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...
Karen Walker

Karen Walker is Air Transport World Editor-in-Chief and Aviation Week Network Group Air Transport Editor-in-Chief. She joined ATW in 2011 and oversees the editorial content and direction of ATW, Routes and Aviation Week Group air transport content.

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