Airways are working with the World Well being Group to exchange quarantine
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has been working with WHO to develop a testing system that will replace forced occupants to help revive the aviation industry.
IATA, which represents about 290 airlines worldwide, is also working with the International Civil Aviation Organization and the World Health Organization to establish a fast and efficient testing system.
“We need to be tested because we need to be isolated,” said Conrad Clifford, IATA’s vice president for Asia Pacific. He went on to say, “What we have seen so far is that if a person is lost for 14 days, it is like closing your borders.”
Clifford added that IATA, “would like to see the test before departure and, if we can find countries with similar Covid risks, such as Singapore and Hong Kong, then this will facilitate further testing.”
Singapore and HK have agreed to open the border for the first time in 7 months and also agreed to ease the pressure on the repatriation to join the two Asian economic centers. Details were not provided.
The risk of boarding airlines is very low, Clifford said, due to the inability of air traffic controllers to reduce food and magazines. The risk of contracting a virus on land is much lower than being struck by lightning. “There have been a number of air traffic control measures that have proven to be as effective as possible. As a result, it is a much safer place, “Clifford said.
IATA predicted that in June, planes could lose $ 84 billion this year and that number is growing because viral cases are not going down and the market is not yet open. However, Clifford said this year cargo planes have become silver coins due to the increase in online purchases which they say will continue in the coming years. Aircraft carriers are expected to account for more than 26% compared to 12% last year.
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