ACI: Asia-Pacific likely to lose position as top civil aviation market

China’s tougher border measures and Japan's cautious approach towards relaxation of inbound travel restrictions could displace Asia-Pacific as the world's largest air passenger market this year, reports Airports Council International (ACI).

War in Ukraine and Omicron hit cargo

Newly released International Air Transport Association (IATA) global air cargo data has shown
a drop in demand in March 2022

Air traffic resumes upward trajectory in February

European airport trade body ACI Europe has released its air traffic report for February 2022

IATA: Passenger numbers to recover in 2024

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects overall traveller numbers to reach 4 billion in 2024, exceeding pre-COVID-19 levels

Airports sector welcomes travel recommendations

Trade bodies representing the aviation sector have responded positively to the latest pandemic-end travel recommendations

How airlines’ Covid struggles are helping private jet operators

While the airline industry continues to be heavily impacted by Covid-19, private aviation appears to have been largely immune to the pandemic by comparison. Thomas Haynes spoke with Ian Moore, VistaJet’s chief commercial officer, to find out more

MAG research backs restrictions removal call

Research has found that the removal of all testing requirements on international travel would not impact the spread of Omicron in the UK

Safe Air Travel in a Post-Vaccine Era

Considerations for Travel-Related COVID-19 Testing

BER to operate both runways

Both runways at Berlin Brandenburg Airport will be in simultaneous use once again from December 1, following eight months of rotational use

Domestic traffic leading recovery says ACI

ACI World has released its 2021 World Airport Traffic Report, along with data showing the lasting impact of COVID-19 on air transport demand

Mindtree launches digital health passport

Tech firm Mindtree has unveiled it digital health passport, designed to improve the passenger experience amid changing travel regulations

SITA offers digital solution for free

SITA is to make its Digital Travel Declaration solution available to governments free of charge to support the recovery of the travel industry