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“Most governments have tunnel-vision on quarantine,” says IATA Director General

At IATA’s first COVID-19 briefing this year, Director General Alexandre de Juniac expressed his frustrations with the slow pace of the airline industry’s recovery and called for a more balanced approach based on testing.
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New details about the IATA Travel Pass, scheduled to launch Q1 2021

IATA has announced new details about its IATA Travel Pass, a mobile app designed to help travellers easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for COVID-19 testing or vaccine information.
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More govt. support needed for airlines, says IATA

IATA is calling on governments to add market stimulation measures to the support they are giving to keep aviation financially viable.
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COVID-19 crisis has restructured the world’s most connected cities: IATA

There’s been a “dramatic shift” among the world’s most connected cities as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, says IATA.
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Airline industry losses will continue into 2021: IATA

IATA’s revised outlook for airline industry performance in 2020 and 2021 shows that deep industry losses will continue into 2021, even though performance is expected to improve.
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Another good start to the week: IATA’s Travel Pass in final phases

The IATA Travel Pass, a digital health pass that will support the safe reopening of borders, is in the final development phase.
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“We will ensure Canadians get their refunds”: Airline bailout in the works

After months of speculation, the Canadian government has finally announced “a package of assistance” for Canadian airlines, airports and the aerospace sector.
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“We have hit a wall”: IATA’s September numbers are in

Passenger demand in September remained highly depressed, says IATA, with international demand plunging 88.8% compared to the same month in 2019.
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“There is little good news”: IATA says airlines can’t cut enough costs to save jobs

It’s not looking good for airlines in 2021, according to new analysis presented by IATA.
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The COVID-19 cash burn rate for airlines is US$300,000 every minute: IATA

More than half a year after the global travel industry went into near-total lockdown, IATA has released a startling and dire statistic: the airline industry will burn through US$77 billion in cash during the second half of 2020 despite the restart of operations.
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