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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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Coronavirus Pandemic Leads To Darkened Economy

Investors across the world are extremely concerned due to the current COVID19 situation in China and other countries affected with the same.

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Air Cargo Shows Slight Pickup In May Amid Continuing Capacity Crunch

Global demand measured in cargo tonne kilometres fell by 20.3 per cent in May (minus 21.5 per cent for international operations) compared to the previous year.

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Air Maintenance Firms, Manufacturers Plan For $60 Billion In Lost Sales

The International Air Transport Association said last week that airlines would lose $84 billion in 2020, with revenue down by half to $419 billion, the worst year in the sector’s history.

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IATA Issues Criteria For COVID-19 Testing In Air Travel Process

"Airlines are committed to reducing the risks of COVID-19 transmission via air travel and COVID-19 testing could play an important role," said IATA's Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac.

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Air Cargo Demand Plummets But Capacity Disappears Even Faster: IATA

IATA warns of air cargo capacity crunch, it needs to move efficiently throughout the entire supply chain to be effective.

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ACI, IATA Outline Roadmap For Aviation Industry Restart

The aviation sector has been brought to a standstill and a balanced and effective restart and recovery depend on collaboration among the key participants in the global aviation ecosystem.

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Don't Make A Slow Aviation Recovery More Difficult With Quarantine Measures: IATA

The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets.

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Global Airlines Body IATA Opposes Leaving Middle Seats Empty

IATA Director General Alexandre de Juniac said leaving the middle seat empty was among the likely conditions for a resumption of air travel to be discussed with governments around the world.

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Singapore Airlines Commits To Vistara; Says No Obligation To Virgin Australia

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) in April estimated that airlines around the world will lose USD314 billion of revenue from the decline in passenger traffic in 2020 due to COVID-19

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ACI, IATA Call For Urgent Financial Assistance To Protect Jobs And Operations

ACI and IATA called for urgent balanced support to the industry via taxation relief, including alleviation of payroll taxes, corporate taxes, concession fees or other government incomes from the industry.

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Air Passenger Demand Plunges As Travel Restrictions Take Hold: IATA

Demand for domestic travel shrank 47.8 per cent in March compared to March 2019 with double-digit percentage declines in all markets.

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British Airways Says It Will Cut More Than A Quarter Of Its Jobs

Revenue dropped 13% to 4.6 billion euros. IAG said it expected significantly worse losses in the second quarter

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IATA Calls For Global Mutual Recognition By Civil Aviation Authorities

IATA asked states to work with the aviation industry to find temporary measures to ensure that licenses and certificates critical to managing aviation safety are extended to remain valid.

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Airlines In India To Suffer $11.2 Billion Revenue Loss, 2.9 Million Jobs At Risk: IATA

COVID-19 crisis will see global airline passenger revenues drop by 314 billion dollars in 2020, a 55 per cent decline compared to 2019.

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