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IATA IATA: Ini Standar Distribusi Vaksin Covid-19 untuk Kargo Udara - Ekonomi Bisnis.com
24 Nov 2020 13:02 (5 jam lalu) - Bisnis.com, JAKARTA - International Air Transport Association (IATA) merilis panduan standar untuk memastikan bahwa industri kargo udara siap mendukung penanganan, pengangkutan, dan distribusi vaksin Covid-19 berskala besar termasuk menghadapi tantangan yang mungkin timbul. CEO IATA Alexandre de Juniac mengatakan pengiriman miliaran dosis vaksin yang harus diangkut dan disimpan dalam keadaan beku ke seluruh dunia secara efisien akan melibatkan tantangan logistik yang sangat kompleks di seluruh rantai pasok. Sementara itu, tantangan langsungnya adalah penerapan langkah-langkah pengujian Covid-19 untuk membuka kembali perbatasan tanpa karantin ...
IATA Former IAG boss Walsh named to head airline body IATA By Reuters
23 Nov 2020 20:53 (21 jam lalu) - PARIS (Reuters) - Former IAG (LON: ICAG) boss Willie Walsh will be nominated to succeed IATA Director General Alexandre de Juniac, who is stepping down in March, the global airline body said on Monday. De Juniac, a former Air France-KLM CEO who has led IATA since 2016, made known his intention to step down several months ago, the organisation said in a statement.
IATA Airline body IATA develops mobile apps for COVID-era travel By Reuters
23 Nov 2020 18:49 (1 hari 1 menit lalu) - PARIS (Reuters) - Global aviation body IATA is developing a set of mobile apps to help passengers to navigate COVID-19 travel restrictions and securely share test and vaccine certificates with airlines and governments, it said on Monday. The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents many of the world's major airlines, plans to pilot the Travel Pass platform by year-end and deploy it for Android and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iOS phones in the first half of next year. Airlines are pressing governments to replace traffic-stifling quarantine requirements with systematic COVID-19 testing, with some success. "Our main priority ...
IATA Travel restrictions challenge vaccine rollout, airlines warn By Reuters
16 Nov 2020 19:36 (7 hari lalu) - PARIS (Reuters) - Air cargo operators may struggle to distribute new COVID-19 vaccines effectively unless pandemic travel restrictions are eased, global airlines cautioned on Monday. The warning came in vaccine transport guidelines issued by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which is pushing governments to replace travel curbs and quarantines with testing. "If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised," the IATA document said. Moderna Inc (O: MRNA) said on Monday its experimental COVID-19 vaccine had proved ...
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IATA PHK Massal di Industri Penerbangan, IATA Desak Intervensi Pemerintah - Ekonomi Bisnis.com
12 Nov 2020 17:58 (12 hari lalu) - Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – Asosiasi Transportasi Udara Internasional (IATA) dan Federasi Pekerja Transportasi Internasional (ITF) menyerukan intervensi pemerintah global untuk mencegah bencana ketenagakerjaan di industri penerbangan. Perkiraan dari Air Transport Action Group menunjukkan sekitar 4,8 juta pekerjaan pekerja penerbangan mengalami resiko akibat penurunan permintaan perjalanan udara lebih dari 75 persen. Dampak dari pembatasan perbatasan dan tindakan karantina terkait Covid-19 telah secara efektif menutup industri penerbangan, melarang penerbangan pesawat, dan membuat infrastruktur dan kapasitas produksi pesawat menganggur. Baca Juga ...
IATA COVID crisis will result in fewer airline companies: IATA airlines group head By Reuters
30 Oct 2020 16:07 (25 hari lalu) - PARIS (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic will result in fewer airline companies, as a result of firms being taken over or going under, said the head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) on Friday. "It is likely that the sector will come out of this crisis smaller than before, which is to say there will be fewer players, who will likely be smaller than before," he told BFM Business radio.
IATA Risk of inflight spread of COVID-19 'very low', not zero: WHO By Reuters
22 Oct 2020 21:03 (1 bulan 2 hari lalu) - By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - The risk of COVID-19 spreading on flights appears "very low" but cannot be ruled out, despite studies showing only a small number of cases, the World Health Organization (WHO) said. "In-flight transmission is possible but the risk appears to be very low, given the volume of travellers and the small number of case reports. The fact that transmission is not widely documented in the published literature does not, however, mean it does not happen," the WHO said in a statement to Reuters. The characterisation of the risk echoes the findings of a U.S. Defense Department study that last week described the p ...
IATA 'Bad math': Airlines' COVID safety analysis challenged by expert By Reuters
19 Oct 2020 17:16 (1 bulan 6 hari lalu) - By Laurence Frost PARIS (Reuters) - A campaign by coronavirus-stricken aviation giants to persuade the world it's safe to fly has been questioned by one of the scientists whose research it draws upon. Dr David Freedman, a U.S. infectious diseases specialist, said he declined to take part in a recent presentation by global airline body IATA with planemakers Airbus, Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Embraer that cited his work. While he welcomed some industry findings as "encouraging", Freedman said a key assertion about the improbability of catching COVID-19 on planes was based on "bad math". Airlines and planemakers are anxious to restart internation ...
IATA Airline traffic upturn stalled since 75% August decline: IATA By Reuters
29 Sep 2020 20:11 (1 bulan 25 hari lalu) - PARIS (Reuters) - A modest summer upturn in global air travel has stalled since August, when traffic was down 75%, the airline industry's main global body IATA said on Tuesday. Last month's slight pickup was driven by domestic routes, where traffic was down 50% year-on-year in terms that reflect distance flown as well as passenger numbers, IATA said. International travel was down 88%. Since then, "the improvement that we saw in the summer months has more or less stopped," IATA Chief Economist Brian Pearce said during an online briefing.
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