Aviation Recovery

High testing costs could slow recovery, says IATA

The organisation is asking international governments to make this more accessible and affordable for travellers

Holland-Kaye: “COVID has devastated the aviation sector”

Heathrow reveals a loss of more than £300m from Q1, as less than two million passengers used the facility

DXB continues road to recovery

The airport has been making ongoing progress despite a shortfall in capacity

MAG calls for roadmap to restriction-free travel

The airport operator wants to eliminate the need for testing to certain countries, enabling air travel to resume

More than 90% of travellers happy to use health passports, research reveals

The study also found that over 40% said they would book international travel within six weeks of restrictions lifting

Hamburg Airport reveals steepest profit decline in 25 years

The facility has continued operations despite the pandemic, but has put a strict savings plan in place

CPH releases 2020 group annual report

The airport suffered large losses whilst cutting operational costs and jobs

Impact of COVID-19 on aviation industry will still be felt this year, says ACI World

To pave the way to a full recovery, the trade organisation has stated that a health data sharing framework must be implemented

CPH and airlines agree to restart traffic

The new plan introduced new incentives and pricing for airlines to resume operations with immediate effect

Europe’s aviation sector welcomes plans for Digital Green Certificate

The standardised certificate is hoped to help facilitate air travel, however many still say that a wider restart plan is imminently needed