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129. CAE to Produce Pyure Air Sanitizers
CAE has signed a contract with Pyure to assemble and develop air sanitizers which will help in the fight against COVID19. An independent U.S.-certified scientific lab has demonstrated that Pyures technology significantly destroys the COVID19 virus in the air and on surfaces. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 8 February 2021.
130. New Research Points to Low Risk of COVID19 Transmission Inflight
IATA has reported that since the start of the year, there have been 44 cases of COVID19 reported in which transmission is thought to have been associated with a flight journey - inclusive of confirmed, probable and potential cases. Over the same period some 1.2 billion passengers have travelled.
131. Singapore Airlines and Scoot Receive 5-Star Rating in Skytrax COVID19 Airline Safety Audit
Singapore Airlines and Scoot, the two passenger airlines within the SIA Group, have been awarded the highest 5-Star rating in the Skytrax COVID19 Airline Safety Audit, following a comprehensive assessment of their health and safety measures for customers and staff across the entire travel journey. Scoot is the first low-cost carrier in the world to get this 5-Star rating from Skytr
132. Sabre Adds COVID19 Risk Analytics from GoPass to Shopping APIs
Sabre has partnered with GoPass Global, a travel risk management platform, to help deliver COVID19 biosecurity risk analytics capabilities to the travel industry. By integrating with Sabres shopping APIs, GoPass populates a quantifiable risk score onto each travel option and displays the information to agents, who are then able to better advise their customers. Published by Travel
133. COVID19: Zero Risk and Travel Advisories - Where Do We Stop?
The World Health Organisation holds a press conference to update global media about the COVID19 outbreak on an almost daily basis. It is best place to get the most accurate picture of what is happening, how the situation is developing and where it could be heading.
134. Qantas Group to Require All Employees to be Fully Vaccinated Against COVID19
The Qantas Group has confirmed that it will require all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID19 as part of its commitment to safety. Frontline employees including cabin crew, pilots and airport workers will need to be fully vaccinated by 15 November 2021, while the remainder of employees by 31 March 2022. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 18 August 2021.
135. Singapore Lifts Border Restrictions for Visitors from Australia and Vietnam
Since Singapore lifted border restrictions for visitors from Brunei Darussalam and New Zealand on 8 September, the country had, as of 5pm on 30 September 2020, approved 331 applications from the two countries to enter Singapore and received 136 visitors, and none of the visitors tested positive for COVID19 upon arrival.
136. United Airlines Cuts International Flights by 85%
United Airlines has announced that due to the continued drop in travel demand as a result of the COVID19 outbreak and government mandates or restrictions in place prohibiting travel, the airline has cut its U.S. and Canada schedule in April by 42% and its international flights by 85%.

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