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International Air Travel In 2021 Will Be Just 22% Of 2019 Levels; Remains In Deep Crisis: IATA

Just around 20 per cent of pre-Covid international flights are being operated from India right now. Scheduled international passenger flights have been suspended in India since March 23, 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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IndiGo Signs Pact To Explore Potential Of Using Sustainable Aviation Fuel In Aircraft

IndiGo said it is currently taking up the following steps to reduce its aviation turbine fuel (ATF) consumption to decreased its carbon footprint — fleet modernisation; implementing weight reduction measures on board; optimising flight routes; improving flight operations; and following fuel-efficient best practices.

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Indian Aviation Market's Recovery Significantly Impacted By Cap On Fares, Capacity: IATA DG

When India resumed scheduled domestic flights on May 25 last year after a two-month break in view of the COVID-19 lockdown, it had allowed carriers to operate not more than 33 percent of their pre-Covid domestic services.

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CCI Closes Case Against IATA; Finds No Violation Of Competition Norms

The DG submitted another report in June 2018. Later, a supplementary investigation report was submitted in November 2019.

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IATA Appoints Standard Chartered Bank As Easypay Partner

IATA EasyPay is a new payment method which aids streamline payment flows within the aviation ecosystem.

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COVID-19 Impact: How Southeast and South Asian Airlines are faring

COVID-19 Impact: How Southeast and South Asian Airlines are faring

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Air Cargo Demand Fell 10.6 % In 2020: IATA

Global demand in 2020, measured in cargo tonne-kilometers (CTKs), was 10.6 per cent below 2019 levels.

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Civil Aviation: Challenges Galore

The year 2020 was very tough for the civil aviation sector, not just in India but globally as well. But 2021 may not be any better as the money-spinning long haul air traffic is unlikely to see recovery to pre-Covid levels

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IATA Urges Centre To Support Indian Airlines To Tide Over COVID Crisis

The Indian carriers have laid off employees, cut salaries and posted significant losses during the last few quarters as coronavirus-induced travel restrictions have drastically impacted the aviation sector.

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Deep losses in Airlines sector will continue into 2021, says IATA

Deep losses in Airlines sector will continue into 2021, says IATA

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Former IAG CEO Willie Walsh to head IATA

Former IAG CEO Willie Walsh to head IATA

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Airline Body IATA Develops Mobile Apps For COVID-Era Travel

Airlines are pressing governments to replace traffic-stifling quarantine requirements with systematic COVID-19 testing, with some success.

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Digital health pass 'IATA Travel Pass' to be out soon

Digital health pass 'IATA Travel Pass' to be out soon

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Pressure intensifies to drop quarantines in favour of EU-wide passenger testing protocol

Pressure intensifies to drop quarantines in favour of EU-wide passenger testing protocol

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Post-Covid-19 Green Recovery Must Embrace Sustainable Aviation Fuels: IATA

IATA's call comes on the eve of the IEA Clean Energy Transitions Summit which will meet virtually to debate moves toward a low-carbon future.

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