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During the period of the global pandemic, Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar is named the World's Best Airport 2021, with Tokyo Haneda Airport in 2nd place and Changi Airport Singapore ranked 3rd.

Globally, the average occupancy of aircraft is 82%, greater than other forms of transport.

While air transport carries around 0,5% of the volume of world trade shipments, it is over 35% by overall value - are very high value commodities.

Jet aircraft in service today are well over 80% more fuel efficient per seat kilometre than the first jets in the 1960s.

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Facts

COVID-19
Travel Regulations Map

  • The Travel & Tourism sector was one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving not only companies but also tourism-driven economies severely affected by shutdowns, travel restrictions and the disappearance of international travel.
  • Amid shifting demand dynamics and future opportunities and risks, a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient travel and tourism sector can be - and needs to be - built.
  • According to Chief of Market Intelligence and Competitiveness at the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), some of the top global trends we're witnessing currently in the travel and tourism sector are the following. Given the extended lockdown that we had on travel with the pandemic, vacation for friends and relatives (VFR) is now a high priority for people...
Jul
01
  • The Travel & Tourism sector was one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving not only companies but also tourism-driven economies severely affected by shutdowns, travel restrictions and the disappearance of international travel.
  • Amid shifting demand dynamics and future opportunities and risks, a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient travel and tourism sector can be - and needs to be - built.
  • According to Chief of Market Intelligence and Competitiveness at the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), some of the top global trends we're witnessing currently in the travel and tourism sector are the following. Given the extended lockdown that we had on travel with the pandemic, vacation for friends and relatives (VFR) is now a high priority for people...
Jul
01
  • The tourism sector is one of the worst affected by the impacts of COVID-19.
  • International arrivals have increased by just 4% in the second year of the pandemic; with 1 billion fewer arrivals when compared to pre-pandemic levels.
  • Most experts from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) believe the sector won't fully recover until 2024.
...
Jan
25
  • The tourism sector is one of the worst affected by the impacts of COVID-19.
  • International arrivals have increased by just 4% in the second year of the pandemic; with 1 billion fewer arrivals when compared to pre-pandemic levels.
  • Most experts from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) believe the sector won't fully recover until 2024.
...
Jan
25
Gradual reopening of borders to vaccinated travellers brings renewed optimism. Montreal, 1 November 2021 – New Airports Council International (ACI) World data shows that the lasting adverse impact of the COVID-19 crisis is forecast to remove an additional 5.2 billion passengers by the end of this year compared to the pre-COVID-19 forecast for 2021. Despite recent positive news of certain markets re-opening their borders, global passenger traffic in 2021 is still expected to reach only half of what it was in 2019, with total traffic for 2021 forecast to be only 4.6 billion of the 9.2 billion passengers served two years ago...
Nov
01
Gradual reopening of borders to vaccinated travellers brings renewed optimism. Montreal, 1 November 2021 – New Airports Council International (ACI) World data shows that the lasting adverse impact of the COVID-19 crisis is forecast to remove an additional 5.2 billion passengers by the end of this year compared to the pre-COVID-19 forecast for 2021. Despite recent positive news of certain markets re-opening their borders, global passenger traffic in 2021 is still expected to reach only half of what it was in 2019, with total traffic for 2021 forecast to be only 4.6 billion of the 9.2 billion passengers served two years ago...
Nov
01
ground handling safety conference
September 13-15, 2022
Paris le Bourget •
The expo will be delivered by the GSE community, focusing on the needs of the GSE community.Top of Form

GSE Expo Europe will be a dedicated community hub for GSE suppliers and users. A place where companies supplying different types of GSE can pool ideas and share innovations to help operators rise to the challenges of the post-pandemic landscape.

Key focuses of the show will be product innovations and technologies that improve safety, autonomous GSE and hybrid/electrical vehicles and battery technology. This is a dedicated forum for driving stakeholder collaboration and best practice sharing between equipment suppliers and frontline airport users.
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September 13-15, 2022
Paris le Bourget •
The expo will be delivered by the GSE community, focusing on the needs of the GSE community.Top of Form

GSE Expo Europe will be a dedicated community hub for GSE suppliers and users. A place where companies supplying different types of GSE can pool ideas and share innovations to help operators rise to the challenges of the post-pandemic landscape.

Key focuses of the show will be product innovations and technologies that improve safety, autonomous GSE and hybrid/electrical vehicles and battery technology. This is a dedicated forum for driving stakeholder collaboration and best practice sharing between equipment suppliers and frontline airport users.
ground handling safety conference
September 27-29, 2022
Hong Kong •
The World Cargo Symposium (WCS) is the largest and most prestigious annual event. WCS 2022 will continue to move the industry from talk to action.

The Symposium will feature plenary sessions, specialized streams, workshops and executive summits, tackling aspects related to Technology & Innovation, Security & Customs, Cargo Operations and Sustainability.

Join air cargo leaders and exhibitors, to connect again.
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    September 27-29, 2022
    Hong Kong •
    The World Cargo Symposium (WCS) is the largest and most prestigious annual event. WCS 2022 will continue to move the industry from talk to action.

    The Symposium will feature plenary sessions, specialized streams, workshops and executive summits, tackling aspects related to Technology & Innovation, Security & Customs, Cargo Operations and Sustainability.

    Join air cargo leaders and exhibitors, to connect again.
    ground handling safety conference
    October 16-18, 2022
    Las Vegas, Nevada •
    The 27th World Route Development Forum will return to Las Vegas, Nevada.

    By consistently uniting decision-makers from the global route development community, Routes World has made a real impact on the world's air services; over half of the world's new routes are connected to meetings at the event.

    As a destination that is synonymous with business and investing in the future, Las Vegas will be the ideal location to unite aviation decision-makers that will define the world's air services. Comprising extensive meeting opportunities, exclusive industry insight and first-class networking opportunities, Routes World 2022 is a must-attend event.
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      October 16-18, 2022
      Las Vegas, Nevada •
      The 27th World Route Development Forum will return to Las Vegas, Nevada.

      By consistently uniting decision-makers from the global route development community, Routes World has made a real impact on the world's air services; over half of the world's new routes are connected to meetings at the event.

      As a destination that is synonymous with business and investing in the future, Las Vegas will be the ideal location to unite aviation decision-makers that will define the world's air services. Comprising extensive meeting opportunities, exclusive industry insight and first-class networking opportunities, Routes World 2022 is a must-attend event.
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