Emanuele Calà, Head of Innovation and Quality at Aeroporti di Roma, details the passenger-focused approach that has taken a pivotal role during the pandemic, and the use of real time data at different points in the airport journey to truly capture passenger mood.
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The package includes a range of new measures for the Australian aviation and tourism sectors, including half-price airfares and an aviation workforce support programme.
Among the results, IATA found that 57 per cent of respondents expect to be travelling within two months of the pandemic being contained, which is much improved from 49 per cent in September 2020.
The Canadian Airports Council has called on the Government of Canada to increase its support for the country's aviation sector in order to avoid the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic being permanent.
On International Women’s Day 2021, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) discusses its commitment to 25by2025, the industry-wide diversity and inclusion initiative to increase the number of women in senior positions and the number of women in under-represented jobs by 25 per cent by 2025.
The European Tourism Manifesto Alliance has outlined key recommendations for European Union states to ensure that the industry can benefit from a relaunch in summer 2021.
14 European stakeholders have called for coordination on travel restrictions, vaccination certificates and testing requirements in order to support the recovery of aviation.
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.
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.
ICAO has outlined that international passenger traffic suffered a dramatic 60 per cent drop over 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
daa International will be responsible for Red Sea International Airport's airfield and terminal operations, aviation services and facilities management, among other things.
Robert Sinclair has emphasised the importance of business air travel to the economic recovery prospects of the UK after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UK government's Global Travel Taskforce will work to develop an operationalised approach for testing international arrivals.
The open letter to the President of the European Commission has called for the development of an EU COVID-19 testing protocol for travel.