of Aviation Commerce at Aerodynamics, considers what 2020, and COVID-19, has taught us about the aviation industry and, crucially, how we can learn from it in a post-pandemic world.
Six new COVID-19 recommendations and amendments to two others have been approved by the ICAO Council, building upon its original 'Take-off' guidelines, which were published in June 2020 in response to the pandemic.