IATA’s Walsh Blasts Government Inaction On UK-U.S. Travel Corridor

U.S. President Joseph Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson
U.S. President Joseph Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson meet before the G7 Summit.
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IATA chief Willie Walsh sharply criticized the UK prime minister and the U.S. president after hopes that they would announce a reopening of air travel between their countries this week failed to materialize. On June 10, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Joe Biden met ahead of the G7...

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