Category: Airports
Airports

The University of Portsmouth's Mike Tipton and Simon Fraser University's Igor Mekjavic discuss why temperature checks for COVID aren't ideal.

Airports

The chief executive for Dubai International Airport, previously the world’s busiest airport, has warned that 2021 will be another tough year for the Middle Eastern hub, as travel demand remains subdued. “We are planning for it to be a tough year. That’s undoubtedly the case … anyone that doesn’t think it’s going to be a […]

Airports

The French government has reportedly scrapped plans for a major $11 billion expansion of its famed Charles de Gaulle Airport, citing environmental concerns and climate goals. According to French Ecological Transition Minister Barbara Pompili, who is responsible for preparing and implementing the French government’s policy in sustainability and climate action, the government has now asked […]

Airlines

US lawmakers are reportedly set to vote on Wednesday on a plan to provide a third COVID-19 relief package to the transportation sectors, including airlines and airports, to the tune of $57 billion. The proposed packages include $14 billion in payroll support for airlines, $8 billion for US airports and concessionaires, $1 billion for airline […]

Airlines

For many months now, industry bodies and airlines have pushed for the introduction of ‘health passes’ and ‘vaccine passports’ to aid in the return of post-COVID international travel. The International Air Transport Association has been running trials in the Middle East and Europe of its own ‘Travel Pass’, which stores verified health information, including COVID […]

Airlines

In this cross-posting with The Conversation, health professors Kelley Lee and Anne-Marie Nicol from Simon Fraser University discuss how limiting non-essential travel could help reduce the spread of COVID in Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced new travel restrictions and COVID-19 testing and quarantine rules in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus […]

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