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25. SITA Develops New Baggage Tracing System with Lufthansa
Lufthansa will speed up the repatriation of delayed or mishandled bags to passengers after it launches baggage tracing technology jointly developed with global air transport IT specialist, SITA. The new-generation WorldTracer system provides Lufthansa agents access to a new, user-friendly desktop interface that makes it easier to record delayed baggage and trace the missing bags no
26. Qantas to Suspend All Scheduled International Flights Until at Least June 2020
Earlier this week, Qantas and Jetstar confirmed plans to cut 90 per cent of international flying and about 60 per cent of domestic flights. Now, with the Australian Federal Government recommending against all overseas travel from Australia, the Qantas Group has announced that regularly scheduled international flights will continue until late March to assist with repatriation and wi
27. IATA Urges Governments to Enable Airlines to Repatriate Blocked Funds
IATA has urged governments to abide by international agreements and treaty obligations to enable airlines to repatriate close to nearly $1 billion in blocked funds from the sale of tickets, cargo space, and other activities. Approximately $963 million in airline funds are being blocked from repatriation in nearly 20 countries. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 20 August 2021.
28. IATA Urges Venezuelan Government to Reform Air Transport Policies
Passenger traffic in Venezuela fell 8.5% in 2014 compared to a year earlier. The decline, in sharp contrast to other key economies in the region which reported growth, outpaced the 3.0% GDP contraction in Venezuela during the same period, reflecting the growing impact of current government policies on airlines, including restrictions on the repatriation of currency.
29. Air Canada Organises Two Extra Flights from Quito, Ecuador
Air Canada, in collaboration with the Government of Canada, has organsed two more repatriation flights from Quito, Ecuador.
30. American Airlines to Operate Repatriation Flights from Honduras and Brazil
American Airlines is to operate seven special flights between Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and four Latin American cities so that it can help to bring customers home in light of government travel restrictions related to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic. The flights will commence today, 26 March 2020.
31. Wizz Air Improves Service with SITA WorldTracer
Wizz Air, one of the fastest growing airlines in Europe, has introduced SITA WorldTracer to help it speed up the repatriation of mishandled bags to passengers. WorldTracer is used by more than 460 airlines and ground handlers in more than 2,800 airports globally.
32. Venezuela Still Blocking $4.1 Billion Owed to Airlines
IATA has called on the Venezuelan government to honor the commitment it made in March to permit airlines to repatriate in full and at fair exchange rates airline funds being blocked in the country. While the government has permitted the repatriation of $424 million shared among a number of airlines, continuing sales in the country have seen the total amount owed grow to a staggerin

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