The document, which discusses the economic recovery of the aviation industry, draws attention to the importance of airport duty-free.
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With COVID-19 quarantine measures severely halting the recovery of the Canadian aviation industry, IATA has called for the government to consider testing instead.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to severely impact aviation, ACI World has published a new policy brief to support the recovery of the sector.
By introducing the new online service, Malaysia Airports is working to support its retail partners as they face challenges arising from COVID-19.
Analysis undertaken by ACI has found that the impact of COVID-19 could reach an unprecedented $104.5 billion reduction in revenue for 2020.
Despite early predictions outlining June 2020 as the turning point for aviation in recovering from COVID-19, passenger demand remains drastically low.
London Gatwick Airport publishes its half yearly results, whilst protecting its future resilience against the economic impact of COVID-19.
In the latest instalment of our exclusive CEO series, Mark Thorpe, CEO of Ontario International Airport Authority, discusses the importance of shifting the industry’s mindset to a business point of view and the need to consider the consumer.
As a result of the severe impact of COVID-19 on the airport, Gatwick Airport will undertake a major business restructure, putting roughly 600 jobs at risk.
Stephanie Wear, Director of Air Service Development and Cargo Services at Philadelphia Airport, discusses the airport’s response to the drastic decline in air services through its COVID-19 Air Service Recovery Incentive Program.
U.S. Transportation Secretary, Elaine L. Chao, announces over $273 million in grants to 184 airports in 41 states and six territories.
Heathrow Airport calls on the UK government for a passenger testing regime to assist the recovery of airports post COVID-19.
IATA predicts global passenger traffic will not recover to pre-COVID-19 levels until 2024, due to continuing international travel restrictions.
ACI EUROPE’s President, Jost Lammers, said: “One-sided financial aid to airlines creates massive imbalances.”