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    Singapore Rolls Out IATA Travel Pass Acceptance To All Arrivals

    In a massive boost to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Travel Pass, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has announced that it will accept the IATA Travel Pass from all arriving passengers. In what it calls a move to restore air travel safely, anyone arriving in Singapore by air will be able to use the IATA Travel Pass to prove a negative pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test. Singapore becomes one of the first places to accept the IATA Travel Pass. Photo: Getty Images Passengers arriving and departing Changi Airport (SIN) can use the IATA Travel Pass at both arrivals […] More

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    In-Depth Assessment of Growth and Key Aspects – SoccerNurds

    Global Airlines Market report by In4Research provides the current and forthcoming technical and financial details of the Airlines Industry. The research study attracts attention to a detailed synopsis of the market valuation, revenue estimation, and Industry statistics. The study on the emerging trends in the global and regional spaces on all the significant components, such as market capacity, cost, price, demand and supply, production, profit, and competitive landscape. The Airlines Market report is an amalgamation of a detailed market overview based on the segmentation, applications, trends and opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, drivers, and restraints. The report also talks about the […] More

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    Cathay Pacific Airways Limited, FedEx Corporation, United Parcel Service Inc., Kuehne + Nagel, Expeditors International, Bollore Group SDV, DB Schenker, The Emirates Group, Deutsche Post DHL, CEVA Logistics, etc. – Jumbo News

    Global Air Cargo and Freight Logistics Market: IntroductionThe Global Air Cargo and Freight Logistics Market research report is comprised of the detailed study of Air Cargo and Freight Logistics market and all the market dynamics related to the same. The detailed study of the aspects that are acknowledged to be crucial for the study of every industry is covered in the research report. These aspects include Profit margins, product knowledge, revenues, potential customer base, innovations, industry growth, etc. The research report thoroughly analyzes the market size and volume in the past years and also holds the prediction for the market […] More

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    Dentons, EY and White & Case work on Czech airline restructuring

    Budget Czech airline Smartwings has secured a loan of approximately EUR 76 million as part of its restruc… Budget Czech airline Smartwings has secured a loan of approximately EUR 76 million as part of its restructuring. The Czech Republic is the only state in Europe that does not have an aviation sector support scheme during the pandemic. Smartwings was profitable prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, but has since laid off 600 employees. White & Case acted for the group of banks providing financing to Smartwings via a loan under the Czech government’s Covid Plus scheme, enacted in May last year. […] More

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    China Airlines sees benefits in retaining regional Mandarin brand | In depth

    China Airlines has said that its regional unit Mandarin Airlines will be around for the foreseeable future, even as its peers in the region have shuttered or merged such brands into mainline operations.  In an email interview with FlightGlobal, China Airlines vice-president for corporate communications Marian Lu says the airline group’s brands are “differentiated” enough to target different segments.  Apart from China Airlines and Mandarin Airlines, the group also consists of low-cost unit Tigerair Taiwan.  Mainline China Airlines is based at Taipei’s Taoyuan airport, and operates international flights, while Mandarin Airlines flies domestic routes with ATR 72s and Embraer E-190s, […] More

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    International passenger traffic down 89% in February, no sign of recovery: IATA

    “International passenger traffic was down almost 89% and is showing no signs of recovery in the current environment,” IATA’s new director general Willie Walsh said at a presentation on Wednesday. Walsh, formerly the chief executive of British Airways-parent group IAG, was holding his first media briefing since taking on the IATA director general job at the beginning of April. (Reporting by Laurence Frost and Sarah Young; Editing by Kate Holton) Read further. More

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    Airlines show inconsistent reactions amid confusion on international travel following Prime Minister’s statement

    British Airways owner IAG, TUI and Wizz Air were on the rise despite the lack of clarity on government guidelines Airline stocks came back from the long Easter weekend with mixed reactions as rules on international trips remain a question mark. Boris Johnson said on Monday he was “hopeful” that international travel could resume on May 17 as per roadmap, but it is too early to make a firm decision. READ: Ryanair and Wizz Air passenger numbers collapse in March as COVID-19 continues to ravage travel sector The government said it will confirm “in advance” of that date but uncertainty […] More

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    Global Air Cargo & Freight Logistics Market 2020 Industry Research – Bollore Group SDV, Kuehne + Nagel International, Cathay Pacific Airlines – KSU

    A collective analysis report titled Global Air Cargo & Freight Logistics Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2020-2025 analyzes the market status and outlook from the view of players, countries, product types, and end industries. The report offers an exhaustive study based on current trends influencing this vertical throughout assorted geographies. The report provides a product overview and highlights of product and application segments of the market including price, revenue, sales growth rate, and market share by product. It presents comprehensive data that enhances the understanding, scope, and application of this global Air Cargo & Freight Logistics report. The report also […] More

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    Airlines want vaccine passports but don’t want to pay for them

    The EU is moving ahead with plans to roll out a “Digital Green Certificate”—a document to store Covid-19 information such as vaccination records and test results. Governments, airports and airlines hope that will spur travel across the bloc by making it easier to check if passengers have been inoculated. “Vaccines are what is going to ultimately allow us to start recovering as an industry,” said Olivier Jankovec, director general of Airports Council International Europe, a trade body of airports. “It’s what is going to allow Europeans to be mobile again.” On Friday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […] More

  • As CDC Eases Travel Guidance, Are 'Vaccine Passports' Next?
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    As CDC Eases Travel Guidance, Are ‘Vaccine Passports’ Next?

    By Archive Email Linda Chiem ” href=”https://www.law360.com/health/articles/1371784/#”>Linda Chiem Law360 is providing free access to its coronavirus coverage to make sure all members of the legal community have accurate information in this time of uncertainty and change. Use the form below to sign up for any of our weekly newsletters. Signing up for any of our section newsletters will opt you in to the weekly Coronavirus briefing. Law360 (April 2, 2021, 8:20 PM EDT) — With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s Friday announcement that fully vaccinated individuals can again travel in the U.S. without COVID-19 testing beforehand or self-quarantining […] More

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