Alexandre de Juniac

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Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have to be firm and consistent with our message,” “We propose [COVID-19] testing for all passengers before boarding If we are firm and consistent with our message, we can move forward” External link

routes-news Tuesday, October 20, 2020 1:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

jamaicaobserver Monday, October 19, 2020 1:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

dailytimesPK Monday, October 19, 2020 4:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

arabnews Monday, October 19, 2020 2:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

koaa Sunday, October 18, 2020 11:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wlwt Sunday, October 18, 2020 9:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wxii12 Sunday, October 18, 2020 9:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wesh Sunday, October 18, 2020 8:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

Koat Sunday, October 18, 2020 8:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wyff4 Sunday, October 18, 2020 8:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

egyptindependent Sunday, October 18, 2020 5:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wkbn Sunday, October 18, 2020 3:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

washtimes Sunday, October 18, 2020 3:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

news4jax Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

click2houston Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work," External link

startribune Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

beaumontenterprise Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Last week, IATA reported that since the start of 2020 there have been 44 cases of COVID -19 reported in which transmission is thought to have been associated with a flight journey, out of 1.2 billion passenger journeys in 2020. The US Transcom research provides further evidence that the risk of infection onboard an aircraft appears to be very low, and certainly lower than many other indoor environments,” External link

AfricaNews-English Saturday, October 17, 2020 2:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Last week, IATA reported that since the beginning of the year there have been 44 cases of Covid-19 reported in which transmission is thought to have been associated with a flight journey, out of 1.2 billion passenger journeys in 2020," External link

tradearabia Saturday, October 17, 2020 12:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Les touristes veulent se sentir en sécurité et être sûrs que leurs projets de voyage ne seront pas affectés par les modifications de dernière minute des règles et règlements. Pour que cela se produise, une collaboration encore plus grande entre les secteurs public et privé est nécessaire. Ce partenariat renforcé avec l’Organisation mondiale du tourisme aidera à guider la reprise de l’aviation au cours des mois critiques à venir" External link

adiac-congo Friday, October 16, 2020 4:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is contained—hit by personal economic concerns in the face of a looming recession on top of lingering concerns about the safety of travel. Governments and industry must be quick and coordinated with confidence-boosting measures,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In some economies, the spread of COVID-19 has slowed to the point where governments are planning to lift the most severe elements of social distancing restrictions. But an immediate rebound from the catastrophic fall in passenger demand appears unlikely. People still want to travel. But they are telling us that they want clarity on the economic situation and will likely wait for at least a few months after any ‘all clear’ before returning to the skies. As countries lift restrictions, confidence-boosting measures will be critical to re-start travel and stimulate economies,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The passenger business came to a halt with unilateral government actions to stop spread of the virus. The industry re-start, however, must be built with trust and collaboration. And it must be guided by the best science we have available. Time is of the essence. We must start building a framework for a global approach that will give people the confidence they need to travel once again. And, of course, this will need to be shored-up by economic stimulus measures to combat the impact of a recession,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The number of governments recognising that relief measures are needed is growing, but the crisis is also deepening. We thank the governments which have committed to provide the industry a lifeline and look forward to quick implementation. For the others, each day matters. Millions of jobs are at stake and relief cannot come fast enough,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We need action quickly. Large parts of the global air network have been severely ruptured for well over a half year. Job losses - inside and outside the industry - mount with each day that borders are closed" "And with each job lost the recovery and impact on the broader economy becomes even more difficult. Momentum is building in support of testing to re-open borders. It’s the top operational priority. And to make sure that we have a viable aviation sector at the end of this crisis a second round of financial relief is unavoidable," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 13, 2020 8:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And the initial support programmes are running out. Today, we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programmes are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire” External link

thenationonlineng Monday, October 12, 2020 5:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism,” External link

ibtimes Saturday, October 10, 2020 3:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single silver-bullet measure that will enable us to live and travel safely in the age of COVID-19. But the combination of measures that are being put in place is reassuring travelers the world over that COVID-19 has not defeated their freedom to fly. Nothing is completely risk-free. But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight COVID-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travelers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

news-yahoo-in Saturday, October 10, 2020 10:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The detailed computational fluid dynamics research of the aircraft manufacturers demonstrates that combining the aircraft’s existing design features with mask-wearing creates a low-risk environment for COVID-19 transmission. As always, airlines, manufacturers and every entity involved in aviation will be guided by science and global best practices to keep flying safe for passengers and crew,” External link

news-yahoo-in Saturday, October 10, 2020 10:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single silver-bullet measure that will enable us to live and travel safely in the age of COVID-19. But the combination of measures that are being put in place is reassuring travelers the world over that COVID-19 has not defeated their freedom to fly. Nothing is completely risk-free. But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight COVID-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travelers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

news18 Saturday, October 10, 2020 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The detailed computational fluid dynamics research of the aircraft manufacturers demonstrates that combining the aircraft’s existing design features with mask-wearing creates a low-risk environment for COVID-19 transmission. As always, airlines, manufacturers and every entity involved in aviation will be guided by science and global best practices to keep flying safe for passengers and crew,” External link

news18 Saturday, October 10, 2020 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Systematic testing is the key to restoring connectivity. That’s critical because millions of jobs depend aviation. And millions more travellers want and need to reconnect with family, take a hard-earned vacation or support their international business needs. We must learn to live with this disease and that includes safely restoring the freedom to travel. Already we have measures in place to ensure safe journeys through ICAO’s CART recommendations,” “And trials around the world are helping us to demonstrate that we have effective testing technology that can be efficiently integrated into the travel process. We count on ICAO’s leadership to bring governments into agreement on an implementation plan so that aviation can reconnect people and economies. We need to do this with speed. Each day of delay puts more jobs at risk” External link

albawaba-en Friday, October 9, 2020 7:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single silver-bullet measure that will enable us to live and travel safely in the age of COVID-19. But the combination of measures that are being put in place is reassuring travelers the world over that COVID-19 has not defeated their freedom to fly. Nothing is completely risk-free. But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight COVID-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travelers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

modernghana Friday, October 9, 2020 3:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The detailed computational fluid dynamics research of the aircraft manufacturers demonstrates that combining the aircraft’s existing design features with mask-wearing creates a low-risk environment for COVID-19 transmission. As always, airlines, manufacturers and every entity involved in aviation will be guided by science and global best practices to keep flying safe for passengers and crew,” External link

modernghana Friday, October 9, 2020 3:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight Covid-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travellers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

themalaymailonline Friday, October 9, 2020 7:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism. But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programmes are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programmes are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through the leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year’s disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government support for the entire sector is needed. The impact has spread across the entire travel value chain including our airport and air navigation infrastructure partners who are dependent on pre-crisis levels of traffic to sustain their operations. Rate hikes on system users to make up the gap would be the start of a vicious and unforgiving cycle of further cost pressures and downsizings. That will prolong the crisis for the 10 percent of global economic activity that is linked to travel and tourism,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insists : “It is time to ask governments to take extra measures to replace or extend them into the longer term. The potential for failures and job losses in the coming months is enormous,” External link

gulf-times Thursday, October 8, 2020 12:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism. But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programs are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year's disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Government support for the entire sector is needed. The impact has spread across the entire travel value chain including our airport and air navigation infrastructure partners who are dependent on pre-crisis levels of traffic to sustain their operations. Rate hikes on system users to make up the gap would be the start of a vicious and unforgiving cycle of further cost pressures and downsizings. That will prolong the crisis for the 10% of global economic activity that is linked to travel and tourism," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirme : "Sans quoi nous aurions connu bien plus de dépôts de bilan et de suppressions d'emplois" External link

franceinfo Wednesday, October 7, 2020 4:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism. But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programs are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through the leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year’s disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government support for the entire sector is needed. The impact has spread across the entire travel value chain including our airport and air navigation infrastructure partners who are dependent on pre-crisis levels of traffic to sustain their operations. Rate hikes on system users to make up the gap would be the start of a vicious and unforgiving cycle of further cost pressures and downsizings. That will prolong the crisis for the 10% of global economic activity that is linked to travel and tourism,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire,” External link

newindianexpress Wednesday, October 7, 2020 9:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The safe opening of international borders to tourism is essential. Tourists want to feel safe, and they want to be confident that their travel plans won’t be affected by last-minute changes to rules and regulations. For this to happen, even greater collaboration between the public and private sectors is needed. This enhanced partnership with the World Tourism Organization will help guide aviation’s recovery over the critical months ahead” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 7, 2020 7:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac remarked : "We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 6, 2020 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 6, 2020 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac stated : "But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programs are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire," “Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through the leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year’s disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 6, 2020 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Unfortunately, this year's disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring," "The crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programmes are running out. Today, we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programmes are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, October 6, 2020 6:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “International demand recovery is virtually non-existent and domestic markets in Australia and Japan actually regressed in the face of new outbreaks and travel restrictions. A few months ago, we thought that a full-year fall in demand of -63 per cent compared to 2019 was as bad as it could get. With the dismal peak summer travel period behind us, we have revised our expectations downward to -66 per cent,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, October 2, 2020 7:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But it is not just airlines and airline jobs at risk. Globally tens of millions of jobs depend on aviation. If borders don’t reopen the livelihoods of these people will be at grave risk. We need an internationally agreed regime of pre-departure COVID-19 testing to give governments the confidence to reopen borders, and passengers the confidence to travel by air again,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, October 2, 2020 7:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The near-term industry outlook has actually gotten darker, something I would not have believed possible just a few months ago,” External link

sentinelsource Thursday, October 1, 2020 10:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The outlook has got darker, something I wouldn’t have believed possible just a month ago,” External link

houstonchronicle Thursday, October 1, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “August’s disastrous traffic performance puts a cap on the industry’s worst-ever summer season. International demand recovery is virtually non-existent and domestic markets in Australia and Japan actually regressed in the face of new outbreaks and travel restrictions,” External link

forbes Thursday, October 1, 2020 6:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "A few months ago, we thought that a full-year fall in demand of -63% compared to 2019 was as bad as it could get," External link

CBSnews Wednesday, September 30, 2020 11:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Traditionally, cash generated during the busy summer season in the Northern Hemisphere provides airlines with a cushion during the lean autumn and winter seasons. This year, airlines have no such protection. Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear. But it is not just airlines and airline jobs at risk,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, September 30, 2020 3:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand improved by 1.8 percentage points in August compared to July. That’s still down 12.6% on previous year levels and well below the 5.1% improvement in the manufacturing PMI. Improvement is being stalled by capacity constraints as large parts of the passenger fleet, which normally carries 50% of all cargo, remain grounded. The peak season for air cargo will start in the coming weeks, but with severe capacity constraints shippers may look to alternatives such as ocean and rail to keep the global economy moving,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 30, 2020 10:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Traditionally, cash generated during the busy summer season in the Northern Hemisphere provides airlines with a cushion during the lean autumn and winter seasons. This year, airlines have no such protection. Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear. But it is not just airlines and airline jobs at risk,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 30, 2020 7:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “August’s disastrous traffic performance puts a cap on the industry’s worst-ever summer season. International demand recovery is virtually non-existent and domestic markets in Australia and Japan actually regressed in the face of new outbreaks and travel restrictions. A few months ago, we thought that a full-year fall in demand of -63% compared to 2019 was as bad as it could get. With the dismal peak summer travel period behind us, we have revised our expectations downward to -66%,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 30, 2020 7:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear," External link

jordantimes Wednesday, September 30, 2020 1:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear," External link

abs-cbnnews Tuesday, September 29, 2020 9:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This is no time for governments to walk away ... new job-saving measures are needed, including financial measures that do not add to over-stressed balance sheets," "We need to re-open borders and remove travel-killing quarantines" External link

thenational Tuesday, September 29, 2020 8:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear," External link

afp-en Tuesday, September 29, 2020 6:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "With the cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must unite with governments and testing providers to find a rapid and affordable testing solution that will enable the world to reconnect," External link

BangkokPost Tuesday, September 29, 2020 2:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The decision to cancel the in-person AGM has not been taken lightly and in no way is a reflection on the hospitality of the Netherlands, nor our host carrier, KLM. When we postponed this year’s AGM from June until November, it was with the expectation that government restrictions on travel would have been sufficiently eased to enable a physical meeting. That now seems unlikely and alternative plans for a virtual event are being activated,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, September 27, 2020 7:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be one of our most important AGMs. The industry is in the deepest crisis in its history. And it is more important than ever for the industry to have this meeting serve as a rallying call of resilience as we find solutions to safely open borders and re-establish global connectivity, ensure vital cargo lanes; and build a sustainable future from the destruction of the virus,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, September 27, 2020 7:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Our collaboration with UNOCT will improve efficiency and increase compliance for this vital information flow. The aim is to curb terrorist mobility. That will make the world a safer place and keep flying secure for all," External link

manilametro Friday, September 25, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be one of our most important AGMs … the industry is in the deepest crisis in its history,” External link

thenational Friday, September 25, 2020 2:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “It is more important than ever for the industry to have this meeting serve as a rallying call of resilience as we find solutions to safely open borders and re-establish global connectivity,” External link

thenational Friday, September 25, 2020 2:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac argued : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards,” External link

newtimes-RW Friday, September 25, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Our collaboration with UNOCT will improve efficiency and increase compliance for this vital information flow. The aim is to curb terrorist mobility. That will make the world a safer place and keep flying secure for all," External link

irishsun Friday, September 25, 2020 10:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobs—which account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac spiegato : “Il traffico passeggeri in estate non ha avuto un rimbalzo, non c’è stata la crescita che ci aspettavamo. Rispetto a 10 milioni di passeggeri al giorno che c’erano prima del coronavirus adesso ce ne sono un milione. Per avere una crescita dovremmo arrivare a 4-5 milioni al giorno” External link

firstonline Thursday, September 24, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Quarantine measures are killing the industry’s recovery,” “Some 83% of travelers in a recent 11-market survey said that they will not travel if there is a chance of being quarantined at their destination. That is a very clear signal that this industry will not recover until we can find an alternative to quarantine” External link

foxnews Thursday, September 24, 2020 12:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisted : “Safety is aviation’s top priority,” “We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover” External link

forbes Wednesday, September 23, 2020 9:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The integration of systematic testing into the travel process will present logistical challenges and impact how people travel," External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac concluded : “If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

euractiv-en Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

midianews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic Covid-19 testing of all travellers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to Covid-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobs — which account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “helping to save a part of the winter season” External link

aljazeera-en Wednesday, September 23, 2020 8:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobswhich account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobswhich account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travellers before departure,” “This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel” External link

Stuff Wednesday, September 23, 2020 2:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobswhich account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID -19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID -19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobs—which account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The integration of systematic testing into the travel process will present logistical challenges and impact how people travel," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac prévient : «Ceux qui refusent un tel test ne sont pas autorisés à bord» External link

laprovince Tuesday, September 22, 2020 7:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Taxation aimed at stopping people from exercising their freedom to fly will make travel more expensive but do very little to reduce emissions. It is a politician's feel-good solution, without taking responsibility for the negative impact it has on the economy or the mobility restrictions it imposes on people with lower incomes," External link

gulf-times Wednesday, September 16, 2020 8:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "La protection des citoyens doit être la priorité absolue des gouvernements. Mais trop de gouvernements combattent une pandémie mondiale en s’isolant, croyant que la fermeture des frontières est la seule solution. Il est temps que les gouvernements travaillent de concert pour mettre en place des mesures qui vont permettre la reprise de la vie économique et sociale, tout en maîtrisant la dissémination du virus " External link

adiac-congo Wednesday, September 16, 2020 2:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précisé : "Nous disons aux gouvernements: nous comprenons que vous ayez le souci de protéger la population, et notamment contre la ré-importation du virus. Ce que nous vous proposons, et nous sommes en train d'en discuter dans le cadre de l'organisation de l'aviation civile internationale, avec la contribution des autorités sanitaires, c'est de mettre en place une procédure de tests des passagers, qu'ils soient systématiquement testés à l'aéroport de départ, pour que le pays d'arrivée sache qu'il y a un risque absolument minimal que les passagers qui arrivent chez lui soient infectés par le virus" External link

afp-fr Tuesday, September 15, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are alternatives to the quarantine measures currently in place that can both keep Canadians safe as well as revive the economy. The ICAO multi-layered approach (Take-off guidance) is one. The work that Air Canada and WestJet are doing on testing adds another dimension,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, September 15, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ''There are alternatives to the quarantine measures currently in place that can both keep Canadians safe as well as revive the economy. The ICAO multi-layered approach ( Take-off guidance ) is one. The work that Air Canada and WestJet are doing on testing adds another dimension. It is critical that the Government of Canada acts on these before the economic and social damages become permanent and the public health consequences of mass unemployment become even more apparent,'' External link

4-traders Monday, September 14, 2020 8:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “So, we don’t accept that airport privatisation must lead to higher costs. Airports have significant market power. Effective regulation is critical to avoiding its abuse, particularly when run for profit by private sector interests,” External link

guardian-ng Sunday, September 13, 2020 7:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely delivering Covid-19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry,” External link

Stuff Saturday, September 12, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

noticias-r7 Saturday, September 12, 2020 12:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : “O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora” External link

odocumento Friday, September 11, 2020 10:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : “O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora” External link

odocumento Friday, September 11, 2020 8:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : “O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora” External link

odocumento Friday, September 11, 2020 8:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

g1-globo Friday, September 11, 2020 8:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

noticias-terra-br Friday, September 11, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

uol Friday, September 11, 2020 7:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely delivering COVID-19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry. But it won't happen without careful advance planning. And the time for that is now. " External link

heart Friday, September 11, 2020 6:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead," External link

globalsecurity Friday, September 11, 2020 6:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

herald Friday, September 11, 2020 4:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Pedimos que os governos assumam a liderança na facilitação da cooperação em toda a cadeia de logística para que as instalações, os arranjos de segurança e os processos de fronteira estejam prontos para essa tarefa gigantesca e complexa que se aproxima ” External link

g1-globo Thursday, September 10, 2020 11:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisté : "si les frontières restent fermées, que les flottes sont clouées au sol et que les salariés restent en congés, notre capacité à livrer ces vaccins sera sérieusement compromise" External link

capital-FR Thursday, September 10, 2020 10:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead,” External link

voanews-sw Thursday, September 10, 2020 6:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead,” External link

voanews Thursday, September 10, 2020 6:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead,” External link

nypost Thursday, September 10, 2020 3:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely delivering Covid -19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry. But it won't happen without careful advance planning. And the time for that is now" External link

ibtimes-uk Thursday, September 10, 2020 3:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac concluded : “If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

euractiv-eu-fr Thursday, September 10, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac observed : "But vaccines cannot be delivered globally without the significant use of air cargo," External link

thedailystarBD Thursday, September 10, 2020 2:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely delivering vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry. But it won't happen without careful advance planning. And the time for that is now. " External link

skynews Thursday, September 10, 2020 2:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, September 10, 2020 4:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, September 9, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

africa-newsroom Wednesday, September 9, 2020 9:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever," "If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised" External link

thenational Wednesday, September 9, 2020 8:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever," "If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised" External link

thenational Wednesday, September 9, 2020 7:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The stop-start closing of Britain to the world is not a successful survival tactic for Covid-19," External link

Stuff Monday, September 7, 2020 11:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The stop-start closing of Britain to the world is not a successful survival tactic for Covid. Jobs are being vaporized by quarantine and they may never come back,” External link

news-yahoo Saturday, September 5, 2020 11:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac points out : “Many airlines will not have the financial means to survive an indefinite shutdown that, for many, already exceeds a half-year. In these extraordinary times, governments will need to continue with financial and other relief measures to the greatest extent possible. It’s a solid investment in the recovery because each airline job saved supports 24 in the broader economy. And a functioning airline industry will be a critical enabler for economies to regain their full power,” External link

gulf-times Saturday, September 5, 2020 11:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It’s time for governments to work together to implement measures that will enable economic and social life to resume, while controlling the spread of the virus,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, September 4, 2020 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirme : "La protection des citoyens doit être la priorité absolue des gouvernements. Mais trop de gouvernements combattent une pandémie mondiale en s’isolant, croyant que la fermeture des frontières est la seule solution. Il est temps que les gouvernements travaillent de concert pour mettre en place des mesures qui vont permettre la reprise de la vie économique et sociale, tout en maîtrisant la dissémination du virus" External link

adiac-congo Thursday, September 3, 2020 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Governments have co-operated to set the guidelines for a safe re-start of aviation. But they have not cooperated to actually make a re-start happen. That’s why 90% of international flying has stopped. The demand is there. When borders open without quarantine, people fly. But there is too much uncertainty in how governments are managing the situation for passengers to re-build the confidence to travel. In fact, what is killing aviation is the fact that governments are not managing the risks of opening borders. Instead, they are keeping global mobility effectively in lockdown. And if this continues the damage to global connectivity could become irreparable, which will generate its own severe consequences for economies and public health. The global protocols for safely re-starting aviation are agreed and no industry is as experienced in successfully implementing global safety programmes as aviation. But we need governments to take on the leadership to manage risks and adopt a mindset of not being defeated by this virus. Then, with testing, technology, science and determination we can re-open borders and get the world moving again,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Protecting their citizens must be the top priority of governments. But too many governments are fighting a global pandemic in isolation with a view that closing borders is the only solution. It’s time for governments to work together to implement measures that will enable economic and social life to resume, while controlling the spread of the virus,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The global protocols for safely re-starting aviation are agreed and no industry is as experienced in successfully implementing global safety programs as aviation. But we need governments to take on the leadership to manage risks and adopt a mindset of not being defeated by this virus. Then, with testing, technology, science and determination we can re-open borders and get the world moving again,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines have been largely grounded for a half-year. And the situation is not improving. In fact, in many cases it is going in the wrong direction. We see governments replacing border closures with quarantine for air travellers. Neither will restore travel or jobs. Worse, governments are changing the entry requirements with little notice to travellers or coordination with their trading partners. This uncertainty destroys demand. Ten percent of the global economy is sustained by travel and tourism; governments need to do better to re-start it,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “No government wants to import Covid-19. Equally, no government should want to see the economic hardships and associated health impacts of mass unemployment. Successfully getting through this crisis requires careful risk-management with effective measures. If government policies focus on enabling a safe re-start, aviation is well-prepared to deliver. Risk-management is a well-developed discipline that airlines rely on to keep travel safe and secure,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As a participant in the ICAO CART, IATA will work with governments, medical experts and testing manufacturers to accelerate proposals specifically focused on using Covid-19 testing to re-build confidence, re-open borders, re-start aviation, re-charge demand and restore jobs. There is much at stake and no time to lose,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines will not have the financial means to survive an indefinite shutdown that, for many, already exceeds a half-year. In these extraordinary times, governments will need to continue with financial and other relief measures to the greatest extent possible. It’s a solid investment in the recovery because each airline job saved supports 24 in the broader economy. And a functioning airline industry will be a critical enabler for economies to regain their full power,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explained : “Governments have cooperated to set the guidelines for a safe re-start of aviation. But they have not cooperated to actually make a re-start happen. That’s why 90% of international flying has stopped. The demand is there. When borders open without quarantine, people fly. But there is too much uncertainty in how governments are managing the situation for passengers to re-build the confidence to travel,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 7:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 7:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed," External link

financialexpress Tuesday, September 1, 2020 6:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed,” External link

financialexpress Tuesday, September 1, 2020 6:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed. Governments reopening and then closing borders or removing and then re-imposing quarantines does not give many consumers confidence to make travel plans, nor airlines to rebuild schedules,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 4:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of our biggest challenges remains accommodating demand with severely reduced capacity," "If borders remain closed, travel curtailed and passenger fleets grounded, the ability of air cargo to keep the global economy moving will be challenged" External link

thenational Tuesday, September 1, 2020 10:24:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Economic indicators are improving, but we have not yet seen that fully reflected in growing air cargo shipments. That said, air cargo is much stronger than the passenger side of the business. And one of our biggest challenges remains accommodating demand with severely reduced capacity. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed and passenger fleets grounded, the ability of air cargo to keep the global economy moving will be challenged,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 7:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "A carga aérea é muito mais forte do que o transporte de passageiros. E um dos nossos maiores desafios continua a ser a acomodação da demanda com capacidade severamente reduzida" External link

bemparana Monday, August 31, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As expected, the recent severe weather in the Americas region had only a temporary impact on the healthy travel demand we have seen this year, and we remain on course for another year of above-trend growth,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 30, 2020 10:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely. Evidence suggests that the risk of transmission on board aircraft is low. And we will take measures—such as the wearing of face coverings by passengers and masks by crew—to add extra layers of protection. We must arrive at a solution that gives passengers the confidence to fly and keeps the cost of flying affordable. One without the other will have no lasting benefit,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The cabin environment naturally makes transmission of viruses difficult for a variety of reasons. That helps explain why we have seen little occurrence of onboard transmission. In the immediate term, our aim is to make the cabin environment even safer with effective measures so that passengers and crew can return to travel with confidence. Screening, face coverings and masks are among the many layers of measures that we are recommending. Leaving the middle seat empty, however, is not,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We need a vaccine, an immunity passport or an effective COVID-19 test that can be administered at scale. Work on all of these is promising. But none will be realized before we will need to re-start the industry. That’s why we must be ready with a series measures, the combination of which will reduce the already low risk of inflight transmission. And we must be careful not to hard-wire any solution so we can be quick in adopting more efficient measures as they will undoubtedly become available,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end. On the other hand, if airlines can’t recoup the costs in higher fares, airlines will go bust. Neither is a good option when the world will need strong connectivity to help kick-start the recovery from COVID-19’s economic devastation,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, August 26, 2020 5:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travellers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, August 26, 2020 6:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

redpepper Tuesday, August 25, 2020 12:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travellers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardise a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 25, 2020 9:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travellers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 25, 2020 7:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, August 25, 2020 4:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, August 25, 2020 3:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

AfricaNews-English Monday, August 24, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The universal implementation of global standards has made aviation safe. A similar approach is critical in this crisis so that we can safely restore air connectivity as borders and economies reopen,” External link

businessday Monday, August 10, 2020 9:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines have been required to cut passenger services in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. But if Governments identify airports that seafarers can use for crew changes and make appropriate adjustments to current health and immigration protocols, airlines can help keep global logistics moving,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, August 8, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over the past 16 years Aleks has driven some of the most critical elements of Iata’s operations, while leading major transformational projects for the airline industry. This includes Iata’s financial settlement products, which securely processed $457 billion of industry money in 2019, during a time of tremendous innovation in financial technology,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 4, 2020 2:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Muhammad is well prepared to guide the development of Iata’s commercial offerings, settlement services and digital leadership. In normal times, these are critical functionseven more so in the middle of an industry crisis,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 4, 2020 2:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add US$230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of US$84.3 billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose US$37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People will want to fly again, provided they have the confidence in their personal financial situation and the measures taken to keep travelers safe. There is no tried and true playbook for a recovery from COVID-19 but the ICAO Takeoff re-start plan outlines globally harmonized. It is important that industry and governments follow it so that travelers will have the maximum reassurance about their safety. That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of COVID-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us. A key to the recovery is universal implementation of the re-start measures agreed through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to keep passengers and crew safe. And, with the help of effective contact tracing, these measures should give governments the confidence to open borders without quarantine measures. That’s an important part of the economic recovery because about 10% of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travelers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travelers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to markets has subsided, as supply chains regularised, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, July 31, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Domestic traffic improvements notwithstanding, international traffic, which in normal times accounts for close to two-thirds of global air travel, remains virtually non-existent. Most countries are still closed to international arrivals or have imposed quarantines that have the same effect as an outright lockdown. Summer — our industry’s busiest season — is passing by rapidly; with little chance for an upswing in international air travel unless governments move quickly and decisively to find alternatives to border closures, confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, July 31, 2020 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose blanket quarantine on all travellers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, July 30, 2020 6:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, July 30, 2020 6:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, July 30, 2020 12:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measures—financial and otherwise. A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, July 30, 2020 12:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is by far healthier than the passenger markets, but doing business remains exceptionally challenging. While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to market has subsided as supply chains regularised, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, July 29, 2020 7:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Summer --the busiest season-- is passing by rapidly with little chance for an upswing in international air travel unless governments move quickly and decisively to find alternatives to border closures, confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

aa-en Wednesday, July 29, 2020 4:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak," External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, July 29, 2020 3:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK's weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain," External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, July 29, 2020 3:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Summer -- our industry's busiest season -- is passing by rapidly," External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, July 29, 2020 3:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Summer --the busiest season-- is passing by rapidly with little chance for an upswing in international air travel unless governments move quickly and decisively to find alternatives to border closures, confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

haberler-en Wednesday, July 29, 2020 2:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And in many parts of the world, infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy," External link

irishsun Wednesday, July 29, 2020 10:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Nous sommes également préoccupés par les emplois liés à l'industrie du voyage aérien, au tourisme, au secteur du divertissement, toutes ces industries qui sont gravement touchées par la crise du COVID-19 directement et indirectement en raison de la réduction des voyages aériens" External link

french-news Wednesday, July 29, 2020 2:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dit : "Nous demandons toujours aux gouvernements de nous aider. La première série de mesures annoncées par les gouvernements avait été importante" External link

french-news Wednesday, July 29, 2020 2:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac denounced : "confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

irishsun Wednesday, July 29, 2020 1:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac commented : "Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed," External link

news24 Tuesday, July 28, 2020 11:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac denounced : "confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

irishsun Tuesday, July 28, 2020 11:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, July 28, 2020 9:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measures -financial and otherwise... (Airlines) need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, July 28, 2020 9:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measuresfinancial and otherwise. A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Nous sommes également préoccupés par les emplois liés à l'industrie du voyage aérien, au tourisme, au secteur du divertissement, toutes ces industries qui sont gravement touchées par la crise du COVID-19 directement et indirectement en raison de la réduction des voyages aériens" External link

french.china.org.cn Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dit : "Nous demandons toujours aux gouvernements de nous aider. La première série de mesures annoncées par les gouvernements avait été importante" External link

french.china.org.cn Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 7:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measuresfinancial and otherwise. A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 7:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is, by far, healthier than the passenger markets but doing business remains exceptionally challenging. While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to market has subsided as supply chains regularized, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is, by far, healthier than the passenger markets but doing business remains exceptionally challenging. While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment ( PPE ) to market has subsided as supply chains regularized, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, July 28, 2020 4:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation was the first industry sector in the world for which governments agreed a global carbon offsetting measure,” “Airlines know that sustainability is their license to grow” External link

forbes Wednesday, July 22, 2020 11:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is no secret that passengers have concerns about the risk of transmission onboard,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “They should be reassured by the many built-in anti-virus features of the air flow system and forward-facing seating arrangements. On top of this, screening before flight and facial coverings are among the extra layers of protection that are being implemented by industry and governments on the advice of ICAO and the World Health Organisation. No environment is risk-free, but few environments are as controlled as the aircraft cabin. And we need to make sure that travelers understand that,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Governments will depend on aviation to be ready to lead an economic recovery when this pandemic is behind us,” “Governments must act now with financial lifelines that only they can provide for airlines and airports to see them through these extraordinary times. Airlines and airports are in this together. The more financially stable our airport partners are, the more they can help the industry to drive a recovery in air travel that will jump start the global economy” External link

BFTOnline Tuesday, July 21, 2020 6:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligné : "La trésorerie des compagnies est dans un état absolument apocalyptique" External link

LeBien Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d’obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour [...] différer le remboursement" External link

LeBien Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligné ( about la Commission ) : "La trésorerie des compagnies est dans un état absolument apocalyptique" External link

vosgesmatin Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d’obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour [...] différer le remboursement" External link

vosgesmatin Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

msn-fr Wednesday, July 15, 2020 3:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

lexpansion Wednesday, July 15, 2020 12:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d'obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour (...) différer le remboursement" External link

capital-FR Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

lorientlejour Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d'obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour (...) différer le remboursement" External link

lorientlejour Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

afp-fr Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d'obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour (...) différer le remboursement" External link

afp-fr Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “To have maximum effect, it is critical that governments deploy these measures globally,” External link

thenationonlineng Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The survey also pointed to some key issues in restoring confidence where the industry will need to communicate the facts more effectively. Travellers’ top concerns include Cabin air quality: Travellers have not made up their minds about cabin air quality” External link

thenationonlineng Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The survey also pointed to some key issues in restoring confidence where the industry will need to communicate the facts more effectively. Travellers’ top concerns include Cabin air quality: Travellers have not made up their minds about cabin air quality” External link

thenationonlineng Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10% will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many governments have stepped up with financial aid packages that provide a bridge over this most difficult situation, including cash to avoid bankruptcies. Where governments have not responded fast enough or with limited funds, we have seen bankruptcies. Examples include Australia, Italy, Thailand, Turkey, and the UK. Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines are still in desperate need of a financial lifeline. For those governments that have not yet acted, the message is that helping airlines raise equity levels with a focus on grants and subsidies will place them in a stronger position for the recovery,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing COVID-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keep countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival,” External link

sundaytimes Saturday, July 11, 2020 10:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : «La production est bien en dessous du niveau nécessaire pour que les prix tombent à des seuils compétitifs. Atteindre le bon prix est d’autant plus crucial que les pertes de l’industrie et les niveaux d’endettement augmentent. Mais, si les gouvernements profitent du moment pour mettre en place des politiques associant des cadres fiscal et réglementaire soutenant la production des carburants durables d’aviation à la mobilisation de fonds d’appui à la production de ce genre de carburants, il est possible d’atteindre le point de basculement de 2% en 2025. Cela favoriserait un vol plus vert, créerait des emplois et contribuerait à une reprise économique plus verte » External link

leconomistemaghrebin Saturday, July 11, 2020 2:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People are clearly concerned about COVID-19 when travelling,” External link

dailytimes-NG Friday, July 10, 2020 4:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis could have a very long shadow,” External link

dailytimes-NG Friday, July 10, 2020 4:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This tells us that we are on the right track to restoring confidence in travel. But it will take time. To have maximum effect, it is critical that governments deploy these measures globally,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, July 10, 2020 7:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “On top of this, screening before flight and facial coverings are among the extra layers of protection that are being implemented by industry and governments on the advice of ICAO and the World Health Organisation. No environment is risk free, but few environments are as controlled as the aircraft cabin. And we need to make sure that travelers understand that,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, July 10, 2020 7:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. In total that's a loss of $84.3 billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose $37.54 per passenger. That's why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, July 10, 2020 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travelers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travelers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, July 10, 2020 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can expect that this crisis will have a long shadow,” External link

news-yahoo Thursday, July 9, 2020 6:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The enormous amounts of money that governments are investing in the economic recovery from Covid-19 are an opportunity to create a legacy of energy transition for the aviation industry. To achieve this, governments, the finance community and the fuel producersboth large and smallmust work together with the goal of rapidly increasing production of affordable sustainable aviation fuel,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 9, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As much as airlines want to use SAF, production is well below the scale needed for prices to fall to competitive levels. Attaining the right price point is even more crucial as industry losses and debt levels rise. But if governments can use this unique time to combine a safe fiscal and regulatory framework supporting SAF production with the direct allocation of stimulus funds to SAF production, it is possible to reach the 2 per cent tipping point in 2025. That would power greener flight, create jobs and fuel the economic recovery together,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 9, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “SAF is our biggest emissions reduction opportunity. The time is right to push it forward so that, together, we can achieve major carbon reductions on the way towards fossil fuel-free flight,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 9, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can expect that this crisis will have a long shadow,” External link

yahoo-au Thursday, July 9, 2020 7:45:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can expect that this crisis will have a long shadow,” External link

bbc Thursday, July 9, 2020 7:24:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis could have a very long shadow," "Passengers are telling us that it will take time before they return to their old travel habits" External link

thenational Wednesday, July 8, 2020 12:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis could have a very long shadow," "Passengers are telling us that it will take time before they return to their old travel habits" External link

thenational Wednesday, July 8, 2020 10:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Travel and tourism accounts for 10.3 per cent of global GDP, and 300 million jobs. It is in everybody’s interest, including governments, to remove barriers to travel as soon as it is safe to do so. And in the process, it is critical that governments don’t stall the fragile recovery by introducing new regulatory or cost barriers to travel,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, July 8, 2020 6:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We appear to be in the very early stages of a recovery in air travel. But the situation is fragile. We need governments to support and strengthen the restart by quickly implementing the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO’s) global guidelines for restoring air connectivity contained in ICAO’s Takeoff: Guidance for Air Travel through the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, July 8, 2020 6:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And with most of the passenger fleet grounded capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, July 7, 2020 11:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And with most of the passenger fleet grounded capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, July 7, 2020 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is down by over 20% compared to 2019. And with most of the passenger fleet grounded capacity was down 34.7%. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business – but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock, but predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 6, 2020 5:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The aviation industry wants to get the world moving again. We have successfully worked with ICAO and many governments worldwide to put in place standardised protocols that safeguard public health and give travellers the confidence to return to the skies. But the industry is still on the edge of a financial precipice. The extra costs of health measures mandated by governments mustas the WHO recommendsbe borne by governments. That will enable the industry to focus scarce resources on reconnecting the world and boosting economic recovery” External link

tradearabia Sunday, July 5, 2020 10:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "May was not quite as terrible as April. That's about the best thing that can be said," External link

BangkokPost Friday, July 3, 2020 2:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "May was not quite as terrible as April. That's about the best thing that can be said. As predicted, the first improvements in passenger demand are occurring in domestic markets. International traffic remained virtually stopped in May," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, July 2, 2020 3:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Governments also need to avoid adding blockers to the recovery, such as implementing entry quarantines. They have the same impact as outright travel bans and will keep economies closed down to the benefits of aviation connectivity. Governments should also avoid new fees and charges to cover the cost of Covid-19 related health measures (such as testing and contact tracing), which will make travel less accessible," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, July 2, 2020 3:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “We are only at the very beginning of a long and difficult recovery. And there is tremendous uncertainty about what impact a resurgence of new Covid-19 cases in key markets could have,” External link

thenational Thursday, July 2, 2020 12:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to carbon neutral growth through CORSIA. Today’s decision to remove 2020 from the baseline calculation marks a pragmatic way forward that maintains the intent, spirit and impact of the CORSIA agreement. And it gives all stakeholders the confidence to focus on successfully delivering CORSIA and achieving our long-term emissions reduction goals, even in this time of crisis,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 2, 2020 9:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation was the first industry sector in the world for which governments agreed a global carbon offsetting measure. Airlines know that sustainability is their license to grow. They fully support CORSIA as the single global mechanism for offsetting aviation’s international emissions. Even with the financial hardship facing the industry as a result of Covid-19, the world’s airlines have not lost sight of their emission reduction goals,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 2, 2020 9:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And with most of the passenger fleet, grounded capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, July 2, 2020 6:49:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is down by over 20 per cent compared to 2019. And with most of the passenger fleet grounded, capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 2, 2020 3:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is a resizing of the industry following the drop in demand,” External link

montrealgazette Wednesday, July 1, 2020 8:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “May was not quite as terrible as April. That’s about the best thing that can be said. As predicted, the first improvements in passenger demand are occurring in domestic markets. International traffic remained virtually stopped in May. We are only at the very beginning of a long and difficult recovery. And there is tremendous uncertainty about what impact a resurgence of new Covid-19 cases in key markets could have,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, July 1, 2020 6:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Association ) : “The entire aviation world owes a huge debt of gratitude to Jeff, who joined IATA after a distinguished 25-year career in public service and another 15 years in private practice. While in public service, he was recognised for his role in establishing an Open Skies aviation policy for the United States, and he was a principal architect of the US Department of Transportation’s approach to international aviation alliances and antitrust immunity. At IATA, Jeff established the Association’s legal team as an important industry reference point, pursuing industry objectives through judicial and regulatory proceedings and providing essential support to IATA’s many lines of activity around the world. With this team, he achieved a landmark agreement with CFM International to adopt pro-competitive ‘Conduct Policies’ on engine maintenance that will result in significant savings for our members,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, July 1, 2020 4:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I congratulate Karen, who has taken on a growing set of responsibilities since coming to IATA, including ownership of IATA’s Strategic Priorities. Karen’s industry expertise, strategic boardroom experience and leadership on diversity and inclusion have already made a major contribution to IATA’s activities, particularly during the current industry crisis,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, July 1, 2020 4:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain," "Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult" External link

irishsun Wednesday, July 1, 2020 11:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The scale of the current industry crisis is much worse and far more widespread than 9.11, SARS or the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Airlines are fighting for survival. Many routes have been suspended in Africa and the Middle East, and airlines have seen demand fall by as much as 60% on those remaining. Millions of jobs are at stake. Airlines need urgent government action if they are to emerge from this in a fit state to help the world recover, once COVID-19 is beaten,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 5:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies,” External link

jamaica-gleaner Monday, June 29, 2020 10:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is contained—hit by personal economic concerns in the face of a looming recession on top of lingering concerns about the safety of travel. Governments and industry must be quick and coordinated with confidence-boosting measures,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In some economies, the spread of COVID-19 has slowed to the point where governments are planning to lift the most severe elements of social distancing restrictions. But an immediate rebound from the catastrophic fall in passenger demand appears unlikely. People still want to travel. But they are telling us that they want clarity on the economic situation and will likely wait for at least a few months after any ‘all clear’ before returning to the skies. As countries lift restrictions, confidence-boosting measures will be critical to re-start travel and stimulate economies,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The passenger business came to a halt with unilateral government actions to stop spread of the virus. The industry re-start, however, must be built with trust and collaboration. And it must be guided by the best science we have available. Time is of the essence. We must start building a framework for a global approach that will give people the confidence they need to travel once again. And, of course, this will need to be shored-up by economic stimulus measures to combat the impact of a recession,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The number of governments recognising that relief measures are needed is growing, but the crisis is also deepening. We thank the governments which have committed to provide the industry a lifeline and look forward to quick implementation. For the others, each day matters. Millions of jobs are at stake and relief cannot come fast enough,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival," External link

BangkokPost Monday, June 29, 2020 2:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival,” External link

cknw Sunday, June 28, 2020 7:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown,” External link

businessday Sunday, June 28, 2020 5:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate,” External link

independent-UK Sunday, June 28, 2020 3:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival,” External link

sundaytimes Sunday, June 28, 2020 5:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns. And mutually recognised standards would be needed for testing. Governments have a common interest in finding solutions. The rapid agreement by governments to ICAO’s Take-Off guidelines demonstrates that progress on complex issues is possible where there is the political will to do so,” External link

sundaytimes Sunday, June 28, 2020 5:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate,” External link

WashingtonPost Sunday, June 28, 2020 3:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Although temperature checks are not the most effective screening method for Covid-19 symptoms, they can act as a deterrent to travelling while unwell," External link

Stuff Thursday, June 25, 2020 8:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 25, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns. And mutually recognized standards would be needed for testing. Governments have a common interest in finding solutions. The rapid agreement by governments to ICAO’s Take-Off guidelines demonstrates that progress on complex issues is possible where there is the political will to do so,” "There is every economic incentive to make a layered approach work. WTTC estimates that travel and tourism accounts for 10.3% of global GDP and 300 million jobs globally (direct, indirect and induced economic impact)," External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 25, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A layered approach to safety has made flying the safest way to travel while still enabling the system to function efficiently. That should be an inspirational framework to guide governments in protecting their citizens from the terrible risks of both the virus and joblessness. Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver a balanced protection,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 25, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travelers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from traveling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveler discover they were infected after arrival," External link

forbes Thursday, June 25, 2020 1:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveler discover they were infected after arrival," External link

thenational Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns," "And mutually recognised standards would be needed for testing" External link

thenational Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed," External link

thenational Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver balanced protection," External link

asianage Thursday, June 25, 2020 10:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver balanced protection," External link

irishsun Thursday, June 25, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing Covid-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies," External link

pna Thursday, June 25, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing Covid-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, June 24, 2020 11:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, June 24, 2020 11:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 10:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travelers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown," External link

haberler-en Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies" External link

haberler-en Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns. And mutually recognized standards would be needed for testing. Governments have a common interest in finding solutions. The rapid agreement by governments to ICAO’s Take-Off guidelines demonstrates that progress on complex issues is possible where there is the political will to do so,” "There is every economic incentive to make a layered approach work. WTTC estimates that travel and tourism accounts for 10.3% of global GDP and 300 million jobs globally (direct, indirect and induced economic impact)," External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A layered approach to safety has made flying the safest way to travel while still enabling the system to function efficiently. That should be an inspirational framework to guide governments in protecting their citizens from the terrible risks of both the virus and joblessness. Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver a balanced protection,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The spread of COVID-19 intensified over the month of February, and with it, the impact on air cargo. Adjusted demand for air cargo fell by 9.1%. Asia-Pacific carriers were the most affected with a seasonally-adjusted drop of 15.5%. What has unfolded since is a story of two halves. The disruption of global supply chains led to a fall in demand. But the dramatic disruption in passenger traffic resulted in even deeper cuts to cargo capacity. And the industry is struggling to serve remaining demand with the limited capacity available. We only got a first glimpse of this in February. Among all the uncertainty in this crisis, one thing is clear—air cargo is vital. It is delivering lifesaving drugs and medical equipment. And it is supporting global supply chains. That’s why it is critical for governments to remove any blockers as the industry does all it can to keep the global air cargo network functioning in the crisis and ready for the recovery,” External link

BFTOnline Tuesday, June 23, 2020 7:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In these extraordinary times, airlines need much more flexibility to plan schedules, and business-critical decisions should not be compromised by slot allocation guidelines designed for normal times. There were good reasons why the 80-20 rule was waived for the summer season. Regulators should apply the same common-sense approach again and waive the rule for the winter season as well. Airlines need to focus on meeting what consumers want today, without trying to defend the slots needed for what their schedule might look like a year from now,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, June 23, 2020 8:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, June 23, 2020 8:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In these extraordinary times, airlines need much more flexibility to plan schedules, and business-critical decisions should not be compromised by slot allocation guidelines designed for normal times. There were good reasons why the 80-20 rule was waived for the summer season. Regulators should apply the same common-sense approach again and waive the rule for the winter season as well. Airlines need to focus on meeting what consumers want today, without trying to defend the slots needed for what their schedule might look like a year from now,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, June 23, 2020 6:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, June 23, 2020 6:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo is a vital partner in the global fight against COVID-19. But we are still seeing examples of cargo flights filled with life-saving medical supplies and equipment grounded due to cumbersome and bureaucratic processes to secure slots and operating permits. These delays are endangering lives. All governments need to step up to keep global supply chains open,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 22, 2020 1:40:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “If governments identify airports that seafarers can use for crew changes and make appropriate adjustments to current health and immigration protocols, airlines can help keep global logistics moving” External link

hellenicshippingnews Monday, June 22, 2020 1:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "People are returning to the skies but the horizon of uncertainty of the Covid-19 crisis is extending. Forward bookings are down, and people are hedging their travel bets by booking closer to the time of travel. Airlines in the northern hemisphere rely on a strong summer season and a predictable booking curve to get them through the lean months," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 18, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The re-start is anything but a normal situation for airline planning or passenger demand," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 18, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The Worldwide Airport Slot Guidelines are critical in normal times. They enable airlines to plan their investments and they give consumers certainty. But these are extraordinary times full of uncertainty. The current waiver has been very useful in giving airlines flexibility in the re-start. And that flexibility will be the key to surviving the winter season. That is why we are calling on regulators to extend the waiver on a worldwide basis," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 18, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to reducing the risks of Covid-19 transmission via air travel and Covid-19 testing could play an important role. But it must be implemented in line with ICAO’s global re-start guidance with the aim of facilitating travel. Speed, scale and accuracy are the most critical performance criteria for testing to be effectively incorporated into the travel process,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 18, 2020 1:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to reducing the risks of Covid-19 transmission via air travel and Covid-19 testing could play an important role. But it must be implemented in line with ICAO’s global re-start guidance with the aim of facilitating travel. Speed, scale and accuracy are the most critical performance criteria for testing to be effectively incorporated into the travel process,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People are returning to the skies but the horizon of uncertainty of the Covid-19 crisis is extending. Forward bookings are down, and people are hedging their travel bets by booking closer to the time of travel. Airlines in the Northern hemisphere rely on a strong summer season and a predictable booking curve to get them through the lean months. But neither of these conditions are in place and airlines will need continued help from governments to survive a hard winter. Airlines will need much more flexibility to plan schedules around these changing consumer trends. Financial and operational flexibility equals survival,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There were good reasons why the 80-20 rule was waived for the summer season. Regulators should apply the same common-sense approach again and waive the rule for the winter season as well. Airlines need to focus on meeting what consumers want today, without trying to defend the slots needed for what their schedule might look like a year from now,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Each day sees more people traveling. That’s good for the economy. The numbers are moving in the right direction, but we are by no means anywhere near normal or sustainable levels of activity. Financial relief measures are still desperately needed. And policy-relief measures like a slot usage waiver remain critical. Governments need to grant that by no later than the end of July to provide at least that certainty for this beleaguered and battered industry,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation,” External link

ibtimes Wednesday, June 17, 2020 12:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to reducing the risks of COVID-19 transmission via air travel and COVID-19 testing could play an important role. But it must be implemented in line with ICAO’s global re-start guidance with the aim of facilitating travel. Speed, scale and accuracy are the most critical performance criteria for testing to be effectively incorporated into the travel process,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, June 16, 2020 7:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précisé : "Là où les gouvernements n’ont pas répondu assez rapidement ou avec des montants limités, on a constaté des faillites " External link

adiac-congo Tuesday, June 16, 2020 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Among all the uncertainty in this crisis, one thing is clear—air cargo is vital. It is delivering lifesaving drugs and medical equipment. And it is supporting global supply chains. That’s why it is critical for governments to remove any blockers as the industry does all it can to keep the global air cargo network functioning in the crisis and ready for the recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, June 16, 2020 6:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “January marked the tenth consecutive month of year-on-year declines in cargo volumes. The air cargo industry started the year on a weak footing. There was optimism that an easing of US-China trade tensions would give the sector a boost in 2020. But that has been overtaken by the COVID-19 outbreak, which has severely disrupted global supply chains, although it did not have a major impact on January’s cargo performance. Tough times are ahead. The course of future events is unclear, but this is a sector that has proven its resilience time and again,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 15, 2020 4:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines were hit by a sledgehammer called COVID-19 in February. Borders were closed in an effort to stop the spread of the virus. And the impact on aviation has left airlines with little to do except cut costs and take emergency measures in an attempt to survive in these extraordinary circumstances. The 14.1% global fall in demand is severe, but for carriers in Asia-Pacific the drop was 41%. And it has only grown worse. Without a doubt this is the biggest crisis that the industry has ever faced,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, June 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is aviation’s darkest hour and it is difficult to see a sunrise ahead unless governments do more to support the industry through this unprecedented global crisis. We are grateful to those that have stepped up with relief measures, but many more need to do so. Our most recent analysis shows that airlines may burn through $61 billion of their cash reserves during the second quarter ending 30 June 2020. This includes $35 billion in sold-but-unused tickets as a result of massive flight cancellations owing to government-imposed travel restrictions. We welcome the actions of those regulators who have relaxed rules so as to permit airlines to issue travel vouchers in lieu of refunds for unused tickets; and we urge others to do the same. Air transport will play a much-needed role in supporting the inevitable recovery. But without additional government action today, the industry will not be in a position to help when skies are brighter tomorrow,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, June 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “IATA research has shown that traffic has collapsed on key Asian routes, and this is rippling throughout the air transport network globally – even between countries without major outbreaks of COVID-19. There are precedents for previous suspension of the slot use rules, and we believe the circumstances again call for a suspension to be granted. We are calling for regulators worldwide to help the industry plan for today’s emergency, and future recovery of the network, by suspending the slot use rules on a temporary basis,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, June 13, 2020 2:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, June 12, 2020 7:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “On average, every day of this year will add $230million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of $84.3billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose $37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, June 12, 2020 7:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Governments will depend on aviation to be ready to lead an economic recovery when this pandemic is behind us,” “Governments must act now with financial lifelines that only they can provide for airlines and airports to see them through these extraordinary times. Airlines and airports are in this together. The more financially stable our airport partners are, the more they can help the industry to drive a recovery in air travel that will jump start the global economy” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 10:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 11, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add US$230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of US$84.3 billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose US$37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People will want to fly again, provided they have the confidence in their personal financial situation and the measures taken to keep travelers safe. There is no tried and true playbook for a recovery from COVID-19 but the ICAO Takeoff re-start plan outlines globally harmonized. It is important that industry and governments follow it so that travelers will have the maximum reassurance about their safety. That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of COVID-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us. A key to the recovery is universal implementation of the re-start measures agreed through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to keep passengers and crew safe. And, with the help of effective contact tracing, these measures should give governments the confidence to open borders without quarantine measures. That’s an important part of the economic recovery because about 10% of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travelers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travelers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “Passengers are expecting this relaxation to happen because it can’t last too long,” External link

HindustanTimes Thursday, June 11, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating," External link

thenews-pk Thursday, June 11, 2020 4:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “That will translate into strong incentives for travellers to take to the skies again,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, June 10, 2020 10:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "Passengers are expecting this relaxation to happen because it can't last too long," External link

wsau Wednesday, June 10, 2020 8:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of Covid-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us," External link

modernghana Wednesday, June 10, 2020 8:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "Passengers are expecting this relaxation to happen because it can't last too long," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, June 10, 2020 7:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

themalaymailonline Wednesday, June 10, 2020 5:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating," External link

channelnewsasia Wednesday, June 10, 2020 4:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating," External link

afp-en Wednesday, June 10, 2020 2:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. It means that - based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year - airlines will lose $37.54 per passenger,” External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, June 10, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense,” “The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis” External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, June 10, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation,” External link

pna Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travellers," External link

irishsun Wednesday, June 10, 2020 4:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation,” "On average, every day of this year will add US$230 million to industry losses" External link

Stuff Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:21:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, June 9, 2020 9:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add 230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of 84.3billion,” External link

india Tuesday, June 9, 2020 9:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. In total that's a loss of $84.3billion," External link

business-standard Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation,” External link

aa-en Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. In total that's a loss of $84.3billion," External link

economictimes Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of Covid-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us," External link

yahoo-au Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of Covid-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us," External link

bbc Tuesday, June 9, 2020 7:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of $84.3 billion. It means thatbased on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this yearairlines will lose $37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, June 9, 2020 7:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People will want to fly again, provided they have the confidence in their personal financial situation and the measures taken to keep travelers safe. There is no tried and true playbook for a recovery from COVID-19 but the ICAO Takeoff re-start plan outlines globally harmonized. It is important that industry and governments follow it so that travelers will have the maximum reassurance about their safety. That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, June 9, 2020 7:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of COVID-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us. A key to the recovery is universal implementation of the re-start measures agreed through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to keep passengers and crew safe. And, with the help of effective contact tracing, these measures should give governments the confidence to open borders without quarantine measures. That’s an important part of the economic recovery because about 10% of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, June 9, 2020 7:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travelers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travelers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, June 9, 2020 7:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of $84.3 billion. It means thatbased on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this yearairlines will lose $37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People will want to fly again, provided they have the confidence in their personal financial situation and the measures taken to keep travellers safe. There is no tried and true playbook for a recovery from Covid-19 but the ICAO Takeoff re-start plan outlines globally harmonized. It is important that industry and governments follow it so that travellers will have the maximum reassurance about their safety. That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of Covid-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us. A key to the recovery is universal implementation of the re-start measures agreed through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to keep passengers and crew safe. And, with the help of effective contact tracing, these measures should give governments the confidence to open borders without quarantine measures. That’s an important part of the economic recovery because about 10 per cent of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travellers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travellers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of $84.3 billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose $37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

timesofoman Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of COVID-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us. A key to the recovery is universal implementation of the re-start measures agreed through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to keep passengers and crew safe. And, with the help of effective contact tracing, these measures should give governments the confidence to open borders without quarantine measures. That’s an important part of the economic recovery because about 10% of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” External link

timesofoman Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But April may also represent the nadir of the crisis. Flight numbers are increasing. Countries are beginning to lift mobility restrictions. And business confidence is showing improvement in key markets such as China, Germany, and the U.S. These are positive signs as we start to rebuild the industry from a stand-still. The initial green shoots will take time – possibly years to mature,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For aviation, April was our cruelest month. Governments had to take drastic action to slow the pandemic. But that has come with the economic cost of a traumatic global recession. Airlines will be key to the economic recovery. It is vital that the aviation industry is ready with bio-safety measures that passengers and air transport workers have confidence in. That’s why the speedy implementation of the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) global guidelines for safely re-starting aviation is the top priority,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, June 9, 2020 6:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “are positive signs are we start to rebuild the industry from a stand-still. The initial green shoots will take time – possibly years – to mature,” External link

arabnews Saturday, June 6, 2020 7:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "However, the main obstacle we see now to restart air travel industry is the restrictions on flights imposed by the governments and quarantines measures. As soon as you open borders, lift restrictions and do away with strict quarantine measures you will see flights coming back," External link

khaleejtimes Friday, June 5, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "However, it can only be expected at 50 to 60 per cent volumes of 2019 level. The question is at these levels whether airlines can generate cash and earn money. Their survival, therefore depends on the level of cost cutting plans and the speed of implementing those," External link

khaleejtimes Friday, June 5, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The universal implementation of global standards has made aviation safe. A similar approach is critical in this crisis so that we can safely restore air connectivity as borders and economies re-open. The Takeoff guidance document was built with the best expertise of government and industry. Airlines strongly support it. Now we are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonization and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers,” External link

dailytimes-NG Friday, June 5, 2020 9:06:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This layering of measures should give travellers and crew the confidence they need to fly again. And we are committed to working with our partners to continuously improve these measures as medical science, technology and the pandemic evolve,” External link

dailytimes-NG Friday, June 5, 2020 9:06:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “should be flexible and targeted to ensure that a vibrant and competitive global aviation sector will drive the economic recovery” External link

dailytimes-NG Friday, June 5, 2020 9:06:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While many have responded with speed and clarity to facilitate the movement of cargo, government red-tape—particularly in Africa and Latin America—is preventing the industry from flexibly deploying aircraft to meet the demands of the pandemic and the global economy,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, June 5, 2020 7:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines strongly support it. Now, we are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly, because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, June 5, 2020 7:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This layering of measures should give travelers and crew the confidence they need to fly again. And we are committed to working with our partners to continuously improve these measures as medical science, technology and the pandemic evolve,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, June 5, 2020 7:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The leadership of ICAO and the commitment of our fellow CART members have combined to quickly lay the foundation for a safe restoration of air transport amid the COVID-19 crisis. We salute the unity of purpose that guided aviation’s stakeholders to a solid conclusion. Moreover, we fully support CART’s findings and look forward to working with governments for a well-coordinated systematic implementation that will enable flights to resume, borders to open and quarantine measures to be lifted,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, June 5, 2020 7:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "As orientações precisam ser estabelecidas rapidamente" External link

extra Thursday, June 4, 2020 3:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “April was a disaster for aviation as air travel almost entirely stopped. But April may also represent the nadir of the crisis. Flight numbers are increasing. Countries are beginning to lift mobility restrictions. And business confidence is showing improvement in key markets such as China, Germany, and the US. These are positive signs as we start to rebuild the industry from a stand-still. The initial green shoots will take timepossibly yearsto mature,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 3, 2020 5:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The guidelines need to be in place quickly," External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, June 3, 2020 1:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Governments need to continue to ensure that vital supply lines remain open and efficient. While many have responded with speed and clarity to facilitate the movement of cargo, red-tape—particularly in Africa and Latin America—is preventing the industry from flexibly deploying aircraft to meet the demands of the pandemic and the global economy,” External link

thenational Wednesday, June 3, 2020 12:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "While many have responded with speed and clarity to facilitate the movement of cargo, government red-tape -- particularly in Africa and Latin America -- is preventing the industry from flexibly deploying aircraft to meet the demands of the pandemic and the global economy," External link

irishsun Wednesday, June 3, 2020 10:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines strongly support it. Now we are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly, because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in the economic recovery,” External link

Hindu Wednesday, June 3, 2020 2:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The guidelines need to be in place quickly,” External link

GulfDailyNews Wednesday, June 3, 2020 12:11:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The guidelines need to be in place quickly," External link

channelnewsasia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The guidelines need to be in place quickly," External link

channelnewsasia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 6:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This layering of measures should give travellers and crew the confidence they need to fly again. And we are committed to working with our partners to continuously improve these measures as medical science, technology and the pandemic evolve," External link

wam-en Tuesday, June 2, 2020 1:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This layering of measures should give travellers and crew the confidence they need to fly again. And we are committed to working with our partners to continuously improve these measures as medical science, technology and the pandemic evolve," External link

business-standard Tuesday, June 2, 2020 12:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers," External link

business-standard Tuesday, June 2, 2020 12:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This layering of measures should give travellers and crew the confidence they need to fly again. And we are committed to working with our partners to continuously improve these measures as medical science, technology and the pandemic evolve," External link

irishsun Tuesday, June 2, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers," External link

irishsun Tuesday, June 2, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The universal implementation of global standards has made aviation safe. A similar approach is critical in this crisis so that we can safely restore air connectivity as borders and economies re-open. The Takeoff guidance document was built with the best expertise of government and industry. Airlines strongly support it. Now we are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly, because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in the economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travelers and air transport workers,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This layering of measures should give travellers and crew the confidence they need to fly again. And we are committed to working with our partners to continuously improve these measures as medical science, technology and the pandemic evolve,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The leadership of ICAO and the commitment of our fellow CART members have combined to quickly lay the foundation for a safe restoration of air transport amid the Covid-19 crisis. We salute the unity of purpose that guided aviation’s stakeholders to a solid conclusion. Moreover, we fully support CART’s findings and look forward to working with governments for a well-coordinated systematic implementation that will enable flights to resume, borders to open and quarantine measures to be lifted,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The universal implementation of global standards has made aviation safe. A similar approach is critical in this crisis so that we can safely restore air connectivity as borders and economies re-open. The Takeoff guidance document was built with the best expertise of government and industry. Airlines strongly support it. Now we are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly, because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in the economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonization and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travelers and air transport workers," External link

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This layering of measures should give travelers and crew the confidence they need to fly again. And we are committed to working with our partners to continuously improve these measures as medical science, technology and the pandemic evolve," External link

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The leadership of ICAO and the commitment of our fellow CART members have combined to quickly lay the foundation for a safe restoration of air transport amid the COVID-19 crisis. We salute the unity of purpose that guided aviation’s stakeholders to a solid conclusion. Moreover, we fully support CART’s findings and look forward to working with governments for a well-coordinated systematic implementation that will enable flights to resume, borders to open and quarantine measures to be lifted," External link

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The Indian carriers, like many airlines around the world, are in survival mode," External link

business-standard Saturday, May 30, 2020 12:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10% will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines are still in desperate need of a financial lifeline. For those governments that have not yet acted, the message is that helping airlines raise equity levels with a focus on grants and subsidies will place them in a stronger position for the recovery,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing Covid-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10 per cent will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing COVID-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travellers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I would also like to highlight a growing concern on the quarantine measures that some governments are putting in place. One development is of particular concern. That is the politicization of quarantine measures” External link

expressindia Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In response to the UK government’s announced 14-day quarantine measures for all arrivals, France announced that it would do the same for arrivals from the UK. Measures must be guided by science, not politics. And tit-for-tat quarantine measures are, frankly, unacceptable,” External link

expressindia Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10% will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines are still in desperate need of a financial lifeline. For those governments that have not yet acted, the message is that helping airlines raise equity levels with a focus on grants and subsidies will place them in a stronger position for the recovery,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing Covid-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "A tough future is ahead of us. Containing Covid-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travellers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10 per cent will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10% will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many governments have stepped up with financial aid packages that provide a bridge over this most difficult situation, including cash to avoid bankruptcies. Where governments have not responded fast enough or with limited funds, we have seen bankruptcies. Examples include Australia, Italy, Thailand, Turkey, and the UK. Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines are still in desperate need of a financial lifeline. For those governments that have not yet acted, the message is that helping airlines raise equity levels with a focus on grants and subsidies will place them in a stronger position for the recovery,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing COVID-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : "A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar" External link

jornaldeangola Wednesday, May 27, 2020 2:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10 per cent will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many governments have stepped up with financial aid packages that provide a bridge over this most difficult situation, including cash to avoid bankruptcies. Where governments have not responded fast enough or with limited funds, we have seen bankruptcies. Examples include Australia, Italy, Thailand, Turkey, and the UK. Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines are still in desperate need of a financial lifeline. For those governments that have not yet acted, the message is that helping airlines raise equity levels with a focus on grants and subsidies will place them in a stronger position for the recovery,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing COVID-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : "A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar" External link

WortLuxembourg-pt Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Mais da metade do alívio concedido pelos governos cria novos passivos. Menos de 10% serão adicionados ao patrimônio da companhia aérea. Isso muda completamente o quadro financeiro da indústria” External link

istoe Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : “A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar” External link

diarioeconomico Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : “A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar” External link

tvi24 Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “O auxílio dos governos está ajudando a manter a indústria. O próximo desafio será impedir que as companhias aéreas afundem sob o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está criando” External link

extra Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "O auxílio dos governos está ajudando a manter a indústria. O próximo desafio será impedir que as companhias aéreas afundem sob o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está criando" External link

g1-globo Tuesday, May 26, 2020 9:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

irishexaminer Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10% will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

irishexaminer Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing COVID-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

tribuneonlineng Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

alarabiya-en Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10% will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many governments have stepped up with financial aid packages that provide a bridge over this most difficult situation, including cash to avoid bankruptcies. Where governments have not responded fast enough or with limited funds, we have seen bankruptcies. Examples include Australia, Italy, Thailand, Turkey, and the UK. Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines are still in desperate need of a financial lifeline. For those governments that have not yet acted, the message is that helping airlines raise equity levels with a focus on grants and subsidies will place them in a stronger position for the recovery,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing COVID-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

forbes Tuesday, May 26, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Esse é um aspecto positivo para o setor porque é a única parte em operação e que vem registrando receita em alguma escala" External link

noticias-terra-br Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is important to remember that the risk of transmission on board is very low. And we are determined that aviation will not be a significant source of re-infection. We are working continuously with governments to ensure that any measures put in place are done so consistently and with scientific backing. That is key to restoring public confidence so the benefits of safely re-starting aviation can be realised,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As expected, the recent severe weather in the Americas region had only a temporary impact on the healthy travel demand we have seen this year, and we remain on course for another year of above-trend growth,” External link

BFTOnline Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no precedent for a crisis of this level," External link

ibtimes Monday, May 25, 2020 4:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assuré : "augmenter les prix de 50 à 100%" External link

varmatin Monday, May 25, 2020 11:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is contained—hit by personal economic concerns in the face of a looming recession on top of lingering concerns about the safety of travel. Governments and industry must be quick and coordinated with confidence-boosting measures,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In some economies, the spread of COVID-19 has slowed to the point where governments are planning to lift the most severe elements of social distancing restrictions. But an immediate rebound from the catastrophic fall in passenger demand appears unlikely. People still want to travel. But they are telling us that they want clarity on the economic situation and will likely wait for at least a few months after any ‘all clear’ before returning to the skies. As countries lift restrictions, confidence-boosting measures will be critical to re-start travel and stimulate economies,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The passenger business came to a halt with unilateral government actions to stop spread of the virus. The industry re-start, however, must be built with trust and collaboration. And it must be guided by the best science we have available. Time is of the essence. We must start building a framework for a global approach that will give people the confidence they need to travel once again. And, of course, this will need to be shored-up by economic stimulus measures to combat the impact of a recession,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The number of governments recognising that relief measures are needed is growing, but the crisis is also deepening. We thank the governments which have committed to provide the industry a lifeline and look forward to quick implementation. For the others, each day matters. Millions of jobs are at stake and relief cannot come fast enough,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely. Evidence suggests that the risk of transmission onboard aircraft is low. And we will take measures—such as the wearing of face coverings by passengers and masks by the crew—to add extra layers of protection. We must arrive at a solution that gives passengers the confidence to fly and keeps the cost of flying affordable. One without the other will have no lasting benefit,” External link

dailytimes-NG Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The cabin environment naturally makes transmission of viruses difficult for a variety of reasons. That helps explain why we have seen little occurrence of onboard transmission. In the immediate term, our aim is to make the cabin environment even safer with effective measures so that passengers and crew can return to travel with confidence. Screening, face coverings and masks are among the many layers of measures that we are recommending. Leaving the middle seat empty, however, is not,” External link

dailytimes-NG Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 7:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, May 22, 2020 7:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant COVID-19 testing available at scale,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 5:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely. Evidence suggests that the risk of transmission on board aircraft is low. And we will take measures—such as the wearing of face coverings by passengers and masks by crew—to add extra layers of protection. We must arrive at a solution that gives passengers the confidence to fly and keeps the cost of flying affordable. One without the other will have no lasting benefit,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 5:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

omanobserver-om Friday, May 22, 2020 2:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We’ve never seen anything like this,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Thursday, May 21, 2020 5:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Thursday, May 21, 2020 5:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Non je ne crois pas car il y a d’autres grands avions qui sont plus récents d’ailleurs […] et il y a un marché pour eux" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indique : "C’est un appareil qui a été conçu dans les années 1990, ce n’est pas un appareil récent et puis certaines compagnies estimaient qu’il n’était pas au bon coût d’exploitation. En tout cas pas à celui qui avait été annoncé et que dans , il n’y avait pas de marché" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précise : "Nous avons préparé un plan pour redémarrer l’industrie, qui est en trois ou quatre phases. La première phase c’est de redémarrer des marchés domestiques pour fin mai et tout le mois de juin. Ensuite, à partir du mois de juin et surtout au troisième trimestre, les marchés continentaux, comme l’Europe, l’Amérique du Nord ou l’Asie-Pacifique. Et puis, à partir du mois de septembre, repartir sur des marchés intercontinentaux, c’est-à-dire entre les grands continents, comme les liaisons entre l'Asie-Europe par exemple" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Our layered approach of measures recommended by airports and airlines safeguard public health while offering a practical approach for a gradual restart of operations. It is important to remember that the risk of transmission on board is very low." External link

irishsun Thursday, May 21, 2020 9:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

gulf-times Thursday, May 21, 2020 12:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : "Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges" External link

clicanoo Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We've never seen anything like this," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Empty seats don't provide added security," "But the economic impact would be absolutely catastrophic," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We're trying to convince governments to dedicate a part of the economic support plans to developing biofuels," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But we'll also have fewer planes flying and therefore a bit lower emissions," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

wam-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac concluded : "The Roadmap is the industry’s high-level thinking on safely re-starting aviation. Timing is critical. Governments understand the importance of aviation to the social and economic recovery of their countries and many are planning a phased re-opening of borders in the coming months. We have a short time to reach agreement on the initial standards to support safely reconnecting the world and to firmly establish that global standards are essential to success. This will change as technology and medical science advances. The vital element is coordination. If we don’t take these first steps in a harmonised way, we will spend many painful years recovering ground that should not have been lost," External link

wam-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We've never seen anything like this," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Empty seats don't provide added security," "But the economic impact would be absolutely catastrophic," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We're trying to convince governments to dedicate a part of the economic support plans to developing biofuels," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But we'll also have fewer planes flying and therefore a bit lower emissions," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It's the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 11:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

timesofoman Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : "Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges" External link

lepetitjournal Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:20:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : «Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges» External link

la-croix Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Re-starting air transport is important. Even as the pandemic continues, the foundations for an industry re-start are being laid through close collaboration of the air transport industry with ICAO, the WHO, individual governments and other parties. Much work, however, remains to be done. By committing to these principles, the leaders of the world’s airlines will guide the safe, responsible and sustainable re-start of our vital economic sector. Flying is our business. And it is everyone’s shared freedom,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate," External link

4-traders Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate,” “As I have said before, we must avoid the mess that followed 9-11 when governments acted unilaterally. This created confusion for airlines and travelers alike. And it took many years to clean-up” External link

WashingtonPost Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It's the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, May 19, 2020 11:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We need a solution for safe travel that addresses those challenges,” “It must give passengers the confidence to travel safely and without undue hassle, and it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus” External link

nypost Tuesday, May 19, 2020 8:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The Roadmap is the industry’s high-level thinking on safely re-starting aviation. Timing is critical. Governments understand the importance of aviation to the social and economic recovery of their countries and many are planning a phased re-opening of borders in the coming months. We have a short time to reach agreement on the initial standards to support safely reconnecting the world and to firmly establish that global standards are essential to success. This will change as technology and medical science advances. The vital element is coordination. If we don’t take these first steps in a harmonized way, we will spend many painful years recovering ground that should not have been lost,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The industry's outlook is getting darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures, but the situation remains critical. Without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery," External link

ecns Monday, May 18, 2020 5:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac afirmó : “La industria de la aviación trabaja con los gobiernos para reanudar la actividad en un entorno de seguridad. La evidencia sugiere que el riesgo de contagio a bordo de un avión es bajo. Debemos encontrar una solución que combine confianza para los pasajeros y costos asequibles para las aerolíneas” External link

portafolio Thursday, May 14, 2020 6:50:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac señala : “Necesitamos evitar el tipo de situación que siguió al 11 de septiembre” External link

teletica Wednesday, May 6, 2020 4:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I look forward to working with Carsten as chair of the Iata Board of Governors. As we continually seek to broaden the Iata membership, his experience within the Lufthansa Group will be particularly valuable," said Alexandre de Juniac, Iata’s director general and CEO. "I also want to thank Akbar Al Baker for his strong leadership and support as chairman over the last year. Under his leadership, Iata has made progress on a number of initiatives including New Distribution Capability, One ID and digital transformation. Akbar also encouraged our gender diversity initiatives, leading to the creation of the association’s Diversity and Inclusion Awards to recognize those companies and individuals who are leading in this effort,” External link

tradearabia Monday, June 3, 2019 4:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dijo : “No me inquieta la posibilidad de un gran trastorno, pero sí me inquieta que habrá trastornos en las próximas semanas, en los próximos meses, porque no se lo ha calibrado debidamente” External link

wsoctv Thursday, January 10, 2019 8:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac powiedział : "W tym roku spodziewamy się rekordowych zysków na poziomie 35,6 mld dolarów. Przyszły rok może być trudniejszy dla branży ze względu na ryzyko związane z ceną ropy. Pomimo to, według naszych prognoz, przewoźnicy mogą zarobić w 2017 roku ok. 29,8 mld dolarów. Można powiedzieć, że wynik ten będzie bardzo miękkim lądowaniem, które zapewni bezpieczną rentowność branży" External link

pap Thursday, December 8, 2016 5:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : “People want to fly. Demand for air travel over the next two decades is set to double. Enabling people and nations to trade, explore, and share the benefits of innovation and economic prosperity makes our world a better place," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA director general and chief executive officer. The forecast for passenger growth confirms that the biggest driver of demand will be the Asia-Pacific region. It is expected to be the source of more than half the new passengers over the next 20 years. China will displace the United States as the world’s largest aviation market around 2029, the note said. India will displace the UK for third place in 2026, while Indonesia enters the top ten at the expense of Italy. Growth will also increasingly be driven within developing markets. Over the past decade the developing world’s share of total passenger traffic has risen from 24 per cent to nearly 40 per cent, and this trend is set to continue, IATA said. The 20-year forecast puts forward three scenarios. The central scenario foresees a doubling of passengers with a 3.7 per cent annual CAGR. If trade liberalisation gathers pace, demand could triple the 2015 level. Conversely, if the current trend towards trade protectionism gathers strength, growth could cool to 2.5 per cent annual CAGR which would see passenger numbers reach 5.8 billion by 2035. The five fastest-growing markets in terms of additional passengers per year over the forecast period will be China (817 million new passengers for a total of 1.3 billion); United States (484 million new passengers for a total of 1.1 billion); India (322 million new passengers for a total of 442 million); Indonesia (135 million new passengers for a total of 242 million); and Vietnam (112 million new passengers for a total of 150 million). "Economic growth is the only durable solution for the world’s current economic woes. Yet we see governments raising barriers to trade rather than making it easier. If this continues in the long-term, it will mean slower growth and the world will be poorer for it,” External link

zawya-palestine Wednesday, October 19, 2016 1:51:00 PM EAT



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Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : “People want to fly. Demand for air travel over the next two decades is set to double. Enabling people and nations to trade, explore, and share the benefits of innovation and economic prosperity makes our world a better place," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA director general and chief executive officer. The forecast for passenger growth confirms that the biggest driver of demand will be the Asia-Pacific region. It is expected to be the source of more than half the new passengers over the next 20 years. China will displace the United States as the world’s largest aviation market around 2029, the note said. India will displace the UK for third place in 2026, while Indonesia enters the top ten at the expense of Italy. Growth will also increasingly be driven within developing markets. Over the past decade the developing world’s share of total passenger traffic has risen from 24 per cent to nearly 40 per cent, and this trend is set to continue, IATA said. The 20-year forecast puts forward three scenarios. The central scenario foresees a doubling of passengers with a 3.7 per cent annual CAGR. If trade liberalisation gathers pace, demand could triple the 2015 level. Conversely, if the current trend towards trade protectionism gathers strength, growth could cool to 2.5 per cent annual CAGR which would see passenger numbers reach 5.8 billion by 2035. The five fastest-growing markets in terms of additional passengers per year over the forecast period will be China (817 million new passengers for a total of 1.3 billion); United States (484 million new passengers for a total of 1.1 billion); India (322 million new passengers for a total of 442 million); Indonesia (135 million new passengers for a total of 242 million); and Vietnam (112 million new passengers for a total of 150 million). "Economic growth is the only durable solution for the world’s current economic woes. Yet we see governments raising barriers to trade rather than making it easier. If this continues in the long-term, it will mean slower growth and the world will be poorer for it,” External link

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Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have to be firm and consistent with our message,” “We propose [COVID-19] testing for all passengers before boarding If we are firm and consistent with our message, we can move forward” External link

routes-news Tuesday, October 20, 2020 1:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

jamaicaobserver Monday, October 19, 2020 1:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

dailytimesPK Monday, October 19, 2020 4:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

arabnews Monday, October 19, 2020 2:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

koaa Sunday, October 18, 2020 11:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wlwt Sunday, October 18, 2020 9:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wxii12 Sunday, October 18, 2020 9:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wesh Sunday, October 18, 2020 8:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

Koat Sunday, October 18, 2020 8:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wyff4 Sunday, October 18, 2020 8:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

egyptindependent Sunday, October 18, 2020 5:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

wkbn Sunday, October 18, 2020 3:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

washtimes Sunday, October 18, 2020 3:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

news4jax Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

click2houston Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work," External link

startribune Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

beaumontenterprise Sunday, October 18, 2020 2:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Last week, IATA reported that since the start of 2020 there have been 44 cases of COVID -19 reported in which transmission is thought to have been associated with a flight journey, out of 1.2 billion passenger journeys in 2020. The US Transcom research provides further evidence that the risk of infection onboard an aircraft appears to be very low, and certainly lower than many other indoor environments,” External link

AfricaNews-English Saturday, October 17, 2020 2:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Last week, IATA reported that since the beginning of the year there have been 44 cases of Covid-19 reported in which transmission is thought to have been associated with a flight journey, out of 1.2 billion passenger journeys in 2020," External link

tradearabia Saturday, October 17, 2020 12:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Les touristes veulent se sentir en sécurité et être sûrs que leurs projets de voyage ne seront pas affectés par les modifications de dernière minute des règles et règlements. Pour que cela se produise, une collaboration encore plus grande entre les secteurs public et privé est nécessaire. Ce partenariat renforcé avec l’Organisation mondiale du tourisme aidera à guider la reprise de l’aviation au cours des mois critiques à venir" External link

adiac-congo Friday, October 16, 2020 4:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is contained—hit by personal economic concerns in the face of a looming recession on top of lingering concerns about the safety of travel. Governments and industry must be quick and coordinated with confidence-boosting measures,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In some economies, the spread of COVID-19 has slowed to the point where governments are planning to lift the most severe elements of social distancing restrictions. But an immediate rebound from the catastrophic fall in passenger demand appears unlikely. People still want to travel. But they are telling us that they want clarity on the economic situation and will likely wait for at least a few months after any ‘all clear’ before returning to the skies. As countries lift restrictions, confidence-boosting measures will be critical to re-start travel and stimulate economies,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The passenger business came to a halt with unilateral government actions to stop spread of the virus. The industry re-start, however, must be built with trust and collaboration. And it must be guided by the best science we have available. Time is of the essence. We must start building a framework for a global approach that will give people the confidence they need to travel once again. And, of course, this will need to be shored-up by economic stimulus measures to combat the impact of a recession,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The number of governments recognising that relief measures are needed is growing, but the crisis is also deepening. We thank the governments which have committed to provide the industry a lifeline and look forward to quick implementation. For the others, each day matters. Millions of jobs are at stake and relief cannot come fast enough,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, October 15, 2020 8:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We need action quickly. Large parts of the global air network have been severely ruptured for well over a half year. Job losses - inside and outside the industry - mount with each day that borders are closed" "And with each job lost the recovery and impact on the broader economy becomes even more difficult. Momentum is building in support of testing to re-open borders. It’s the top operational priority. And to make sure that we have a viable aviation sector at the end of this crisis a second round of financial relief is unavoidable," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 13, 2020 8:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And the initial support programmes are running out. Today, we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programmes are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire” External link

thenationonlineng Monday, October 12, 2020 5:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism,” External link

ibtimes Saturday, October 10, 2020 3:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single silver-bullet measure that will enable us to live and travel safely in the age of COVID-19. But the combination of measures that are being put in place is reassuring travelers the world over that COVID-19 has not defeated their freedom to fly. Nothing is completely risk-free. But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight COVID-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travelers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

news-yahoo-in Saturday, October 10, 2020 10:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The detailed computational fluid dynamics research of the aircraft manufacturers demonstrates that combining the aircraft’s existing design features with mask-wearing creates a low-risk environment for COVID-19 transmission. As always, airlines, manufacturers and every entity involved in aviation will be guided by science and global best practices to keep flying safe for passengers and crew,” External link

news-yahoo-in Saturday, October 10, 2020 10:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single silver-bullet measure that will enable us to live and travel safely in the age of COVID-19. But the combination of measures that are being put in place is reassuring travelers the world over that COVID-19 has not defeated their freedom to fly. Nothing is completely risk-free. But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight COVID-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travelers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

news18 Saturday, October 10, 2020 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The detailed computational fluid dynamics research of the aircraft manufacturers demonstrates that combining the aircraft’s existing design features with mask-wearing creates a low-risk environment for COVID-19 transmission. As always, airlines, manufacturers and every entity involved in aviation will be guided by science and global best practices to keep flying safe for passengers and crew,” External link

news18 Saturday, October 10, 2020 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Systematic testing is the key to restoring connectivity. That’s critical because millions of jobs depend aviation. And millions more travellers want and need to reconnect with family, take a hard-earned vacation or support their international business needs. We must learn to live with this disease and that includes safely restoring the freedom to travel. Already we have measures in place to ensure safe journeys through ICAO’s CART recommendations,” “And trials around the world are helping us to demonstrate that we have effective testing technology that can be efficiently integrated into the travel process. We count on ICAO’s leadership to bring governments into agreement on an implementation plan so that aviation can reconnect people and economies. We need to do this with speed. Each day of delay puts more jobs at risk” External link

albawaba-en Friday, October 9, 2020 7:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single silver-bullet measure that will enable us to live and travel safely in the age of COVID-19. But the combination of measures that are being put in place is reassuring travelers the world over that COVID-19 has not defeated their freedom to fly. Nothing is completely risk-free. But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight COVID-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travelers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

modernghana Friday, October 9, 2020 3:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The detailed computational fluid dynamics research of the aircraft manufacturers demonstrates that combining the aircraft’s existing design features with mask-wearing creates a low-risk environment for COVID-19 transmission. As always, airlines, manufacturers and every entity involved in aviation will be guided by science and global best practices to keep flying safe for passengers and crew,” External link

modernghana Friday, October 9, 2020 3:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But with just 44 published cases of potential inflight Covid-19 transmission among 1.2 billion travellers, the risk of contracting the virus on board appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning,” External link

themalaymailonline Friday, October 9, 2020 7:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism. But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programmes are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programmes are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through the leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year’s disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government support for the entire sector is needed. The impact has spread across the entire travel value chain including our airport and air navigation infrastructure partners who are dependent on pre-crisis levels of traffic to sustain their operations. Rate hikes on system users to make up the gap would be the start of a vicious and unforgiving cycle of further cost pressures and downsizings. That will prolong the crisis for the 10 percent of global economic activity that is linked to travel and tourism,” External link

pina Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insists : “It is time to ask governments to take extra measures to replace or extend them into the longer term. The potential for failures and job losses in the coming months is enormous,” External link

gulf-times Thursday, October 8, 2020 12:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism. But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programs are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year's disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Government support for the entire sector is needed. The impact has spread across the entire travel value chain including our airport and air navigation infrastructure partners who are dependent on pre-crisis levels of traffic to sustain their operations. Rate hikes on system users to make up the gap would be the start of a vicious and unforgiving cycle of further cost pressures and downsizings. That will prolong the crisis for the 10% of global economic activity that is linked to travel and tourism," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, October 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirme : "Sans quoi nous aurions connu bien plus de dépôts de bilan et de suppressions d'emplois" External link

franceinfo Wednesday, October 7, 2020 4:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism. But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programs are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through the leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year’s disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government support for the entire sector is needed. The impact has spread across the entire travel value chain including our airport and air navigation infrastructure partners who are dependent on pre-crisis levels of traffic to sustain their operations. Rate hikes on system users to make up the gap would be the start of a vicious and unforgiving cycle of further cost pressures and downsizings. That will prolong the crisis for the 10% of global economic activity that is linked to travel and tourism,” External link

modernghana Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire,” External link

newindianexpress Wednesday, October 7, 2020 9:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The safe opening of international borders to tourism is essential. Tourists want to feel safe, and they want to be confident that their travel plans won’t be affected by last-minute changes to rules and regulations. For this to happen, even greater collaboration between the public and private sectors is needed. This enhanced partnership with the World Tourism Organization will help guide aviation’s recovery over the critical months ahead” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 7, 2020 7:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac remarked : "We are grateful for this support, which is aimed at ensuring that the air transport industry remains viable and ready to reconnect the economies and support millions of jobs in travel and tourism," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 6, 2020 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Increasing the cost of travel at this sensitive time will delay a return to travel and keep jobs at risk,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 6, 2020 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac stated : "But the crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programs are running out. Today we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programs are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire," “Historically, cash generated during the peak summer season helps to support airlines through the leaner winter months. Unfortunately, this year’s disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, October 6, 2020 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Unfortunately, this year's disastrous spring and summer provided no cushion. In fact, airlines burned cash throughout the period. And with no timetable for governments to reopen borders without travel-killing quarantines, we cannot rely on a year-end holiday season bounce to provide a bit of extra cash to tide us over until the spring," "The crisis is deeper and longer than any of us could have imagined. And the initial support programmes are running out. Today, we must ring the alarm bell again. If these support programmes are not replaced or extended, the consequences for an already hobbled industry will be dire," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, October 6, 2020 6:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “International demand recovery is virtually non-existent and domestic markets in Australia and Japan actually regressed in the face of new outbreaks and travel restrictions. A few months ago, we thought that a full-year fall in demand of -63 per cent compared to 2019 was as bad as it could get. With the dismal peak summer travel period behind us, we have revised our expectations downward to -66 per cent,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, October 2, 2020 7:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But it is not just airlines and airline jobs at risk. Globally tens of millions of jobs depend on aviation. If borders don’t reopen the livelihoods of these people will be at grave risk. We need an internationally agreed regime of pre-departure COVID-19 testing to give governments the confidence to reopen borders, and passengers the confidence to travel by air again,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, October 2, 2020 7:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The near-term industry outlook has actually gotten darker, something I would not have believed possible just a few months ago,” External link

sentinelsource Thursday, October 1, 2020 10:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The outlook has got darker, something I wouldn’t have believed possible just a month ago,” External link

houstonchronicle Thursday, October 1, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “August’s disastrous traffic performance puts a cap on the industry’s worst-ever summer season. International demand recovery is virtually non-existent and domestic markets in Australia and Japan actually regressed in the face of new outbreaks and travel restrictions,” External link

forbes Thursday, October 1, 2020 6:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "A few months ago, we thought that a full-year fall in demand of -63% compared to 2019 was as bad as it could get," External link

CBSnews Wednesday, September 30, 2020 11:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Traditionally, cash generated during the busy summer season in the Northern Hemisphere provides airlines with a cushion during the lean autumn and winter seasons. This year, airlines have no such protection. Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear. But it is not just airlines and airline jobs at risk,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, September 30, 2020 3:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand improved by 1.8 percentage points in August compared to July. That’s still down 12.6% on previous year levels and well below the 5.1% improvement in the manufacturing PMI. Improvement is being stalled by capacity constraints as large parts of the passenger fleet, which normally carries 50% of all cargo, remain grounded. The peak season for air cargo will start in the coming weeks, but with severe capacity constraints shippers may look to alternatives such as ocean and rail to keep the global economy moving,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 30, 2020 10:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Traditionally, cash generated during the busy summer season in the Northern Hemisphere provides airlines with a cushion during the lean autumn and winter seasons. This year, airlines have no such protection. Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear. But it is not just airlines and airline jobs at risk,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 30, 2020 7:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “August’s disastrous traffic performance puts a cap on the industry’s worst-ever summer season. International demand recovery is virtually non-existent and domestic markets in Australia and Japan actually regressed in the face of new outbreaks and travel restrictions. A few months ago, we thought that a full-year fall in demand of -63% compared to 2019 was as bad as it could get. With the dismal peak summer travel period behind us, we have revised our expectations downward to -66%,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 30, 2020 7:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear," External link

jordantimes Wednesday, September 30, 2020 1:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear," External link

abs-cbnnews Tuesday, September 29, 2020 9:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This is no time for governments to walk away ... new job-saving measures are needed, including financial measures that do not add to over-stressed balance sheets," "We need to re-open borders and remove travel-killing quarantines" External link

thenational Tuesday, September 29, 2020 8:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Absent additional government relief measures and a reopening of borders, hundreds of thousands of airline jobs will disappear," External link

afp-en Tuesday, September 29, 2020 6:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "With the cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must unite with governments and testing providers to find a rapid and affordable testing solution that will enable the world to reconnect," External link

BangkokPost Tuesday, September 29, 2020 2:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The decision to cancel the in-person AGM has not been taken lightly and in no way is a reflection on the hospitality of the Netherlands, nor our host carrier, KLM. When we postponed this year’s AGM from June until November, it was with the expectation that government restrictions on travel would have been sufficiently eased to enable a physical meeting. That now seems unlikely and alternative plans for a virtual event are being activated,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, September 27, 2020 7:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be one of our most important AGMs. The industry is in the deepest crisis in its history. And it is more important than ever for the industry to have this meeting serve as a rallying call of resilience as we find solutions to safely open borders and re-establish global connectivity, ensure vital cargo lanes; and build a sustainable future from the destruction of the virus,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, September 27, 2020 7:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Our collaboration with UNOCT will improve efficiency and increase compliance for this vital information flow. The aim is to curb terrorist mobility. That will make the world a safer place and keep flying secure for all," External link

manilametro Friday, September 25, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be one of our most important AGMs … the industry is in the deepest crisis in its history,” External link

thenational Friday, September 25, 2020 2:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “It is more important than ever for the industry to have this meeting serve as a rallying call of resilience as we find solutions to safely open borders and re-establish global connectivity,” External link

thenational Friday, September 25, 2020 2:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac argued : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards,” External link

newtimes-RW Friday, September 25, 2020 1:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Our collaboration with UNOCT will improve efficiency and increase compliance for this vital information flow. The aim is to curb terrorist mobility. That will make the world a safer place and keep flying secure for all," External link

irishsun Friday, September 25, 2020 10:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobs—which account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

baltic-course Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac spiegato : “Il traffico passeggeri in estate non ha avuto un rimbalzo, non c’è stata la crescita che ci aspettavamo. Rispetto a 10 milioni di passeggeri al giorno che c’erano prima del coronavirus adesso ce ne sono un milione. Per avere una crescita dovremmo arrivare a 4-5 milioni al giorno” External link

firstonline Thursday, September 24, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Quarantine measures are killing the industry’s recovery,” “Some 83% of travelers in a recent 11-market survey said that they will not travel if there is a chance of being quarantined at their destination. That is a very clear signal that this industry will not recover until we can find an alternative to quarantine” External link

foxnews Thursday, September 24, 2020 12:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisted : “Safety is aviation’s top priority,” “We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover” External link

forbes Wednesday, September 23, 2020 9:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The integration of systematic testing into the travel process will present logistical challenges and impact how people travel," External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac concluded : “If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

euractiv-en Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

midianews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic Covid-19 testing of all travellers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to Covid-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobs — which account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

saudigazette Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “helping to save a part of the winter season” External link

aljazeera-en Wednesday, September 23, 2020 8:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobswhich account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobswhich account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travellers before departure,” “This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel” External link

Stuff Wednesday, September 23, 2020 2:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID-19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobswhich account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The key to restoring the freedom of mobility across borders is systematic COVID -19 testing of all travelers before departure. This will give governments the confidence to open their borders without complicated risk models that see constant changes in the rules imposed on travel. Testing all passengers will give people back their freedom to travel with confidence. And that will put millions of people back to work,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is aviation’s top priority. We are the safest form of transport because we work together as an industry with governments to implement global standards. With the economic cost associated with border closures rising daily and a second-wave of infections taking hold, the aviation industry must call on this expertise to unite with governments and medical testing providers to find a rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, and scalable testing solution that will enable the world to safely re-connect and recover,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “By calling for the establishment of a global approach to COVID -19 testing for all passengers before departure we are sending a clear signal of aviation’s needs. In the meantime, we are gaining practical knowledge from the testing programs that already exist as part of the various travel bubble or travel corridor initiatives around the world. We must continue with these valuable programs which move us in the right direction by building testing experience, facilitating essential travel and demonstrating testing effectiveness,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The ICAO process is critical to aligning governments to a single global standard that can be efficiently implemented and globally recognized. Airlines, airports, equipment manufacturers and governments will then need to work in total alignment so that we can get this done quickly. Each day that the industry is grounded risks more job losses and economic hardship,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many see the development of a vaccine as the panacea for the pandemic. It will certainly be an important step, but even after an effective vaccine is globally recognized, ramping up production and distribution is likely to take many months. Testing will be a much-needed interim solution,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The needs of medical personnel must be the first priority. And we recognize that educational institutions and workplaces will also be vying for effective mass testing capabilities. Policymakers must consider the economic stimulus that only aviation can provide when prioritizing their testing resources. For example, re-establishing global connectivity will preserve travel and tourism jobs—which account for 10% of global employment and have been hardest hit in this crisis. This is on top of the critical role that aviation plays in facilitating global trade and business. Re-opening borders supported by systematic testing of all passengers prior to departure should be on the priority list of governments,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, September 22, 2020 11:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The integration of systematic testing into the travel process will present logistical challenges and impact how people travel," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, September 22, 2020 9:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac prévient : «Ceux qui refusent un tel test ne sont pas autorisés à bord» External link

laprovince Tuesday, September 22, 2020 7:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Taxation aimed at stopping people from exercising their freedom to fly will make travel more expensive but do very little to reduce emissions. It is a politician's feel-good solution, without taking responsibility for the negative impact it has on the economy or the mobility restrictions it imposes on people with lower incomes," External link

gulf-times Wednesday, September 16, 2020 8:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "La protection des citoyens doit être la priorité absolue des gouvernements. Mais trop de gouvernements combattent une pandémie mondiale en s’isolant, croyant que la fermeture des frontières est la seule solution. Il est temps que les gouvernements travaillent de concert pour mettre en place des mesures qui vont permettre la reprise de la vie économique et sociale, tout en maîtrisant la dissémination du virus " External link

adiac-congo Wednesday, September 16, 2020 2:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précisé : "Nous disons aux gouvernements: nous comprenons que vous ayez le souci de protéger la population, et notamment contre la ré-importation du virus. Ce que nous vous proposons, et nous sommes en train d'en discuter dans le cadre de l'organisation de l'aviation civile internationale, avec la contribution des autorités sanitaires, c'est de mettre en place une procédure de tests des passagers, qu'ils soient systématiquement testés à l'aéroport de départ, pour que le pays d'arrivée sache qu'il y a un risque absolument minimal que les passagers qui arrivent chez lui soient infectés par le virus" External link

afp-fr Tuesday, September 15, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are alternatives to the quarantine measures currently in place that can both keep Canadians safe as well as revive the economy. The ICAO multi-layered approach (Take-off guidance) is one. The work that Air Canada and WestJet are doing on testing adds another dimension,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, September 15, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ''There are alternatives to the quarantine measures currently in place that can both keep Canadians safe as well as revive the economy. The ICAO multi-layered approach ( Take-off guidance ) is one. The work that Air Canada and WestJet are doing on testing adds another dimension. It is critical that the Government of Canada acts on these before the economic and social damages become permanent and the public health consequences of mass unemployment become even more apparent,'' External link

4-traders Monday, September 14, 2020 8:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “So, we don’t accept that airport privatisation must lead to higher costs. Airports have significant market power. Effective regulation is critical to avoiding its abuse, particularly when run for profit by private sector interests,” External link

guardian-ng Sunday, September 13, 2020 7:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely delivering Covid-19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry,” External link

Stuff Saturday, September 12, 2020 1:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

noticias-r7 Saturday, September 12, 2020 12:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : “O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora” External link

odocumento Friday, September 11, 2020 10:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : “O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora” External link

odocumento Friday, September 11, 2020 8:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : “O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora” External link

odocumento Friday, September 11, 2020 8:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de Covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

g1-globo Friday, September 11, 2020 8:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

noticias-terra-br Friday, September 11, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac declarou : "O envio seguro de vacinas de covid-19 será a missão do século para a indústria global de cargas aéreas. Mas ela não acontecerá sem haver antes um planejamento cuidadoso. E o tempo para se fazer isso é agora" External link

uol Friday, September 11, 2020 7:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely delivering COVID-19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry. But it won't happen without careful advance planning. And the time for that is now. " External link

heart Friday, September 11, 2020 6:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead," External link

globalsecurity Friday, September 11, 2020 6:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

herald Friday, September 11, 2020 4:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Pedimos que os governos assumam a liderança na facilitação da cooperação em toda a cadeia de logística para que as instalações, os arranjos de segurança e os processos de fronteira estejam prontos para essa tarefa gigantesca e complexa que se aproxima ” External link

g1-globo Thursday, September 10, 2020 11:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisté : "si les frontières restent fermées, que les flottes sont clouées au sol et que les salariés restent en congés, notre capacité à livrer ces vaccins sera sérieusement compromise" External link

capital-FR Thursday, September 10, 2020 10:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead,” External link

voanews-sw Thursday, September 10, 2020 6:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead,” External link

voanews Thursday, September 10, 2020 6:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We urge governments to take the lead in facilitating cooperation across the logistics chain so that the facilities, security arrangements and border processes are ready for the mammoth and complex task ahead,” External link

nypost Thursday, September 10, 2020 3:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely delivering Covid -19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry. But it won't happen without careful advance planning. And the time for that is now" External link

ibtimes-uk Thursday, September 10, 2020 3:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac concluded : “If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

euractiv-eu-fr Thursday, September 10, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac observed : "But vaccines cannot be delivered globally without the significant use of air cargo," External link

thedailystarBD Thursday, September 10, 2020 2:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely delivering vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry. But it won't happen without careful advance planning. And the time for that is now. " External link

skynews Thursday, September 10, 2020 2:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, September 10, 2020 4:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, September 9, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever. In planning their vaccine programs, particularly in the developing world, governments must take very careful consideration of the limited air cargo capacity that is available at the moment. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised,” External link

africa-newsroom Wednesday, September 9, 2020 9:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever," "If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised" External link

thenational Wednesday, September 9, 2020 8:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we assume that half the needed vaccines can be transported by land, the air cargo industry will still face its largest single transport challenge ever," "If borders remain closed, travel curtailed, fleets grounded and employees furloughed, the capacity to deliver life-saving vaccines will be very much compromised" External link

thenational Wednesday, September 9, 2020 7:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The stop-start closing of Britain to the world is not a successful survival tactic for Covid-19," External link

Stuff Monday, September 7, 2020 11:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The stop-start closing of Britain to the world is not a successful survival tactic for Covid. Jobs are being vaporized by quarantine and they may never come back,” External link

news-yahoo Saturday, September 5, 2020 11:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac points out : “Many airlines will not have the financial means to survive an indefinite shutdown that, for many, already exceeds a half-year. In these extraordinary times, governments will need to continue with financial and other relief measures to the greatest extent possible. It’s a solid investment in the recovery because each airline job saved supports 24 in the broader economy. And a functioning airline industry will be a critical enabler for economies to regain their full power,” External link

gulf-times Saturday, September 5, 2020 11:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It’s time for governments to work together to implement measures that will enable economic and social life to resume, while controlling the spread of the virus,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, September 4, 2020 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirme : "La protection des citoyens doit être la priorité absolue des gouvernements. Mais trop de gouvernements combattent une pandémie mondiale en s’isolant, croyant que la fermeture des frontières est la seule solution. Il est temps que les gouvernements travaillent de concert pour mettre en place des mesures qui vont permettre la reprise de la vie économique et sociale, tout en maîtrisant la dissémination du virus" External link

adiac-congo Thursday, September 3, 2020 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Governments have co-operated to set the guidelines for a safe re-start of aviation. But they have not cooperated to actually make a re-start happen. That’s why 90% of international flying has stopped. The demand is there. When borders open without quarantine, people fly. But there is too much uncertainty in how governments are managing the situation for passengers to re-build the confidence to travel. In fact, what is killing aviation is the fact that governments are not managing the risks of opening borders. Instead, they are keeping global mobility effectively in lockdown. And if this continues the damage to global connectivity could become irreparable, which will generate its own severe consequences for economies and public health. The global protocols for safely re-starting aviation are agreed and no industry is as experienced in successfully implementing global safety programmes as aviation. But we need governments to take on the leadership to manage risks and adopt a mindset of not being defeated by this virus. Then, with testing, technology, science and determination we can re-open borders and get the world moving again,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Protecting their citizens must be the top priority of governments. But too many governments are fighting a global pandemic in isolation with a view that closing borders is the only solution. It’s time for governments to work together to implement measures that will enable economic and social life to resume, while controlling the spread of the virus,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The global protocols for safely re-starting aviation are agreed and no industry is as experienced in successfully implementing global safety programs as aviation. But we need governments to take on the leadership to manage risks and adopt a mindset of not being defeated by this virus. Then, with testing, technology, science and determination we can re-open borders and get the world moving again,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines have been largely grounded for a half-year. And the situation is not improving. In fact, in many cases it is going in the wrong direction. We see governments replacing border closures with quarantine for air travellers. Neither will restore travel or jobs. Worse, governments are changing the entry requirements with little notice to travellers or coordination with their trading partners. This uncertainty destroys demand. Ten percent of the global economy is sustained by travel and tourism; governments need to do better to re-start it,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “No government wants to import Covid-19. Equally, no government should want to see the economic hardships and associated health impacts of mass unemployment. Successfully getting through this crisis requires careful risk-management with effective measures. If government policies focus on enabling a safe re-start, aviation is well-prepared to deliver. Risk-management is a well-developed discipline that airlines rely on to keep travel safe and secure,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As a participant in the ICAO CART, IATA will work with governments, medical experts and testing manufacturers to accelerate proposals specifically focused on using Covid-19 testing to re-build confidence, re-open borders, re-start aviation, re-charge demand and restore jobs. There is much at stake and no time to lose,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines will not have the financial means to survive an indefinite shutdown that, for many, already exceeds a half-year. In these extraordinary times, governments will need to continue with financial and other relief measures to the greatest extent possible. It’s a solid investment in the recovery because each airline job saved supports 24 in the broader economy. And a functioning airline industry will be a critical enabler for economies to regain their full power,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explained : “Governments have cooperated to set the guidelines for a safe re-start of aviation. But they have not cooperated to actually make a re-start happen. That’s why 90% of international flying has stopped. The demand is there. When borders open without quarantine, people fly. But there is too much uncertainty in how governments are managing the situation for passengers to re-build the confidence to travel,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, September 2, 2020 8:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 7:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed,” External link

expressindia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 7:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed," External link

financialexpress Tuesday, September 1, 2020 6:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed,” External link

financialexpress Tuesday, September 1, 2020 6:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The crisis in demand continued with little respite in July. With essentially four in five air travelers staying home, the industry remains largely paralyzed. Governments reopening and then closing borders or removing and then re-imposing quarantines does not give many consumers confidence to make travel plans, nor airlines to rebuild schedules,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 4:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of our biggest challenges remains accommodating demand with severely reduced capacity," "If borders remain closed, travel curtailed and passenger fleets grounded, the ability of air cargo to keep the global economy moving will be challenged" External link

thenational Tuesday, September 1, 2020 10:24:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Economic indicators are improving, but we have not yet seen that fully reflected in growing air cargo shipments. That said, air cargo is much stronger than the passenger side of the business. And one of our biggest challenges remains accommodating demand with severely reduced capacity. If borders remain closed, travel curtailed and passenger fleets grounded, the ability of air cargo to keep the global economy moving will be challenged,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, September 1, 2020 7:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "A carga aérea é muito mais forte do que o transporte de passageiros. E um dos nossos maiores desafios continua a ser a acomodação da demanda com capacidade severamente reduzida" External link

bemparana Monday, August 31, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As expected, the recent severe weather in the Americas region had only a temporary impact on the healthy travel demand we have seen this year, and we remain on course for another year of above-trend growth,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 30, 2020 10:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely. Evidence suggests that the risk of transmission on board aircraft is low. And we will take measures—such as the wearing of face coverings by passengers and masks by crew—to add extra layers of protection. We must arrive at a solution that gives passengers the confidence to fly and keeps the cost of flying affordable. One without the other will have no lasting benefit,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The cabin environment naturally makes transmission of viruses difficult for a variety of reasons. That helps explain why we have seen little occurrence of onboard transmission. In the immediate term, our aim is to make the cabin environment even safer with effective measures so that passengers and crew can return to travel with confidence. Screening, face coverings and masks are among the many layers of measures that we are recommending. Leaving the middle seat empty, however, is not,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We need a vaccine, an immunity passport or an effective COVID-19 test that can be administered at scale. Work on all of these is promising. But none will be realized before we will need to re-start the industry. That’s why we must be ready with a series measures, the combination of which will reduce the already low risk of inflight transmission. And we must be careful not to hard-wire any solution so we can be quick in adopting more efficient measures as they will undoubtedly become available,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end. On the other hand, if airlines can’t recoup the costs in higher fares, airlines will go bust. Neither is a good option when the world will need strong connectivity to help kick-start the recovery from COVID-19’s economic devastation,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, August 27, 2020 3:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, August 26, 2020 5:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travellers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, August 26, 2020 6:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

redpepper Tuesday, August 25, 2020 12:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travellers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardise a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 25, 2020 9:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travellers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 25, 2020 7:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, August 25, 2020 4:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, August 25, 2020 3:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is a call for common sense and taking responsibility. The vast majority of travelers understand the importance of face covering both for themselves as well as for their fellow passengers, and airlines appreciate this collective effort. But a small minority create problems. Safety is at the core of aviation, and compliance with crew safety instructions is the law. Failure to comply can jeopardize a flight’s safety, disrupt the travel experience of other passengers and impact the work environment for crew,” External link

AfricaNews-English Monday, August 24, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The universal implementation of global standards has made aviation safe. A similar approach is critical in this crisis so that we can safely restore air connectivity as borders and economies reopen,” External link

businessday Monday, August 10, 2020 9:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines have been required to cut passenger services in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. But if Governments identify airports that seafarers can use for crew changes and make appropriate adjustments to current health and immigration protocols, airlines can help keep global logistics moving,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, August 8, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over the past 16 years Aleks has driven some of the most critical elements of Iata’s operations, while leading major transformational projects for the airline industry. This includes Iata’s financial settlement products, which securely processed $457 billion of industry money in 2019, during a time of tremendous innovation in financial technology,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 4, 2020 2:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Muhammad is well prepared to guide the development of Iata’s commercial offerings, settlement services and digital leadership. In normal times, these are critical functionseven more so in the middle of an industry crisis,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, August 4, 2020 2:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add US$230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of US$84.3 billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose US$37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People will want to fly again, provided they have the confidence in their personal financial situation and the measures taken to keep travelers safe. There is no tried and true playbook for a recovery from COVID-19 but the ICAO Takeoff re-start plan outlines globally harmonized. It is important that industry and governments follow it so that travelers will have the maximum reassurance about their safety. That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of COVID-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us. A key to the recovery is universal implementation of the re-start measures agreed through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to keep passengers and crew safe. And, with the help of effective contact tracing, these measures should give governments the confidence to open borders without quarantine measures. That’s an important part of the economic recovery because about 10% of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travelers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travelers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to markets has subsided, as supply chains regularised, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, July 31, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Domestic traffic improvements notwithstanding, international traffic, which in normal times accounts for close to two-thirds of global air travel, remains virtually non-existent. Most countries are still closed to international arrivals or have imposed quarantines that have the same effect as an outright lockdown. Summer — our industry’s busiest season — is passing by rapidly; with little chance for an upswing in international air travel unless governments move quickly and decisively to find alternatives to border closures, confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, July 31, 2020 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose blanket quarantine on all travellers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, July 30, 2020 6:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, July 30, 2020 6:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, July 30, 2020 12:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measures—financial and otherwise. A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, July 30, 2020 12:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is by far healthier than the passenger markets, but doing business remains exceptionally challenging. While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to market has subsided as supply chains regularised, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

BFTOnline Wednesday, July 29, 2020 7:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Summer --the busiest season-- is passing by rapidly with little chance for an upswing in international air travel unless governments move quickly and decisively to find alternatives to border closures, confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

aa-en Wednesday, July 29, 2020 4:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak," External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, July 29, 2020 3:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK's weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain," External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, July 29, 2020 3:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Summer -- our industry's busiest season -- is passing by rapidly," External link

wrcbtv Wednesday, July 29, 2020 3:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Summer --the busiest season-- is passing by rapidly with little chance for an upswing in international air travel unless governments move quickly and decisively to find alternatives to border closures, confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

haberler-en Wednesday, July 29, 2020 2:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And in many parts of the world, infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy," External link

irishsun Wednesday, July 29, 2020 10:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Nous sommes également préoccupés par les emplois liés à l'industrie du voyage aérien, au tourisme, au secteur du divertissement, toutes ces industries qui sont gravement touchées par la crise du COVID-19 directement et indirectement en raison de la réduction des voyages aériens" External link

french-news Wednesday, July 29, 2020 2:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dit : "Nous demandons toujours aux gouvernements de nous aider. La première série de mesures annoncées par les gouvernements avait été importante" External link

french-news Wednesday, July 29, 2020 2:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac denounced : "confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

irishsun Wednesday, July 29, 2020 1:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac commented : "Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed," External link

news24 Tuesday, July 28, 2020 11:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac denounced : "confidence-destroying stop-start re-openings and demand-killing quarantine," External link

irishsun Tuesday, July 28, 2020 11:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, July 28, 2020 9:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measures -financial and otherwise... (Airlines) need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, July 28, 2020 9:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measuresfinancial and otherwise. A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Nous sommes également préoccupés par les emplois liés à l'industrie du voyage aérien, au tourisme, au secteur du divertissement, toutes ces industries qui sont gravement touchées par la crise du COVID-19 directement et indirectement en raison de la réduction des voyages aériens" External link

french.china.org.cn Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dit : "Nous demandons toujours aux gouvernements de nous aider. La première série de mesures annoncées par les gouvernements avait été importante" External link

french.china.org.cn Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger traffic hit bottom in April, but the strength of the upturn has been very weak. What improvement we have seen has been domestic flying. International markets remain largely closed. Consumer confidence is depressed and not helped by the UK’s weekend decision to impose a blanket quarantine on all travelers returning from Spain. And in many parts of the world infections are still rising. All of this points to a longer recovery period and more pain for the industry and the global economy,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 7:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For airlines, this is bad news that points to the need for governments to continue with relief measuresfinancial and otherwise. A full Northern Winter season waiver on the 80-20 use-it-or-lose it slot rule, for example, would provide critical relief to airlines in planning schedules amid unpredictable demand patterns. Airlines are planning their schedules. They need to keep sharply focused on meeting demand and not meeting slot rules that were never meant to accommodate the sharp fluctuations of a crisis. The earlier we know the slot rules the better, but we are still waiting for governments in key markets to confirm a waiver,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 7:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is, by far, healthier than the passenger markets but doing business remains exceptionally challenging. While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to market has subsided as supply chains regularized, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, July 28, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is, by far, healthier than the passenger markets but doing business remains exceptionally challenging. While economic activity is re-starting after major lockdown disruptions there has not been a major boost in demand. The rush to get personal protective equipment ( PPE ) to market has subsided as supply chains regularized, enabling shippers to use cheaper sea and rail options. And the capacity crunch continues because passenger operations are recovering very slowly,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, July 28, 2020 4:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation was the first industry sector in the world for which governments agreed a global carbon offsetting measure,” “Airlines know that sustainability is their license to grow” External link

forbes Wednesday, July 22, 2020 11:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is no secret that passengers have concerns about the risk of transmission onboard,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “They should be reassured by the many built-in anti-virus features of the air flow system and forward-facing seating arrangements. On top of this, screening before flight and facial coverings are among the extra layers of protection that are being implemented by industry and governments on the advice of ICAO and the World Health Organisation. No environment is risk-free, but few environments are as controlled as the aircraft cabin. And we need to make sure that travelers understand that,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Governments will depend on aviation to be ready to lead an economic recovery when this pandemic is behind us,” “Governments must act now with financial lifelines that only they can provide for airlines and airports to see them through these extraordinary times. Airlines and airports are in this together. The more financially stable our airport partners are, the more they can help the industry to drive a recovery in air travel that will jump start the global economy” External link

BFTOnline Tuesday, July 21, 2020 6:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligné : "La trésorerie des compagnies est dans un état absolument apocalyptique" External link

LeBien Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d’obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour [...] différer le remboursement" External link

LeBien Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligné ( about la Commission ) : "La trésorerie des compagnies est dans un état absolument apocalyptique" External link

vosgesmatin Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d’obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour [...] différer le remboursement" External link

vosgesmatin Wednesday, July 15, 2020 7:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

msn-fr Wednesday, July 15, 2020 3:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

lexpansion Wednesday, July 15, 2020 12:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d'obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour (...) différer le remboursement" External link

capital-FR Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

lorientlejour Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d'obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour (...) différer le remboursement" External link

lorientlejour Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirmé : "Nous demandons l'aide des passagers (...), c'est vrai, et nous la demandons à genoux" External link

afp-fr Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Nous essayons d'obtenir encore de la Commission européenne le pouvoir de présenter des avoirs pour (...) différer le remboursement" External link

afp-fr Wednesday, July 15, 2020 11:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “To have maximum effect, it is critical that governments deploy these measures globally,” External link

thenationonlineng Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The survey also pointed to some key issues in restoring confidence where the industry will need to communicate the facts more effectively. Travellers’ top concerns include Cabin air quality: Travellers have not made up their minds about cabin air quality” External link

thenationonlineng Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The survey also pointed to some key issues in restoring confidence where the industry will need to communicate the facts more effectively. Travellers’ top concerns include Cabin air quality: Travellers have not made up their minds about cabin air quality” External link

thenationonlineng Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Over half the relief provided by governments creates new liabilities. Less than 10% will add to airline equity. It changes the financial picture of the industry completely. Paying off the debt owed governments and private lenders will mean that the crisis will last a lot longer than the time it takes for passenger demand to recover,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many governments have stepped up with financial aid packages that provide a bridge over this most difficult situation, including cash to avoid bankruptcies. Where governments have not responded fast enough or with limited funds, we have seen bankruptcies. Examples include Australia, Italy, Thailand, Turkey, and the UK. Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Many airlines are still in desperate need of a financial lifeline. For those governments that have not yet acted, the message is that helping airlines raise equity levels with a focus on grants and subsidies will place them in a stronger position for the recovery,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A tough future is ahead of us. Containing COVID-19 and surviving the financial shock is just the first hurdle. Post-pandemic control measures will make operations more costly. Fixed costs will have to be spread over fewer travelers. And investments will be needed to meet our environmental targets. On top of all that, airlines will need to repay massively increased debts arising from the financial relief. After surviving the crisis, recovering to financial health will be the next challenge for many airlines,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 13, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keep countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival,” External link

sundaytimes Saturday, July 11, 2020 10:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : «La production est bien en dessous du niveau nécessaire pour que les prix tombent à des seuils compétitifs. Atteindre le bon prix est d’autant plus crucial que les pertes de l’industrie et les niveaux d’endettement augmentent. Mais, si les gouvernements profitent du moment pour mettre en place des politiques associant des cadres fiscal et réglementaire soutenant la production des carburants durables d’aviation à la mobilisation de fonds d’appui à la production de ce genre de carburants, il est possible d’atteindre le point de basculement de 2% en 2025. Cela favoriserait un vol plus vert, créerait des emplois et contribuerait à une reprise économique plus verte » External link

leconomistemaghrebin Saturday, July 11, 2020 2:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People are clearly concerned about COVID-19 when travelling,” External link

dailytimes-NG Friday, July 10, 2020 4:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis could have a very long shadow,” External link

dailytimes-NG Friday, July 10, 2020 4:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This tells us that we are on the right track to restoring confidence in travel. But it will take time. To have maximum effect, it is critical that governments deploy these measures globally,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, July 10, 2020 7:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “On top of this, screening before flight and facial coverings are among the extra layers of protection that are being implemented by industry and governments on the advice of ICAO and the World Health Organisation. No environment is risk free, but few environments are as controlled as the aircraft cabin. And we need to make sure that travelers understand that,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, July 10, 2020 7:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add $230 million to industry losses. In total that's a loss of $84.3 billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose $37.54 per passenger. That's why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, July 10, 2020 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travelers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travelers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, July 10, 2020 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can expect that this crisis will have a long shadow,” External link

news-yahoo Thursday, July 9, 2020 6:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The enormous amounts of money that governments are investing in the economic recovery from Covid-19 are an opportunity to create a legacy of energy transition for the aviation industry. To achieve this, governments, the finance community and the fuel producersboth large and smallmust work together with the goal of rapidly increasing production of affordable sustainable aviation fuel,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 9, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As much as airlines want to use SAF, production is well below the scale needed for prices to fall to competitive levels. Attaining the right price point is even more crucial as industry losses and debt levels rise. But if governments can use this unique time to combine a safe fiscal and regulatory framework supporting SAF production with the direct allocation of stimulus funds to SAF production, it is possible to reach the 2 per cent tipping point in 2025. That would power greener flight, create jobs and fuel the economic recovery together,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 9, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “SAF is our biggest emissions reduction opportunity. The time is right to push it forward so that, together, we can achieve major carbon reductions on the way towards fossil fuel-free flight,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 9, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can expect that this crisis will have a long shadow,” External link

yahoo-au Thursday, July 9, 2020 7:45:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can expect that this crisis will have a long shadow,” External link

bbc Thursday, July 9, 2020 7:24:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis could have a very long shadow," "Passengers are telling us that it will take time before they return to their old travel habits" External link

thenational Wednesday, July 8, 2020 12:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis could have a very long shadow," "Passengers are telling us that it will take time before they return to their old travel habits" External link

thenational Wednesday, July 8, 2020 10:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Travel and tourism accounts for 10.3 per cent of global GDP, and 300 million jobs. It is in everybody’s interest, including governments, to remove barriers to travel as soon as it is safe to do so. And in the process, it is critical that governments don’t stall the fragile recovery by introducing new regulatory or cost barriers to travel,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, July 8, 2020 6:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We appear to be in the very early stages of a recovery in air travel. But the situation is fragile. We need governments to support and strengthen the restart by quickly implementing the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO’s) global guidelines for restoring air connectivity contained in ICAO’s Takeoff: Guidance for Air Travel through the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, July 8, 2020 6:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And with most of the passenger fleet grounded capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, July 7, 2020 11:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And with most of the passenger fleet grounded capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, July 7, 2020 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is down by over 20% compared to 2019. And with most of the passenger fleet grounded capacity was down 34.7%. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business – but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock, but predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, July 6, 2020 5:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The aviation industry wants to get the world moving again. We have successfully worked with ICAO and many governments worldwide to put in place standardised protocols that safeguard public health and give travellers the confidence to return to the skies. But the industry is still on the edge of a financial precipice. The extra costs of health measures mandated by governments mustas the WHO recommendsbe borne by governments. That will enable the industry to focus scarce resources on reconnecting the world and boosting economic recovery” External link

tradearabia Sunday, July 5, 2020 10:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "May was not quite as terrible as April. That's about the best thing that can be said," External link

BangkokPost Friday, July 3, 2020 2:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "May was not quite as terrible as April. That's about the best thing that can be said. As predicted, the first improvements in passenger demand are occurring in domestic markets. International traffic remained virtually stopped in May," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, July 2, 2020 3:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Governments also need to avoid adding blockers to the recovery, such as implementing entry quarantines. They have the same impact as outright travel bans and will keep economies closed down to the benefits of aviation connectivity. Governments should also avoid new fees and charges to cover the cost of Covid-19 related health measures (such as testing and contact tracing), which will make travel less accessible," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, July 2, 2020 3:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “We are only at the very beginning of a long and difficult recovery. And there is tremendous uncertainty about what impact a resurgence of new Covid-19 cases in key markets could have,” External link

thenational Thursday, July 2, 2020 12:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to carbon neutral growth through CORSIA. Today’s decision to remove 2020 from the baseline calculation marks a pragmatic way forward that maintains the intent, spirit and impact of the CORSIA agreement. And it gives all stakeholders the confidence to focus on successfully delivering CORSIA and achieving our long-term emissions reduction goals, even in this time of crisis,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 2, 2020 9:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation was the first industry sector in the world for which governments agreed a global carbon offsetting measure. Airlines know that sustainability is their license to grow. They fully support CORSIA as the single global mechanism for offsetting aviation’s international emissions. Even with the financial hardship facing the industry as a result of Covid-19, the world’s airlines have not lost sight of their emission reduction goals,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 2, 2020 9:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And with most of the passenger fleet, grounded capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that, the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, July 2, 2020 6:49:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is down by over 20 per cent compared to 2019. And with most of the passenger fleet grounded, capacity was down 34.7 per cent. The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain. Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, July 2, 2020 3:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is a resizing of the industry following the drop in demand,” External link

montrealgazette Wednesday, July 1, 2020 8:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “May was not quite as terrible as April. That’s about the best thing that can be said. As predicted, the first improvements in passenger demand are occurring in domestic markets. International traffic remained virtually stopped in May. We are only at the very beginning of a long and difficult recovery. And there is tremendous uncertainty about what impact a resurgence of new Covid-19 cases in key markets could have,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, July 1, 2020 6:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Association ) : “The entire aviation world owes a huge debt of gratitude to Jeff, who joined IATA after a distinguished 25-year career in public service and another 15 years in private practice. While in public service, he was recognised for his role in establishing an Open Skies aviation policy for the United States, and he was a principal architect of the US Department of Transportation’s approach to international aviation alliances and antitrust immunity. At IATA, Jeff established the Association’s legal team as an important industry reference point, pursuing industry objectives through judicial and regulatory proceedings and providing essential support to IATA’s many lines of activity around the world. With this team, he achieved a landmark agreement with CFM International to adopt pro-competitive ‘Conduct Policies’ on engine maintenance that will result in significant savings for our members,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, July 1, 2020 4:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I congratulate Karen, who has taken on a growing set of responsibilities since coming to IATA, including ownership of IATA’s Strategic Priorities. Karen’s industry expertise, strategic boardroom experience and leadership on diversity and inclusion have already made a major contribution to IATA’s activities, particularly during the current industry crisis,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, July 1, 2020 4:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market. For that the prospects for air cargo remain stronger than for the passenger business but the future is very uncertain," "Economic activity is picking up from April lows as some economies unlock. But predicting the length and depth of the recession remains difficult" External link

irishsun Wednesday, July 1, 2020 11:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The scale of the current industry crisis is much worse and far more widespread than 9.11, SARS or the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Airlines are fighting for survival. Many routes have been suspended in Africa and the Middle East, and airlines have seen demand fall by as much as 60% on those remaining. Millions of jobs are at stake. Airlines need urgent government action if they are to emerge from this in a fit state to help the world recover, once COVID-19 is beaten,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 5:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies,” External link

jamaica-gleaner Monday, June 29, 2020 10:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is contained—hit by personal economic concerns in the face of a looming recession on top of lingering concerns about the safety of travel. Governments and industry must be quick and coordinated with confidence-boosting measures,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In some economies, the spread of COVID-19 has slowed to the point where governments are planning to lift the most severe elements of social distancing restrictions. But an immediate rebound from the catastrophic fall in passenger demand appears unlikely. People still want to travel. But they are telling us that they want clarity on the economic situation and will likely wait for at least a few months after any ‘all clear’ before returning to the skies. As countries lift restrictions, confidence-boosting measures will be critical to re-start travel and stimulate economies,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The passenger business came to a halt with unilateral government actions to stop spread of the virus. The industry re-start, however, must be built with trust and collaboration. And it must be guided by the best science we have available. Time is of the essence. We must start building a framework for a global approach that will give people the confidence they need to travel once again. And, of course, this will need to be shored-up by economic stimulus measures to combat the impact of a recession,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The number of governments recognising that relief measures are needed is growing, but the crisis is also deepening. We thank the governments which have committed to provide the industry a lifeline and look forward to quick implementation. For the others, each day matters. Millions of jobs are at stake and relief cannot come fast enough,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 29, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival," External link

BangkokPost Monday, June 29, 2020 2:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival,” External link

cknw Sunday, June 28, 2020 7:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown,” External link

businessday Sunday, June 28, 2020 5:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate,” External link

independent-UK Sunday, June 28, 2020 3:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival,” External link

sundaytimes Sunday, June 28, 2020 5:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns. And mutually recognised standards would be needed for testing. Governments have a common interest in finding solutions. The rapid agreement by governments to ICAO’s Take-Off guidelines demonstrates that progress on complex issues is possible where there is the political will to do so,” External link

sundaytimes Sunday, June 28, 2020 5:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate,” External link

WashingtonPost Sunday, June 28, 2020 3:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Although temperature checks are not the most effective screening method for Covid-19 symptoms, they can act as a deterrent to travelling while unwell," External link

Stuff Thursday, June 25, 2020 8:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 25, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns. And mutually recognized standards would be needed for testing. Governments have a common interest in finding solutions. The rapid agreement by governments to ICAO’s Take-Off guidelines demonstrates that progress on complex issues is possible where there is the political will to do so,” "There is every economic incentive to make a layered approach work. WTTC estimates that travel and tourism accounts for 10.3% of global GDP and 300 million jobs globally (direct, indirect and induced economic impact)," External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 25, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A layered approach to safety has made flying the safest way to travel while still enabling the system to function efficiently. That should be an inspirational framework to guide governments in protecting their citizens from the terrible risks of both the virus and joblessness. Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver a balanced protection,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 25, 2020 2:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travelers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from traveling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveler discover they were infected after arrival," External link

forbes Thursday, June 25, 2020 1:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveler discover they were infected after arrival," External link

thenational Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns," "And mutually recognised standards would be needed for testing" External link

thenational Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed," External link

thenational Thursday, June 25, 2020 12:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver balanced protection," External link

asianage Thursday, June 25, 2020 10:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver balanced protection," External link

irishsun Thursday, June 25, 2020 9:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing Covid-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies," External link

pna Thursday, June 25, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travellers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown. Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing Covid-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies. We are proposing a framework with layers of protection to keep sick people from travelling and to mitigate the risk of transmission should a traveller discover they were infected after arrival," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, June 24, 2020 11:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, June 24, 2020 11:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 10:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Imposing quarantine measures on arriving travelers keeps countries in isolation and the travel and tourism sector in lockdown," External link

haberler-en Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fortunately, there are policy alternatives that can reduce the risk of importing COVID-19 infections while still allowing for the resumption of travel and tourism that are vital to jumpstarting national economies" External link

haberler-en Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:57:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safely restarting the economy is a priority. That includes travel and tourism. Quarantine measures may play a role in keeping people safe, but they will also keep many unemployed. The alternative is to reduce risks through a series of measures. Airlines are already offering flexibility so there is no incentive for sick or at-risk people to travel. Health declarations, screening and testing by governments will add extra layers of protection. And if someone travels while infected, we can reduce the risk of transmission with protocols to prevent the spread during travel or when at destination. And effective contact tracing can isolate those most at risk without major disruptions,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data transmission, required for health declarations, testing and tracing, raises privacy concerns. And mutually recognized standards would be needed for testing. Governments have a common interest in finding solutions. The rapid agreement by governments to ICAO’s Take-Off guidelines demonstrates that progress on complex issues is possible where there is the political will to do so,” "There is every economic incentive to make a layered approach work. WTTC estimates that travel and tourism accounts for 10.3% of global GDP and 300 million jobs globally (direct, indirect and induced economic impact)," External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A layered approach to safety has made flying the safest way to travel while still enabling the system to function efficiently. That should be an inspirational framework to guide governments in protecting their citizens from the terrible risks of both the virus and joblessness. Quarantine is a lop-sided solution that protects one and absolutely fails at the other. We need government leadership to deliver a balanced protection,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The spread of COVID-19 intensified over the month of February, and with it, the impact on air cargo. Adjusted demand for air cargo fell by 9.1%. Asia-Pacific carriers were the most affected with a seasonally-adjusted drop of 15.5%. What has unfolded since is a story of two halves. The disruption of global supply chains led to a fall in demand. But the dramatic disruption in passenger traffic resulted in even deeper cuts to cargo capacity. And the industry is struggling to serve remaining demand with the limited capacity available. We only got a first glimpse of this in February. Among all the uncertainty in this crisis, one thing is clear—air cargo is vital. It is delivering lifesaving drugs and medical equipment. And it is supporting global supply chains. That’s why it is critical for governments to remove any blockers as the industry does all it can to keep the global air cargo network functioning in the crisis and ready for the recovery,” External link

BFTOnline Tuesday, June 23, 2020 7:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In these extraordinary times, airlines need much more flexibility to plan schedules, and business-critical decisions should not be compromised by slot allocation guidelines designed for normal times. There were good reasons why the 80-20 rule was waived for the summer season. Regulators should apply the same common-sense approach again and waive the rule for the winter season as well. Airlines need to focus on meeting what consumers want today, without trying to defend the slots needed for what their schedule might look like a year from now,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, June 23, 2020 8:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, June 23, 2020 8:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In these extraordinary times, airlines need much more flexibility to plan schedules, and business-critical decisions should not be compromised by slot allocation guidelines designed for normal times. There were good reasons why the 80-20 rule was waived for the summer season. Regulators should apply the same common-sense approach again and waive the rule for the winter season as well. Airlines need to focus on meeting what consumers want today, without trying to defend the slots needed for what their schedule might look like a year from now,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, June 23, 2020 6:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are counting on governments to implement the recommendations quickly because the world wants to travel again and needs airlines to play a key role in economic recovery. And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, June 23, 2020 6:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo is a vital partner in the global fight against COVID-19. But we are still seeing examples of cargo flights filled with life-saving medical supplies and equipment grounded due to cumbersome and bureaucratic processes to secure slots and operating permits. These delays are endangering lives. All governments need to step up to keep global supply chains open,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 22, 2020 1:40:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “If governments identify airports that seafarers can use for crew changes and make appropriate adjustments to current health and immigration protocols, airlines can help keep global logistics moving” External link

hellenicshippingnews Monday, June 22, 2020 1:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "People are returning to the skies but the horizon of uncertainty of the Covid-19 crisis is extending. Forward bookings are down, and people are hedging their travel bets by booking closer to the time of travel. Airlines in the northern hemisphere rely on a strong summer season and a predictable booking curve to get them through the lean months," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 18, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The re-start is anything but a normal situation for airline planning or passenger demand," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 18, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The Worldwide Airport Slot Guidelines are critical in normal times. They enable airlines to plan their investments and they give consumers certainty. But these are extraordinary times full of uncertainty. The current waiver has been very useful in giving airlines flexibility in the re-start. And that flexibility will be the key to surviving the winter season. That is why we are calling on regulators to extend the waiver on a worldwide basis," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 18, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to reducing the risks of Covid-19 transmission via air travel and Covid-19 testing could play an important role. But it must be implemented in line with ICAO’s global re-start guidance with the aim of facilitating travel. Speed, scale and accuracy are the most critical performance criteria for testing to be effectively incorporated into the travel process,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, June 18, 2020 1:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to reducing the risks of Covid-19 transmission via air travel and Covid-19 testing could play an important role. But it must be implemented in line with ICAO’s global re-start guidance with the aim of facilitating travel. Speed, scale and accuracy are the most critical performance criteria for testing to be effectively incorporated into the travel process,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People are returning to the skies but the horizon of uncertainty of the Covid-19 crisis is extending. Forward bookings are down, and people are hedging their travel bets by booking closer to the time of travel. Airlines in the Northern hemisphere rely on a strong summer season and a predictable booking curve to get them through the lean months. But neither of these conditions are in place and airlines will need continued help from governments to survive a hard winter. Airlines will need much more flexibility to plan schedules around these changing consumer trends. Financial and operational flexibility equals survival,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There were good reasons why the 80-20 rule was waived for the summer season. Regulators should apply the same common-sense approach again and waive the rule for the winter season as well. Airlines need to focus on meeting what consumers want today, without trying to defend the slots needed for what their schedule might look like a year from now,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Each day sees more people traveling. That’s good for the economy. The numbers are moving in the right direction, but we are by no means anywhere near normal or sustainable levels of activity. Financial relief measures are still desperately needed. And policy-relief measures like a slot usage waiver remain critical. Governments need to grant that by no later than the end of July to provide at least that certainty for this beleaguered and battered industry,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation,” External link

ibtimes Wednesday, June 17, 2020 12:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are committed to reducing the risks of COVID-19 transmission via air travel and COVID-19 testing could play an important role. But it must be implemented in line with ICAO’s global re-start guidance with the aim of facilitating travel. Speed, scale and accuracy are the most critical performance criteria for testing to be effectively incorporated into the travel process,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, June 16, 2020 7:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précisé : "Là où les gouvernements n’ont pas répondu assez rapidement ou avec des montants limités, on a constaté des faillites " External link

adiac-congo Tuesday, June 16, 2020 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Among all the uncertainty in this crisis, one thing is clear—air cargo is vital. It is delivering lifesaving drugs and medical equipment. And it is supporting global supply chains. That’s why it is critical for governments to remove any blockers as the industry does all it can to keep the global air cargo network functioning in the crisis and ready for the recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, June 16, 2020 6:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “January marked the tenth consecutive month of year-on-year declines in cargo volumes. The air cargo industry started the year on a weak footing. There was optimism that an easing of US-China trade tensions would give the sector a boost in 2020. But that has been overtaken by the COVID-19 outbreak, which has severely disrupted global supply chains, although it did not have a major impact on January’s cargo performance. Tough times are ahead. The course of future events is unclear, but this is a sector that has proven its resilience time and again,” External link

BFTOnline Monday, June 15, 2020 4:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines were hit by a sledgehammer called COVID-19 in February. Borders were closed in an effort to stop the spread of the virus. And the impact on aviation has left airlines with little to do except cut costs and take emergency measures in an attempt to survive in these extraordinary circumstances. The 14.1% global fall in demand is severe, but for carriers in Asia-Pacific the drop was 41%. And it has only grown worse. Without a doubt this is the biggest crisis that the industry has ever faced,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, June 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is aviation’s darkest hour and it is difficult to see a sunrise ahead unless governments do more to support the industry through this unprecedented global crisis. We are grateful to those that have stepped up with relief measures, but many more need to do so. Our most recent analysis shows that airlines may burn through $61 billion of their cash reserves during the second quarter ending 30 June 2020. This includes $35 billion in sold-but-unused tickets as a result of massive flight cancellations owing to government-imposed travel restrictions. We welcome the actions of those regulators who have relaxed rules so as to permit airlines to issue travel vouchers in lieu of refunds for unused tickets; and we urge others to do the same. Air transport will play a much-needed role in supporting the inevitable recovery. But without additional government action today, the industry will not be in a position to help when skies are brighter tomorrow,” External link

BFTOnline Sunday, June 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “IATA research has shown that traffic has collapsed on key Asian routes, and this is rippling throughout the air transport network globally – even between countries without major outbreaks of COVID-19. There are precedents for previous suspension of the slot use rules, and we believe the circumstances again call for a suspension to be granted. We are calling for regulators worldwide to help the industry plan for today’s emergency, and future recovery of the network, by suspending the slot use rules on a temporary basis,” External link

BFTOnline Saturday, June 13, 2020 2:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, June 12, 2020 7:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “On average, every day of this year will add $230million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of $84.3billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose $37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, June 12, 2020 7:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Governments will depend on aviation to be ready to lead an economic recovery when this pandemic is behind us,” “Governments must act now with financial lifelines that only they can provide for airlines and airports to see them through these extraordinary times. Airlines and airports are in this together. The more financially stable our airport partners are, the more they can help the industry to drive a recovery in air travel that will jump start the global economy” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 10:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation," External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, June 11, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On average, every day of this year will add US$230 million to industry losses. In total that’s a loss of US$84.3 billion. It means that—based on an estimate of 2.2 billion passengers this year—airlines will lose US$37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People will want to fly again, provided they have the confidence in their personal financial situation and the measures taken to keep travelers safe. There is no tried and true playbook for a recovery from COVID-19 but the ICAO Takeoff re-start plan outlines globally harmonized. It is important that industry and governments follow it so that travelers will have the maximum reassurance about their safety. That will be a good start. And depending on how the pandemic evolves, knowledge of the virus deepens, or science improves, industry and governments will be better prepared for a globally coordinated response. That includes the potential removal of measures when it is safe. That will give airlines some breathing room to rebuild demand and repair damaged balance sheets,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of COVID-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us. A key to the recovery is universal implementation of the re-start measures agreed through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to keep passengers and crew safe. And, with the help of effective contact tracing, these measures should give governments the confidence to open borders without quarantine measures. That’s an important part of the economic recovery because about 10% of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines will still be financially fragile in 2021. Passenger revenues will be more than one-third smaller than in 2019. And airlines are expected to lose about $5 for every passenger carried. The cut in losses will come from re-opened borders leading to increased volumes of travelers. Strong cargo operations and comparatively low fuel prices will also give the industry a boost. Competition among airlines will no doubt be even more intense. That will translate into strong incentives for travelers to take to the skies again. The challenge for 2022 will be turning reduced losses of 2021 into the profits that airlines will need to pay off their debts from this terrible crisis,” External link

BFTOnline Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “Passengers are expecting this relaxation to happen because it can’t last too long,” External link

HindustanTimes Thursday, June 11, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "Government aid is helping to keep the industry afloat. The next challenge will be preventing airlines from sinking under the burden of debt that the aid is creating," External link

thenews-pk Thursday, June 11, 2020 4:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “That will translate into strong incentives for travellers to take to the skies again,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, June 10, 2020 10:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "Passengers are expecting this relaxation to happen because it can't last too long," External link

wsau Wednesday, June 10, 2020 8:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Provided there is not a second and more damaging wave of Covid-19, the worst of the collapse in traffic is likely behind us," External link

modernghana Wednesday, June 10, 2020 8:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "Passengers are expecting this relaxation to happen because it can't last too long," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, June 10, 2020 7:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added :