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Former IAG CEO Willie Walsh to head IATA

Former IAG CEO Willie Walsh to head IATA

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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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New research points to low risk for Covid-19 transmission inflight: IATA

New research points to low risk for Covid-19 transmission inflight: IATA

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Insufficient capacity dampens global air cargo in August: IATA

Insufficient capacity dampens global air cargo in August: IATA

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IATA Calls For Systematic COVID-19 Testing Before Departure

International travel is 92 per cent down on 2019 levels. Over half a year has passed since global connectivity was destroyed as countries closed their borders to fight COVID-19.

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Proposed French Environment Tax Will Destroy Jobs, Fail To Decarbonise Aviation: IATA

Airline revenues have fallen an estimated 15 billion dollars, putting about 466,000 jobs at risk, according to IATA analysis.

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Sluggish improvement in global air passenger demand continues in July: IATA

Sluggish improvement in global air passenger demand continues in July: IATA

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Global Air Cargo Demand Stable, Capacity Remains Constrained: IATA

Global demand measured in cargo tonne kilometres fell by 13.5 per cent in July (minus 15.5 per cent for international operations) compared to the previous year.

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Travellers face risk of penalties for refusing to wear face covering

Travellers face risk of penalties for refusing to wear face covering

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Recovery delayed as international travel remains locked down: IATA

Recovery delayed as international travel remains locked down: IATA

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$29 Billion Loss Expected For Asia Pacific Airlines This Year: IATA

IATA said the region's airlines will see passenger demand measured in revenue passenger kilometres collapse 53.8 per cent this year while capacity in available seat kilometres will be reduced by 39.2 per cent.

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IATA air traveller survey shows COVID-19 concerns globally

IATA air traveller survey shows COVID-19 concerns globally

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Global Air Passenger Demand In May Shows Slight Improvement

Capacity plummeted 95.3 per cent and load factor sank 51.9 percentage points to 28.6 per cent, meaning a bit more than a quarter of seats were filled on average.

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IATA Proposes Alternative To Traveller Quarantines

IATA encourages a layering of bio-safety measures in two areas: reducing the risk of imported cases via travellers and mitigating risk in cases where an infected person does travel.

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IATA issues criteria for COVID-19 testing in air travel process

IATA issues criteria for COVID-19 testing in air travel process

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