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Virus resurgence stalls air travel recovery in November 2020

Global air passenger demand recovery, which had been slowing since the Northern hemisphere’s summer travel season, came to a halt in November 2020, according...

IATA unveils key design elements of IATA Travel Pass

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has unveiled key design elements of the IATA Travel Pass, a mobile app to help travellers easily and...

IATA issues guidelines for global vaccine distribution

The International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Guidance for Vaccine and Pharmaceutical Logistics and Distribution will ensure member airlines are prepared to handle what is...

IATA to bid goodbye to DG Alexandre de Juniac

International Air Transport Association's (IATA) director general and CEO, Alexandre de Juniac, will step down from his role effective March 31, 2021. In line to...

IATA Travel Pass Key in final development phase

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Travel Pass, a digital health passport that will support the safe reopening of borders, is now in the...

UNWTO, IATA form alliance to get airlines flying again

Ahead of the G20 summit of the world’s largest economies, which includes a dedicated tourism segment, the UNWTO has signed an MoU with the...

IATA urges standard passenger risk assessment and Covid testing to restore...

Travel bubbles that facilitate cross-border travel is essential to restoring air connectivity, but a globally-accepted risk assessment methodology and suitable Covid testing must be...

IATA helps airlines navigate new norms with health checklist

IATA has released an airline self-assessment health checklist designed to assist operators in implementing new health and safety requirements in a post-Covid world. The 30-page...

Airlines flying into US$84.3b loss in 2020: IATA

Airlines across the world are set to lose US$84.3 billion this year, with revenues halved to US$419 billion from 2019, the IATA forecasted. In 2021,...

Global aviation downturn likely bottoming out: IATA

Demand for air services is beginning to recover after hitting bottom in April, driven by the uptick in domestic travel, according to IATA. In what...

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