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17. British Airways Trials 25-Second Digital COVID19 Test
British Airways is conducting a trial with Canary Global, a medical tech company, to assess how its Pelican COVID19 Ultra Rapid COVID19 test, which displays a result within 25 seconds, can play a role in opening up travel. Published by on 17 May 2021.
18. IATA Supports EU COVID19 Vaccination Certificate Proposal
IATA is urging all branches of the European Union to support an initiative from Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to agree a common digital European COVID19 vaccination certificate that would enable those who are vaccinated to travel freely within Europe without COVID19 testing. Published by on 19 January 2021.
19. Korean Air Working with UNICEF to Transport COVID19 Vaccines Globally
Korean Air has signed an agreement with UNICEF for the global transportation of COVID19 vaccines and medical equipment. UNICEF is responsible for the global supply of vaccines as part of its effort for equitable access to COVID19 vaccines. The plan is to provide around 145 countries with vaccines in the first half of the year. Published by on 17 February 2021.
20. COVID19: Qantas and Jetstar Make Major Changes to Network
The Qantas Group has reduced and suspended select flights in response to falling demand caused by the ongoing COVID19 outbreak. The actions were unveiled as part of the groups half year financial results, where the net profit impact of the COVID19 outbreak was estimated at between $100 million to $150 million for FY20 a figure softened by lower fuel prices.
21. Air France Receives 5-Star COVID19 Airline Safety Rating from Skytrax
Air France received a 5-star COVID19 Airline Safety Rating from Skytrax on Tuesday. Air France is the first major European airline to receive this award, which is an improvement on the 4-star rating it received in January 2021. The 5-star rating is the highest an airline can receive in this global benchmark for certifying COVID19 air travel health and safety standards. Published by
22. Singapore to Lift Border Restrictions for Visitors from Taiwan
Singapore will lift border restrictions for visitors from Taiwan, effective 00:01 on 18 December 2020. Taiwan has a comprehensive public health surveillance system and has displayed successful control over the spread of the COVID19 virus. Over the past 28 days, Taiwan has reported zero local COVID19 cases. Published by on 11 December 2020.
23. Air Cargo Essential to Fight Against COVID19 Pandemic
With severe travel restrictions being put in place and weakening passenger demand, IATA has called on governments to take urgent measures to ensure that air cargo is available to support the global fight against COVID19.
24. IATA Updates Analysis of Financial Impact of COVID19 Outbreak
IATA has updated its analysis of the financial impact of the COVID19 outbreak on the global air transport industry and now forecasts 2020 global revenue losses of between $63 billion and $113 billion. No estimates are yet available for the impact on cargo operations.

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