Some 100,000 jobs could be furloughed and many small U.S. cities will lose air service on Oct. 1 if the U.S. Congress and the White House do not act immediately on a new bill that would extend the government Payroll Support Program (PSP) for airline workers, airline CEOs and labor group leaders warned.
With European governments coming under sustained attack from airlines and passengers for their myriad quarantine rule changes, ULCC Wizz Air has introduced an interactive website map feature to show prospective travelers the health regulations covering their destinations.
The CEOs of Dubai and London Heathrow airports believe bilateral testing trials could set the scene for a more unified response to COVID, while Amsterdam Schiphol’s CEO warned that the current status quo must not be normalized.
Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths believes that wearable devices could play a role in real-time health validation for airlines passengers, especially in a digital ID post-COVID-19 era.
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