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Alexandre de Juniac

10 Jul 2020
At least three in every 10 air travellers have vowed not to fly anytime soon over possible coronavirus infection during travel.
7 Jul 2020
As world airlines gradually return to operations after the coronavirus-induced lockdown, demand in air cargo is also beginning to improve despite subsisting capacity crunch.
12 Jun 2020
At least one in every two airlines is now at risk of collapse given the dearth of lifesaving financial supports, the International Air Transport Association (IATA), has said.
12 Jun 2020
Ahead of the air travel restart across the globe, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that a hard and challenging recovery await aviation across several levels.
10 Jun 2020
World airlines yesterday rallied governments to reopen international borders, and give financial bailouts to save economies and airlines from collapse.
9 Jun 2020
Airlines in Nigeria and other African countries hit the rock bottom in the month of April, with passenger traffic dropping by a whopping 98.7 per cent.
28 May 2020
The airline industry’s global debt could rise to $550billion by year-end, the International Air Transport Association (IATA), has said. The debt is a $120billion increase over debt levels at the start of 2020.
26 May 2020
World airlines and airports’ council yesterday, sought a harmonised and globally acceptable safety and security measures ahead of air travel restart is many parts of the globe.
22 May 2020
World airlines have proposed new safety guidelines to governments toward re-starting passenger flights amid the coronavirus crisis.The airlines, under the aegis of International Air Transport Association (IATA), Wednesday, said the aviation-friendly ....
22 May 2020
Laurel Chor is an international traveller that has just landed in Hong Kong. She flew from Paris via London on a British Airways (BA) flight. Her travel experience and reception at the Hong Kong International Airport showed the emerging dynamics of travel protocol that may last as long as the new coronavirus.
7 May 2020
The survival of the travel and tourism industry in Nigeria and other African countries has been hinged on foreign relief package in excess of $10 billion.
1 May 2020
The Airports Council International (ACI) World, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA), yesterday, warned that time was running out on financial supports for quick restart of the air travel business in many countries.

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