1. 'Bleak' times for aviation despite vaccine hype: IATA  The Australian Financial Review
  2. GTP Headlines IATA Calls for Testing, Prepares to Rollout Travel Pass App  GTP Headlines
  3. IATA reiterates call on flexible policies from governments on air travel  The Star Online
  4. IATA's Travel Pass Expected to Debut in March  TravelPulse
  5. Global airlines' cash burn to persist until September 2021, says IATA  New Straits Times
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The sector's recovery stalled after deadly new strains of COVID-19 ripped through Britain and South Africa over the festive season.The sector's recovery stalled after deadly new strains of COVID-19 ripped through Britain and South Africa over the festive season.

Australian Financial Review

IATA is calling for the opening of borders with Covid-19 testing or vaccinations while preparing for the full rollout of its “Travel Pass” app.IATA is calling for the opening of borders with Covid-19 testing or vaccinations while preparing for the full rollout of its “Travel Pass” app.

GTP Headlines IATA Calls for Testing, Prepares to Rollout Travel Pass App | GTP Headlines

KUALA LUMPUR: Global airlines’ cash burn phenomenon is expected to persist until the end of the third quarter (Q3) this year, before transitioning to cash generation in the fourth quarter (Q4), said International Air Transport Association.

Global airlines' cash burn to persist until September 2021, says IATA | New Straits Times

Numbers show that the recovery in air travel which began in late May-early June stalled by November last year.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -Numbers show that the recovery in air travel which began in late May-early June stalled by November last year.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Air travel recovery stalled as governments shun balanced approach to tackling Covid-19 risks, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times