Alexandre de Juniac

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Alexandre de Juniac said : “The good news is that airlines have broken the boom-and-bust cycle. A downturn in the trading environment no longer plunges the industry into a deep crisis. But under current circumstances, the great achievement of the industry—creating value for investors with normal levels of profitability is at risk. Airlines will still create value for investors in 2019 with above cost-of-capital returns, but only just,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 15, 2021 7:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation is the business of freedom. For 4.6 billion travelers it is their freedom to explore, build business, or reunite with friends and family. The economic benefit of this is 65 million jobs and a $2.7 trillion boost to the global economy. Aviation is growing responsibly to meet this demand. From 2020, for example, the industry will achieve carbon-neutral growth. And that is on the way to the much more ambitious goal of cutting emissions to half 2005 levels by 2050. We are determined to deliver sustainable global connectivity through aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 15, 2021 7:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “Air cargo carriers are working closely with governments and health organisations around the world to safeguard public health while also keeping the global economy moving. Today, as we fight a global health war against Covid-19, governments must take urgent action to facilitate air cargo. Keeping cargo flowing will save lives,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, March 31, 2021 8:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Along with vaccines, testing will play a critical role in giving governments the confidence to re-open their borders to travellers. For governments, the top priority is accuracy. But travellers will also need tests to be convenient and affordable. The OXERA-Edge Health report tells us that the best-in-class antigen tests can tick all these boxes. It’s important for governments to consider these findings as they make plans for a re-start,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, March 31, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Travellers need options. Including antigen testing among acceptable tests will certainly give strength to the recovery. And the EU’s specification of acceptable antigen tests offers a good baseline for wider international harmonisation of acceptable standards. We now need to see governments implement these recommendations. The goal is to have a clear set of testing options that are medically effective, financially accessible, and practically available to all prospective travelers,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, March 31, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Restarting international aviation will energise the economic recovery from Covid-19. Along with vaccines, testing will play a critical role in giving governments the confidence to re-open their borders to travellers," External link

HindustanTimes Tuesday, March 30, 2021 7:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

wsoctv Tuesday, March 30, 2021 5:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Restarting international aviation will energize the economic recovery from Covid-19. Along with vaccines, testing will play a critical role in giving governments the confidence to re-open their borders to travellers. For governments, the top priority is accuracy. But travellers will also need tests to be convenient and affordable. The Oxera-Edge Health report tells us that the best-in-class antigen tests can tick all these boxes. It’s important for governments to consider these findings as they make plans for a re-start,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 30, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Travellers need options. Including antigen testing among acceptable tests will certainly give strength to the recovery. And the EU’s specification of acceptable antigen tests offers a good baseline for wider international harmonization of acceptable standards. We now need to see governments implement these recommendations. The goal is to have a clear set of testing options that are medically effective, financially accessible, and practically available to all prospective travellers,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 30, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are already seeing rapid testing becoming commonplace in non-travel settings such as schools and workplaces. Extending its use to travel is a logical step. Science backs this up. In real world conditions, antigen testing is as effective as PCR testing in reducing the risk of cross-border transmission. Meanwhile the cost and bureaucracy of PCR tests adds huge burdens to families and businesses looking to travel. These are important considerations in preparing for a successful re-start,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 30, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Flying is safe, although the industry did take a step back on performance in 2020. The severe reduction in flight numbers magnified the impact of each accident when we calculate rates. But numbers don’t lie, and we will not allow this to become a trend. We will have even sharper focus on safety during this period of reduced operations and as flight schedules are rebuilt when the world reopens,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The lack of any such events in 2020 was a positive development. Nevertheless, based on the initial reports from the investigation into the tragic loss of Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 early in 2021, we must continue to learn and improve,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While we recognize the extraordinary challenges in 2020 that touched on all aspects of aviation, we hope that we will see additional movement in this number as the pandemic recedes,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We will have even sharper focus on safety during this period of reduced operations and as flight schedules are rebuilt when the world reopens,” External link

thenational Friday, March 26, 2021 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The lack of any such events in 2020 was a positive development … we must continue to learn and improve,” External link

thenational Friday, March 26, 2021 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Given the health, social and economic costs of travel restrictions, airlines should be ready to re-connect the world as soon as governments can re-open borders. That’s why a plan with measurable milestones is so critical. Without one, how can we be prepared for restart without an unnecessary delay?” External link

guardian-ng Friday, March 26, 2021 6:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, March 24, 2021 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travellers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentials – importantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, March 24, 2021 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

wmur Saturday, March 20, 2021 2:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

wxii12 Saturday, March 20, 2021 1:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

kcci Saturday, March 20, 2021 1:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

wyff4 Saturday, March 20, 2021 1:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We believe that it is vital to do all we can to meet as an industry face to face. Doing so will affirm that airlines can safely connect the world, demonstrate our industry’s resilience, and confirm the inestimable value of in-person meetings, facilitated by aviation,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As we showed last week, about 57 per cent of travellers are ready to fly within a few months of the pandemic being contained,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficiently and securely handling health credentials vaccine and testing certificates will be essential to an efficient restart. We believe that the Iata Travel Pass will play a major role in that. And this trial implementation is a major milestone on the way to the app release in April,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We believe that it is vital to do all we can to meet as an industry face-to-face. Doing so will affirm that airlines can safely connect the world, demonstrate our industry’s resilience, and confirm the inestimable value of in-person meetings, facilitated by aviation,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travellers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentials importantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 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 Saturday, March 20, 2021 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “So long as governments maintain quarantine requirements, there will be no restart,” “With ample testing capacity, testing to travel is the first option. And with more and more people being vaccinated, there is a growing population that should be able to travel without restriction” External link

news24 Friday, March 19, 2021 4:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

startribune Friday, March 19, 2021 2:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

voanews Friday, March 19, 2021 12:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

medicalxpress Thursday, March 18, 2021 11:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

boston Thursday, March 18, 2021 11:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

680news Thursday, March 18, 2021 9:22:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The successful implementation of IATA travel pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely, conveniently and efficiently help travellers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

business-standard Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The successful implementation of IATA travel pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely, conveniently and efficiently help travellers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

timesofoman Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The successful implementation of IATA Travel Pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely; conveniently and efficiently help travellers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, March 18, 2021 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travellers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentialsimportantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, March 18, 2021 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : "The successful implementation of IATA Travel Pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely, conveniently and efficiently help travelers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

voxy Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travelers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentials-importantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes," External link

voxy Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “As vacinas terão um papel importante na recuperação do setor. Esperamos que as fronteiras estejam suficientemente abertas em outubro deste ano ao redor do mundo” External link

istoe Wednesday, March 17, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "As vacinas terão um papel importante na recuperação do setor. Esperamos que as fronteiras estejam suficientemente abertas em outubro deste ano ao redor do mundo" External link

bemparana Wednesday, March 17, 2021 8:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We’ve already seen some plans by governments to subsidise tickets, routes and domestic journeys,” External link

reuters-af Wednesday, March 17, 2021 8:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Recently, we recorded that 57 per cent of travellers are ready to fly within a few months of the pandemic being contained. Efficiently and securely handling health credentials, vaccine and testing certificates will be essential. We believe that the IATA travel pass will play a major role in this. To sum up, there is light at the end of a very long tunnel; more and more people are being vaccinated, and this will play a major role in opening borders,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The top priority of everybody at the moment is staying safe amid the Covid-19 crisis. But it is important that we map a way to being able to re-open borders, manage risks and enable people to get on with their lives,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are designing Iata Travel Pass with the traveller in mind. Passengers keep all the data on their mobile devices, and they remain in full control of where that data goes. There is no central database. While we are making good progress with numerous trials, we are still awaiting the global standards for digital testing and vaccine certificates. Only with global standards and governments accepting them can we maximize efficiency and deliver an optimum travel experience,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again towards working with governments for a well-planned re-opening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "This is a major piece of work by states and aviation stakeholders under the leadership of ICAO and with the full support of the industry. Of course, these recommendations, guidelines and tools are only meaningful if they are adopted universally," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 16, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac remarked : "One of the most important recommendations from this work is the call for national authorities to ensure that CART delivers results in national decision-making. We all know how important aviation is to the economy," "And the harmonised implementation of these guidelines is what will put people back in jobs by getting the industry moving again. As ICAO tracks implementation, it is also critical to track the impact of latest developments in Covid-19 on risk management frameworks, especially as we learn more about the effectiveness of vaccines against transmission," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 16, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac stated : "It is crucial that states implement this guidance, particularly as they plan for the restart of international aviation when borders are able to open. As we have said many times, it was easy to shut down aviation with individual decisions," "Restarting and maintaining operations to deliver economically and socially vital connectivity can only happen if all parties work together. The CART recommendations are the building blocks for that cooperation," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 16, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are working with our partners on vaccination, testing and safe air travel measures," External link

straitstimesSG Thursday, March 11, 2021 5:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are working with our partners on vaccination, testing and safe air travel measures," External link

nationmultimedia Thursday, March 11, 2021 5:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Wednesday, March 10, 2021 10:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisted : “We are designing Iata Travel Pass with the traveller in mind,” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 10, 2021 10:21:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The top priority of everybody at the moment is staying safe amid the Covid-19 crisis. But it is important that we map a way to being able to re-open borders, manage risks and enable people to get on with their lives," External link

HindustanTimes Wednesday, March 10, 2021 9:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The top priority of everybody at the moment is staying safe amid the Covid-19 crisis. But it is important that we map a way to being able to re-open borders, manage risks and enable people to get on with their lives,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 10, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are designing Iata Travel Pass with the traveller in mind. Passengers keep all the data on their mobile devices, and they remain in full control of where that data goes. There is no central database. While we are making good progress with numerous trials, we are still awaiting the global standards for digital testing and vaccine certificates. Only with global standards and governments accepting them can we maximize efficiency and deliver an optimum travel experience,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 10, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again towards working with governments for a well-planned re-opening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 10, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “2021 is starting off worse than 2020 ended and that is saying a lot. Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new COVID variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions. The uncertainty around how long these restrictions will last also has an impact on future travel,” External link

independent-UG Tuesday, March 9, 2021 2:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Albakri is well prepared to guide the development of IATA’s commercial offerings, settlement services and digital leadership,” External link

arabnews Saturday, March 6, 2021 6:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new COVID variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions. The uncertainty around how long these restrictions will last also has an impact on future travel. Forward bookings in February this year for the Northern Hemisphere summer travel season were 78 per cent below levels in February 2019,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, March 5, 2021 6:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “These will be critical to restarting international travel if governments continue to require verified testing or vaccination data. IATA will soon launch the IATA Travel Pass to help travellers and governments manage digital health credentials. But the full benefit of IATA Travel Pass cannot be realized until governments agree with the standards for the information they want,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, March 5, 2021 6:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft," External link

business-standard Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft. That should be a sign to governments that they need to share their plans for restart so that the industry has clarity in terms of how soon more capacity can be brought online. In normal times, a third of world trade by value moves by air. This high value commerce is vital to helping restore Covid damaged economies—not to mention the critical role air cargo is playing in distributing lifesaving vaccines that must continue for the foreseeable future,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft," External link

timesofoman Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy," External link

straitstimesSG Thursday, March 4, 2021 9:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "2021 is starting off worse than 2020 ended and that is saying a lot. Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new Covid variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions," External link

business-standard Wednesday, March 3, 2021 1:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "To say that 2021 has not gotten off to a good start is an understatement. Financial prospects for the year are worsening as governments tighten travel restrictions," External link

business-standard Wednesday, March 3, 2021 1:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisted : “It is critical governments build and share their restart plans along with the benchmarks that will guide them” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 3, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac acknowledged : “We need to include people who have been vaccinated [already]” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 3, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have been discussing with the DfT to see if, when and how this could be used by the UK government” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 3, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft. That should be a sign to governments that they need to share their plans for restart so that the industry has clarity in terms of how soon more capacity can be brought online. In normal times, a third of world trade by value moves by air. This high value commerce is vital to helping restore Covid damaged economiesnot to mention the critical role air cargo is playing in distributing lifesaving vaccines that must continue for the foreseeable future,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 3, 2021 10:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, March 2, 2021 8:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A functioning airline industry can eventually energize the economic recovery from COVID-19. But that won’t happen if there are massive failures before the crisis ends. If governments are unable to open their borders, we will need them to open their wallets with financial relief to keep airlines viable,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, March 2, 2021 8:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, March 2, 2021 8:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac remarked : "This year is starting off worse than 2020 ended and that is saying a lot. Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new Covid variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions. The uncertainty around how long these restrictions will last also has an impact on future travel," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This is not something that the industry will be able to endure without additional relief measures from governments," "Increased testing capability and vaccine distribution are the keys for governments to unlock economic activity, including travel. It is critical that governments build and share their restart plans along with the benchmarks that will guide them. This will enable the industry to be prepared to energize the recovery without any unnecessary delay," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Forward bookings in February this year for the Northern Hemisphere summer travel season were 78% below levels in February 2019," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins. Digital solutions must be secure, work with existing systems, align with global standards and respect data privacy. In developing the IATA Travel Pass these are fully in focus. The IATA Travel App will help to set the bar very high for managing health credentials, protecting against fraud and enabling a convenient travel process. While there is choice in the market for solutions, there should be no compromise on the fundamentals, or we risk failing systems, disappointed governments and travelers, and a delayed restart,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 8:50:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Whatever governments plans are, we'll be ready to help them with the IATA Travel Pass," External link

dhakatribune Thursday, February 25, 2021 8:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected. Our best-case scenario sees airlines burning through $75 billion in cash this year. And it could be as bad as $95 billion. More emergency relief from governments will be needed. A functioning airline industry can eventually energize the economic recovery from COVID-19. But that won’t happen if there are massive failures before the crisis ends. If governments are unable to open their borders, we will need them to open their wallets with financial relief to keep airlines viable,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The UK has set a good example. Earlier this week it laid out a structure for re-opening based on an improvement in the COVID-19 situation. This gives airlines a framework to plan the restart, even if it needs to be adjusted along the way. Other governments should take note as a best practice for working with industry,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “Speed is critical. Fraudulent COVID-19 test results are already proving to be an issue. And as vaccine programs ramp up governments are using paper processes and differing digital standards to record who has been vaccinated. These are not the conditions needed to support a successful restart at scale when governments open borders. The WHO, ICAO, and OECD are working on standards, but each day without them means the challenge gets bigger. We need an early conclusion by competent authorities that the industry can plan around,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “Even as governments focus on managing the COVID-19 crisis, we must be thinking a step ahead to the plans, tools and standards needed to restart flying and energize the economic recovery from COVID-19. Working in partnership is nothing new for airlines or for governments. It’s how we have delivered safe, efficient, and reliable connectivity for decades. For a year it’s been lockdowns and restrictions as vaccines were developed and testing capacity expanded. The reason for all the pain that this has caused is to keep people safe and to eventually be able to retore their well-being and that of the economy. With good news on vaccines and growing testing capacity, there is a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. So, it’s the time to ask governments for their restart plan and to offer any support from industry that could help,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins,” External link

yenisafak-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 10:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins. Digital solutions must be secure, work with existing systems, align with global standards and respect data privacy. In developing the IATA Travel Pass these are fully in focus. The IATA Travel App will help to set the bar very high for managing health credentials, protecting against fraud and enabling a convenient travel process. While there is choice in the market for solutions, there should be no compromise on the fundamentals, or we risk failing systems, disappointed governments and travelers, and a delayed restart,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected. Our best-case scenario sees airlines burning through $75 billion in cash this year. And it could be as bad as $95 billion,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Speed is critical. Fraudulent Covid-19 test results are already proving to be an issue. And as vaccine programs ramp up governments are using paper processes and differing digital standards to record who has been vaccinated. These are not the conditions needed to support a successful restart at scale when governments open borders. The WHO, ICAO, and OECD are working on standards, but each day without them means the challenge gets bigger. We need an early conclusion by competent authorities that the industry can plan around,” “Even as governments focus on managing the Covid-19 crisis, we must be thinking a step ahead to the plans, tools and standards needed to restart flying and energize the economic recovery from Covid-19. Working in partnership is nothing new for airlines or for governments. It’s how we have delivered safe, efficient, and reliable connectivity for decades. For a year it’s been lockdowns and restrictions as vaccines were developed and testing capacity expanded. The reason for all the pain that this has caused is to keep people safe and to eventually be able to restore their well-being and that of the economy. With good news on vaccines and growing testing capacity, there is a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. So, it’s the time to ask governments for their restart plan and to offer any support from industry that could help,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The UK has set a good example. Earlier this week it laid out a structure for re-opening based on an improvement in the Covid-19 situation. This gives airlines a framework to plan the restart, even if it needs to be adjusted along the way. Other governments should take note as a best practice for working with industry,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins. Digital solutions must be secure, work with existing systems, align with global standards and respect data privacy,” “In developing the Iata Travel Pass these are fully in focus. The Iata Travel App will help to set the bar very high for managing health credentials, protecting against fraud and enabling a convenient travel process. While there is choice in the market for solutions, there should be no compromise on the fundamentals, or we risk failing systems, disappointed governments and travellers, and a delayed restart” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins," External link

haberler-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Burning a further $75 billion to $95 billion this year is not something that the industry will be able to withstand without additional government relief. And the expectation that the industry will not turn cash-positive until 2022 is yet another reminder of the severity of the crisis," External link

haberler-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected. " External link

heart Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:26:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected,” External link

theepochtimes Wednesday, February 24, 2021 7:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “The trial app has a range of features, including a registry of testing centres and labs at the departure and/or arrival location which can conduct COVID-19 tests in accordance with the type of test required for the journey,” External link

rnanews Tuesday, February 23, 2021 8:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For many airlines, 2020 saw air cargo become a vital source of revenues, despite weakened demand. But with much of the passenger fleet grounded, meeting demand without belly capacity continues to be an enormous challenge. And, as countries strengthen travel restrictions in the face of new coronavirus variants, it is difficult to see improvements in passenger demand or the capacity crunch. 2021 will be another tough year,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, February 19, 2021 8:00:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 17, 2021 8:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173bn in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 17, 2021 8:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for COVID-19 testing or vaccine information. In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, February 12, 2021 6:24:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no other way to describe it. What recovery there was over the Northern hemisphere summer season stalled in autumn and the situation turned dramatically worse over the year-end holiday season, as more severe travel restrictions were imposed in the face of new outbreaks and new strains of Covid-19," External link

allafrica Friday, February 12, 2021 4:32:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “In the last days we have seen thousands of airline staff in the US receive the difficult news that their jobs could disappear on April 1 when the current wage subsidy ends,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 10, 2021 10:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Eventually, we will be at a point where these and other measures give governments the reassurance that the risk of re-starting our lives including travel is tolerable, recognising also the significant social and economic benefits that are at stake. We are eager to work with governments as partners to understand what the benchmarks and conditions will be for a decision to give people back their freedom of movement,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 10, 2021 10:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

heart Wednesday, February 10, 2021 4:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

skynews Wednesday, February 10, 2021 2:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

msn-uk Wednesday, February 10, 2021 2:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

skynews Wednesday, February 10, 2021 1:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions,” External link

ibtimes Monday, February 8, 2021 12:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac afirma : "O transporte aéreo de cargas está sobrevivendo à crise em melhor forma do que o setor de passageiros. Em 2020. muitas companhias aéreas viram a carga se tornar uma fonte vital de receitas" External link

tribunadonorte Monday, February 8, 2021 12:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging,” External link

omanobserver-om Friday, February 5, 2021 3:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging,” External link

ticotimes Thursday, February 4, 2021 8:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Last year was a catastrophe. There is no other way to describe it," External link

HindustanTimes Thursday, February 4, 2021 12:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo is surviving the crisis in better shape than the passenger side of the business. For many airlines, 2020 saw air cargo become a vital source of revenues, despite weakened demand. But with much of the passenger fleet grounded, meeting demand without belly capacity continues to be an enormous challenge. And, as countries strengthen travel restrictions in the face of new coronavirus variants, it is difficult to see improvements in passenger demand or the capacity crunch. 2021 will be another tough year,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 4, 2021 12:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Optimism that the arrival and initial distribution of vaccines would lead to a prompt and orderly restoration in global air travel have been dashedin the face of new outbreaks and new mutations of the disease. The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions. We urge governments to work with industry to develop the standards for vaccination, testing, and validation that will enable governments to have confidence that borders can reopen and international air travel can resume once the virus threat has been neutralized. The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for COVID-19 testing or vaccine information.In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

timesofoman Thursday, February 4, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Last year was a catastrophe. There is no other way to describe it," External link

irishsun Thursday, February 4, 2021 11:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Optimism that the arrival and initial distribution of vaccines would lead to a prompt and orderly restoration in global air travel have been dashed in the face of new outbreaks and new mutations of the disease. The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions. We urge governments to work with industry to develop the standards for vaccination, testing, and validation that will enable governments to have confidence that borders can reopen and international air travel can resume once the virus threat has been neutralized. The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for Covid-19 testing or vaccine information. In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 4, 2021 9:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging," External link

jamaicaobserver Thursday, February 4, 2021 5:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging," External link

abs-cbnnews Thursday, February 4, 2021 12:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estimé : "L'année dernière a été une catastrophe" External link

french.china.org.cn Wednesday, February 3, 2021 11:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Last year was a catastrophe. There is no other way to describe it. What recovery there was over the Northern hemisphere summer season stalled in autumn and the situation turned dramatically worse over the year-end holiday season, as more severe travel restrictions were imposed in the face of new outbreaks and new strains of Covid-19” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Optimism that the arrival and initial distribution of vaccines would lead to a prompt and orderly restoration in global air travel have been dashed in the face of new outbreaks and new mutations of the disease. The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions,” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “We urge governments to work with industry to develop the standards for vaccination, testing, and validation that will enable governments to have confidence that borders can reopen and international air travel can resume once the virus threat has been neutralized. The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for Covid-19 testing or vaccine information. In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac afirma : "O transporte aéreo de cargas está sobrevivendo à crise em melhor forma do que o setor de passageiros. Em 2020. muitas companhias aéreas viram a carga se tornar uma fonte vital de receitas" External link

bemparana Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “could make even that modest outlook very challenging” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Understanding government policy benchmarks and agreeing the global standards needed to support a return to normality in travel will ensure that air transport is well-prepared and does not become a meaningful vector for reimportation. Airlines are ready to support governments in this task,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, January 29, 2021 6:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are plenty of moving parts in the equation. The number of people vaccinated, and the availability of testing are key among them. Airlines have adapted their operations in order to maintain cargo operations and some passenger services, while complying with the numerous and uncoordinated restrictions imposed. Building on this experience they can help governments with their preparations for eventually safely re-establishing global connectivity for their people, businesses and economies,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, January 29, 2021 6:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can see the light at the end of the tunnel as vaccination programs roll out. Turning this vision into a safe and orderly re-start will require careful planning and coordination by governments and industry. This will be challenging as the priority for the weeks and months ahead will be containing the spread of new variants. But even as the crisis deepens, it is important to prepare the way for a resumption of flights when the epidemiological situation permits. Understanding government policy benchmarks and agreeing the global standards needed to support a return to normality in travel will ensure that air transport is well-prepared and does not become a meaningful vector for reimportation. Airlines are ready to support governments in this task,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are plenty of moving parts in the equation. The number of people vaccinated, and the availability of testing are key among them. Airlines have adapted their operations in order to maintain cargo operations and some passenger services, while complying with the numerous and uncoordinated restrictions imposed. Building on this experience they can help governments with their preparations for eventually safely re-establishing global connectivity for their people, businesses and economies,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As we have seen, unilateral government decisions are very effective in shutting down global mobility. Re-establishing the freedom to travel, however, can only be done with cooperation. Governments are already seeing how challenging that will be without global standards for vaccines or tests. This puts a spotlight on the urgency of the essential work being done by WHO, OECD and ICAO. IATA is participating in these initiatives and stands ready to help governments with implementation,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Based on our deep experience of driving transformational change in global air transport, we believe that IATA Travel Pass will offer the best support to governments in managing vaccination and testing data to safely facilitate travel. But the success of any of the solutions being developed will depend on governments working with and trusting each other. Air transport built its reputation on safety by cooperating with governments to ensure universal implementation of transparent global standards. That’s a compelling model for how industry and governments can work together to re-connect the world using opportunities created testing and vaccination progress,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ”Prime minister Mitsotakis’ initiative should be urgently adopted by the Commission and all member states. “Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery. “A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate would be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine” External link

travelweekly Sunday, January 24, 2021 4:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are in very dark days of this pandemic. But the tough measures taken combined with accelerating vaccination programs must give us hope that we can safely re-establish the freedom of movement,” External link

travelweekly Sunday, January 24, 2021 4:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But what we need now is for governments to start working together much more effectively. Unilateral government actions were able to quickly dismantle global connectivity. Re-building will need co-ordination,” External link

travelweekly Sunday, January 24, 2021 4:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac asks : “Testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through job losses, mental stress before governments will understand that?” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, January 20, 2021 9:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Covid-19 has devastated the balance sheets of our member airlines and we need continuing government support to enable the aviation industry to restart and rebuild connectivity. Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, January 20, 2021 9:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Kyriakos Mitsotakis ) : "Prime Minister Mitsotakis' initiative should be urgently adopted by the commission and all member states. Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery," "A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate will be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine," External link

polandsun Wednesday, January 20, 2021 5:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Kyriakos Mitsotakis ) : "Prime Minister Mitsotakis' initiative should be urgently adopted by the commission and all member states. Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery," "A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate will be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine," External link

irishsun Wednesday, January 20, 2021 5:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I do need to emphasise that this terrible situation is not improving. Even the weak recovery in passenger markets stalled in November. Over the year-end, we saw many governments increase travel restrictions. " External link

portstephensexaminer Wednesday, January 20, 2021 2:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I do need to emphasise that this terrible situation is not improving. Even the weak recovery in passenger markets stalled in November. Over the year-end, we saw many governments increase travel restrictions. " External link

bordermail Wednesday, January 20, 2021 5:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ”Prime Minister Mitsotakis’ initiative should be urgently adopted by the Commission and all member states. Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery. A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate would be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, January 19, 2021 5:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Kyriakos Mitsotakis ) : “We are in very dark days of this pandemic. But the tough measures taken combined with accelerating vaccination programs must give us hope that we can safely re-establish the freedom of movement. That will save jobs, ease mental anguish, re-connect families and revive the economy. To do this safely and efficiently, planning is key. Prime Minister Mitsotakis’s proposal for vaccine certificates will be a key enabler. Progress on eliminating or reducing quarantines can be made with testing protocols. But what we need now is for governments to start working together much more effectively. Unilateral government actions were able to quickly dismantle global connectivity. Re-building will need coordination,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, January 19, 2021 5:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On an 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 in 2020—airlines would lose $37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

financialexpress Sunday, January 17, 2021 1:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dénonce : "La science nous dit que les voyageurs ne seront pas un facteur important de transmission si les tests sont utilisés efficacement. Mais la plupart des gouvernements ont une vision tunnel sur la quarantaine et ne se concentrent pas du tout sur la recherche de moyens de rouvrir les frontières en toute sécurité ou d'atténuer les difficultés économiques et de santé mentale que les verrouillages se sont imposées" External link

bfmtv Thursday, January 14, 2021 8:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through job losses, mental stress before governments will understand that?” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, January 13, 2021 10:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This approach tells us that these governments are not interested in managing a balanced approach to the risks of COVID-19,” “They appear to be aiming for a zero-COVID world. This is an impossible task that comes with severe consequencesthe full extent of which it would be impossible to calculate” External link

routes-news Wednesday, January 13, 2021 3:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “That's an impossible task, which comes with severe consequences, the full extent of which it would be impossible to calculate,” “But with this approach, we know for sure that first, the travel and tourism economy will not recover” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, January 13, 2021 3:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “In other words, they have chosen policy measures that will shut down travel,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, January 13, 2021 3:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That’s because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures. This is inefficient. Such measures increase hardship for millions. Vaccines offer a long-term solution. In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start economic recovery. How much more anguish does people need to go through — job losses, mental stress — before governments will understand that,” External link

timesofoman Saturday, January 9, 2021 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is still down 6.6 percent compared with the previous year. However, we are seeing continuing month-on-month improvements. Severe capacity constraints persist as large parts of the passenger fleet remain grounded. This will put pressure on the industry as it gears up to deliver vital COVID-19 vaccines,” External link

arabnews Saturday, January 9, 2021 4:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That’s because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures. This is clearly inefficient. Such measures increase hardship for millions. Vaccines offer the long-term solution. In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through job losses, mental stress before governments will understand that?” External link

tradearabia Friday, January 8, 2021 4:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That is because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures," External link

irishsun Friday, January 8, 2021 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac asked : "How much more anguish do people need to go through -- job losses, mental stress -- before governments will understand that?" External link

irishsun Friday, January 8, 2021 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo demand is still down 6.6% compared to the previous year, however we are seeing continuing month-on-month improvements. Severe capacity constraints persist as large parts of the passenger fleet remain grounded. This will put pressure on the industry as it gears up to deliver vital COVID-19 vaccines," External link

voxy Thursday, January 7, 2021 10:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That’s because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures. This is clearly inefficient. Such measures increase hardship for millions. Vaccines offer the long-term solution. In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through-job losses, mental stress-before governments will understand that?" External link

voxy Thursday, January 7, 2021 10:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is still down 6.6 per cent compared to the previous year, however we are seeing continuing month-on-month improvements. Severe capacity constraints persist as large parts of the passenger fleet remain grounded. This will put pressure on the industry as it gears up to deliver vital Covid-19 vaccines,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 7, 2021 5:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis is unrelenting. Our latest economic outlook is for airlines [globally] to lose $118.5 billion this year, or $66 for every passenger carried. Assuming borders re-open by mid-2021, the industry will 'only' lose $38.7 billion in 2021. Now is the time for governments to step up," External link

irishsun Tuesday, January 5, 2021 9:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis is unrelenting. Our latest economic outlook is for airlines [globally] to lose $118.5 billion this year, or $66 for every passenger carried. Assuming borders re-open by mid-2021, the industry will 'only' lose $38.7 billion in 2021. Now is the time for governments to step up," External link

news24 Tuesday, January 5, 2021 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précise : «L’idée est de remplacer les mesures de quarantaine, qui découragent très fortement les réservations, par l’obligation de faire un test antigénique juste avant l’embarquement» External link

capital-FR Tuesday, January 5, 2021 1:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, January 5, 2021 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, January 5, 2021 7:44:00 AM EAT

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

rt Monday, January 4, 2021 6:18:00 PM EAT

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

dailytimesPK Sunday, January 3, 2021 7:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially viable airlines will be needed to lead the economic recovery from the depths of the Covid-19 crisis. Government support of $173bn has helped many survive. With potential to safely re-open borders and revive travel with testing, governments will need to add measures that stimulate demand. Such targeted initiatives will help generate revenues, avoid adding debt to airlines, and immediately generate economic activity across the value chain,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, December 30, 2020 8:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Pledges do not pay the bills, and little of this funding has materialised,” External link

independent-UG Thursday, December 24, 2020 2:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Kamil is an industry veteran who brings a tremendous depth of airline expertise and regional experience. These will be critical in leading IATA’s activities in the AME region at this very challenging time,” External link

arabnews Wednesday, December 23, 2020 5:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Muhammad has reinforced IATA’s strong presence in the AME region. As he moves to take on the challenges of leading our CFDS activities, Muhammad will leave in place a strong team for the capable leadership of Kamil. Kamil is an industry veteran who brings a tremendous depth of airline expertise and regional experience. These will be critical in leading IATA’s activities in the AME region at this very challenging time. As a former CEO, he knows what member airlines expect of IATA. And, I have no doubt that Kamil has the skills and determination to exceed those expectations as we aim to reconnect the world amid the coronavirus pandemic,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 23, 2020 9:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As a former CEO, he knows what member airlines expect of IATA. And, I have no doubt that Kamil has the skills and determination to exceed those expectations as we aim to reconnect the world amid the coronavirus pandemic,” External link

saudigazette Tuesday, December 22, 2020 9:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing is the immediate solution to safely re-open borders and re-connect people. And eventually this is likely to transition to vaccination requirements. In either case, a secure system to manage Covid-19 testing or vaccination information is critical,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, December 19, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not asking for aviation workers to be on top of the list, but we need governments to ensure that transportation workers are considered as essential when vaccine roll-out plans are developed. The transportation of the Covid-19 vaccines has already begun, and as calculations show, it will require the equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747 freighter aircraft for global distribution. It is therefore essential that we have the qualified workforce in place to ensure a functioning logistics chain,” External link

tradearabia Friday, December 18, 2020 8:49:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing is the immediate solution to safely re-open borders and re-connect people. And eventually this is likely to transition to vaccination requirements. In either case, a secure system to manage Covid-19 testing or vaccination information is critical. The IATA Travel Pass is a solution that both travelers and governments can trust. And it is being built with data security, convenience and verification as top priorities,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, December 17, 2020 4:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Testing is the immediate solution to safely re-open borders and re-connect people. And eventually this is likely to transition to vaccination requirements," External link

irishsun Thursday, December 17, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Estamos em uma das maiores crises do setor e ninguém da indústria ira lembrar de 2020 com nostalgia" External link

em Wednesday, December 16, 2020 8:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The transportation of the Covid-19 vaccines has already begun, and as calculations show, it will require the equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747 freighter aircraft for global distribution. It is therefore essential that we have the qualified workforce in place to ensure a functioning logistics chain,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, December 16, 2020 8:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Estamos em uma das maiores crises do setor e ninguém da indústria ira lembrar de 2020 com nostalgia" External link

bemparana Wednesday, December 16, 2020 7:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Estamos em uma das maiores crises do setor e ninguém da indústria ira lembrar de 2020 com nostalgia" External link

uol Wednesday, December 16, 2020 6:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estime : «L’atteinte de notre objectif de réduction de moitié de nos émissions nettes, par rapport au niveau de 2015, constituera certes un défi. Mais nous savons que c’est possible. Et nous sommes de plus en plus persuadés que notre industrie peut trouver les moyens d’éliminer complètement ses émissions nettes» External link

tdg Wednesday, December 16, 2020 2:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With the potential to safely re-open borders and revive travel with testing, governments will need to add measures that stimulate demand. Such targeted initiatives will help generate revenues, avoid adding debt to airlines and immediately generate economic activity across the value chain,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 16, 2020 7:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A robust economic recovery needs people to start traveling again. Every job in aviation supports a further 29 jobs, demonstrating the broad impact that re-connecting the world will have. There are many good ideas out there. Any government stands to benefit by including proven stimulus measures into their economic recovery plans. When people travel, economies prosper and grow,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 16, 2020 7:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are not asking for aviation workers to be on top of the list, but we need governments to ensure that transportation workers are considered as essential when vaccine roll-out plans are developed. The transportation of the COVID-19 vaccines has already begun, and as calculations show, it will require the equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747 freighter aircraft for global distribution. It is therefore essential that we have the qualified workforce in place to ensure a functioning logistics chain," External link

voxy Wednesday, December 16, 2020 5:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac warned : "we cannot wait for the global distribution of the vaccine to reopen borders to travel" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac warned : "we cannot wait for the global distribution of the vaccine to reopen borders to travel" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "it's clear that, for our customers, safe travel and effective testing are linked" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "it's clear that, for our customers, safe travel and effective testing are linked" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Demand for air cargo is coming back - a trend we see continuing into the fourth quarter. The biggest problem for air cargo is the lack of capacity as much of the passenger fleet remains grounded," External link

voxy Sunday, December 13, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Fresh outbreaks of Covid-19 and governments’ continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, December 12, 2020 12:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While the pace of recovery is faster in some regions than others, the overall picture for international travel is grim,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, December 12, 2020 12:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While the pace of recovery is faster in some regions than others, the overall picture for international travel is grim. This uneven recovery is more pronounced in domestic markets, with China’s domestic market having nearly recovered, while most others remain deeply depressed,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, December 11, 2020 6:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion of support provided to date has enabled the industry to survive, but more is required to carry the industry through to next summer. IATA has identified a range of market stimulation options that will support the viability of air routes while encouraging people to travel. Without aviation’s $3.5 trillion contribution to global GDP, there will be no broader economic recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, December 11, 2020 6:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “From one flight in 2008, we passed the threshold of 100,000 flights in 2017, and we expect to hit one million flights during 2020. But that is still just a drop in the ocean compared to what we want to achieve. We want one billion passengers to have flown on a SAF-blend flight by 2025. That won’t be easy to achieve. We need governments to set a framework to incentivize production of SAF and ensure it is as attractive to produce as automotive biofuels,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, December 10, 2020 6:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fresh outbreaks of COVID-19 and governments' continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand," External link

irishsun Wednesday, December 9, 2020 10:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fresh outbreaks of COVID-19 and governments' continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand," External link

irishsun Wednesday, December 9, 2020 10:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially viable airlines will be needed to lead the economic recovery from the depths of the Covid-19 crisis. Government support of $173 billion has helped many survive. With potential to safely re-open borders and revive travel with testing, governments will need to add measures that stimulate demand. Such targeted initiatives will help generate revenues, avoid adding debt to airlines, and immediately generate economic activity across the value chain,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A robust economic recovery needs people to start traveling again. Every job in aviation supports a further 29 jobs, demonstrating the broad impact that re-connecting the world will have. There are many good ideas out there. Any government stands to benefit by including proven stimulus measures into their economic recovery plans. When people travel, economies prosper and grow,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Fresh outbreaks of Covid-19 and governments’ continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand. While the pace of recovery is faster in some regions than others, the overall picture for international travel is grim. This uneven recovery is more pronounced in domestic markets, with China’s domestic market having nearly recovered, while most others remain deeply depressed,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is unrelenting. Our latest economic outlook is for airlines to lose $118.5 billion this year, or $66 for every passenger carried. Assuming borders re-open by mid-2021, the industry will ‘only’ lose $38.7 billion in 2021. Now is the time for governments to step up. The $173 billion of support provided to date has enabled the industry to survive, but more is required to carry the industry through to next summer. IATA has identified a range of market stimulation options that will support the viability of air routes while encouraging people to travel. Without aviation’s $3.5 trillion contribution to global GDP, there can be no broader economic recovery,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “So the capacity crunch from the grounded aircraft will hit particularly hard in the closing months of 2020. And the situation will become even more critical as we search for capacity for the impending vaccine deliveries,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 9, 2020 6:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "A demanda por carga aérea está voltando - uma tendência que vemos continuar no quarto trimestre. O maior problema da carga aérea é a falta de capacidade, pois grande parte da frota de passageiros permanece parada" External link

bemparana Monday, December 7, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Demand for air cargo is coming back -- a trend we see continuing into the fourth quarter. The biggest problem for air cargo is the lack of capacity as much of the passenger fleet remains grounded," External link

timesofoman Monday, December 7, 2020 6:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And the situation will become even more critical as we search for capacity for the impending vaccine deliveries," External link

timesofoman Monday, December 7, 2020 6:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Demand for air cargo is coming back -- a trend we see continuing into the fourth quarter. The biggest problem for air cargo is the lack of capacity as much of the passenger fleet remains grounded," External link

irishsun Monday, December 7, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And the situation will become even more critical as we search for capacity for the impending vaccine deliveries," External link

irishsun Monday, December 7, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

gulf-times Friday, December 4, 2020 10:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, December 4, 2020 7:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 2, 2020 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but also for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 2, 2020 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Meeting our goal of cutting our net emissions to half 2005 levels will be a challenge, but we know it can be done. And we have growing confidence that the industry can find a pathway to net-zero emissions,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 2, 2020 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 2, 2020 6:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but also for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 2, 2020 6:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Meeting our goal of cutting our net emissions to half 2005 levels will be a challenge, but we know it can be done. And we have growing confidence that the industry can find a pathway to net-zero emissions,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 2, 2020 6:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures,” External link

forbes Tuesday, December 1, 2020 5:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

business-standard Tuesday, December 1, 2020 2:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

HindustanTimes Monday, November 30, 2020 9:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

india Monday, November 30, 2020 3:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

financialexpress Monday, November 30, 2020 2:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

expressindia Monday, November 30, 2020 1:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

business-standard Monday, November 30, 2020 7:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today, borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

BangkokPost Monday, November 30, 2020 3:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever," External link

straitstimesSG Monday, November 30, 2020 2:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is vital that regulators quickly adopt the WASB proposals on a globally harmonized basis. Airlines and airports need certainty as they are already planning the 2021 Summer season (which begins in April) and have to agree schedules. Delays in adopting new rules will further damage the industry at a time when industry finances, and 4.8 million jobs in air transport, hang by a thread,” External link

khaleejtimes Sunday, November 29, 2020 8:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is vital that regulators quickly adopt the WASB proposals on a globally harmonized basis. Airlines and airports need certainty as they are already planning the 2021 Summer season (which begins in April) and have to agree schedules. Delays in adopting new rules will further damage the industry at a time when industry finances, and 4.8 million jobs in air transport, hang by a thread,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, November 29, 2020 7:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The history books will record 2020 as the industry's worst financial year, bar none," "Airlines cut expenses by an average of one billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments, we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale" External link

chinadaily Friday, November 27, 2020 5:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have long known that an energy transition to SAF is the game-changer. But energy transitions need government support. The cost of SAF is too high and supplies too limited. This crisis is the opportunity to change that. Putting economic stimulus funds behind the development of a large-scale, competitive SAF market would be a triple win—creating jobs, fighting climate change and sustainably connecting the world,” External link

centreforaviation Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As the world looks to re-boot the economy, let’s not waste this opportunity to create jobs and an industry that will yield huge dividends for the public good. If we can drive SAF prices down as we drive production volumes up, we will be able to sustainably connect the post-COVID-19 world,” External link

centreforaviation Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have long known that an energy transition to SAF is the game-changer. But energy transitions need government support. The cost of SAF is too high and supplies too limited. This crisis is the opportunity to change that. Putting economic stimulus funds behind the development of a large-scale, competitive SAF market would be a triple wincreating jobs, fighting climate change and sustainably connecting the world,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 26, 2020 9:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As the world looks to re-boot the economy, let’s not waste this opportunity to create jobs and an industry that will yield huge dividends for the public good. If we can drive SAF prices down as we drive production volumes up, we will be able to sustainably connect the post-COVID-19 world,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 26, 2020 9:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are serious in their commitment to reduce emissions. And they need a reliable tool to access quality carbon credits in real time. ACE will be a key tool helping airlines efficiently manage these important transactions,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 26, 2020 7:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Quarantines essentially kill demand for air travel and governments need to immediately consider the drastic socio-economic effect this is having," "People want and need global mobility … We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric. We could safely open borders today with systematic COVID-19 testing" External link

qt Wednesday, November 25, 2020 11:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We know in some countries we have some difficulties to convince the population to be vaccinated," External link

trust Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We know in some countries we have some difficulties to convince the population to be vaccinated," External link

4-traders Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Nous avons travaillé avec les gouvernements pour pouvoir réunir et tenir à jour toutes les informations disponibles sur les mesures sanitaires dans les différents pays" External link

challenges Wednesday, November 25, 2020 7:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8 percent, but revenues are down 60.9 percent. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion,” External link

manilastandardtoday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

manilastandardtoday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

manilastandardtoday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac ajoute : «Les frontières doivent être rouvertes sans mesures de quarantaine pour que les passagers puissent à nouveau prendre l’avion. Les compagnies devraient continuer à puiser dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu’au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n’y a donc pas de temps à perdre» External link

elwatan Wednesday, November 25, 2020 1:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again,” “The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021,” External link

dailytimesPK Wednesday, November 25, 2020 12:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We cannot wait for the vaccine that will not be fully available before mid-2021," "We need testing in the meantime" External link

arkansasonline Wednesday, November 25, 2020 11:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want and need global mobility. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Take-off measures make flying safe. But border closures, movement restrictions and quarantine measures make travel impossible for most. We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric. We could safely open borders today with systematic COVID-19 testing,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Covid-19 has devastated the balance sheets of our member airlines and we need continuing government support to enable the aviation industry to restart and rebuild connectivity. Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recoverynot just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “More support will be needed to see the industry through. And it must come in forms that do not further increase debt which has already ballooned from $430 billion in 2019 to $651 billion in 2020,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Meeting our goal of cutting our net emissions to half 2005 levels will be a challenge, but we know it can be done. And we have growing confidence that the industry can find a pathway to net zero emissions,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation will rely on liquid fuels to power operations out to 2050, especially for the long-haul fleet. SAF is the viable, decarbonization option. Putting economic stimulus funds behind the development of a large-scale, competitive SAF market would be a triple wincreating jobs, fighting climate change and sustainably connecting the world,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Taxes are not the way forward in mitigating climate change. All too often funds raised from environmental taxes are not used directly to fight climate change. Clearly, the best way forward is for governments to help build up a viable SAF industry,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must plan carefully with regulators how to safely ramp-up operations in the eventual recovery. Reactivating thousands of grounded aircraft, managing the qualifications and readiness of millions of licensed personnel and dealing with a major drain of experienced workers will be key to a safe re-start. From the earliest stages of the crisis we worked with ICAO and regulators on a framework to do this. And this work continues as the crisis drags on beyond expectations,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8 per cent, but revenues are down 60.9 per cent. The prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

cyprus-mail Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

cyprus-mail Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Boston is an exciting choice for the 77th IATA AGM. With its rich history, attractive setting and prestigious universities, it is a popular global tourism destination. As the world reopens, Boston will be a bellwether city to observe the shape of the recovery,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “These next months will be critical. There is much work to be done to re-open borders with testing. And we are making preparations for the eventual global distribution of vaccines. I look forward to working with Robin to move as far as we can on these and other critical IATA projects before handing over to Willie during March. In the meantime, I congratulate Willie on his appointment, and I thank Carsten and the other Board members for their support during my time at IATA,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Quarantines essentially kill demand for air travel and governments need to immediately consider the drastic socio-economic effect this is having,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 8:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 8:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "For the moment, we have had this very good news on the vaccine but it is a bit premature to say when and how the vaccination progress will be spread all around the world and the whole world will be done," "What we think is the emergency now is to implement the testing process" External link

theherald-au Wednesday, November 25, 2020 4:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This must not further increase debt," External link

theherald-au Wednesday, November 25, 2020 4:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We cannot wait for the vaccine that will not be fully available before mid-2021," "We need testing in the meantime" External link

startribune Wednesday, November 25, 2020 3:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We cannot wait for the vaccine that will not be fully available before mid-2021,” “We need testing in the meantime” External link

usaToday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 2:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Quarantines essentially kill demand for air travel and governments need to immediately consider the drastic socio-economic effect this is having,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 2:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 2:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "For the moment, we have had this very good news on the vaccine but it is a bit premature to say when and how the vaccination progress will be spread all around the world and the whole world will be done," "What we think is the emergency now is to implement the testing process" External link

theage Wednesday, November 25, 2020 12:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This must not further increase debt," External link

theage Wednesday, November 25, 2020 12:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place,” External link

irishtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 11:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8 per cent, but revenues are down 60.9 per cent. The result is that airlines will lose USD 66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of USD 118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose," External link

irishsun Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

abs-cbnnews Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligné : "les compagnies vont devoir continuer à puiser dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu'au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n'y a donc pas de temps à perdre" External link

afp-fr Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose” External link

timesofindia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “History books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

timesofindia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

timesofindia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

ibtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligne : "Les frontières doivent être rouvertes sans mesures de quarantaine pour que les passagers puissent à nouveau prendre l’avion. Les compagnies devraient continuer à puiser dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu’au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n’y a donc pas de temps à perdre" External link

sudouest Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

business-standard Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

ctvnews Tuesday, November 24, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

afp-en Tuesday, November 24, 2020 6:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

irishsun Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

4-traders Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:50:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP ,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again,” “The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021,” External link

timesofmalta Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again,” “The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021,” External link

themalaymailonline Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us,” External link

alarabiya-en Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us,” External link

financialexpress Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The positive impact it will have on the economy and air traffic will not happen massively before mid-2021,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While some governments and airlines such as Australia’s Qantas say passengers are likely to require vaccination for long-haul travel, the approach is unlikely to work everywhere,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

news24 Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

unian-en Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

wsau Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac ajoute : "Les frontières doivent être réouvertes sans mesures de quarantaine pour que les passagers puissent à nouveau prendre l'avion. Les compagnies devraient continuer à puisent dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu'au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n'y a donc pas de temps à perdre" External link

afp-fr Tuesday, November 24, 2020 3:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place,” External link

irishtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Momentum is building in support of our call for systematic testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine measures,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Public opinion supports Covid-19 testing. They see it as a far better option compared to quarantine which kills travel. And they feel comfortable that if you are tested and found negative you don’t need to quarantine,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data show that systematic testing can reduce the risk of importing Covid-19 through travel to very low levelsnot zero, but very low. Certainly in most cases it would reduce risk to levels that mean that arriving passengers are less likely to be infected than the local population and therefore do not add meaningfully to the prevalence of Covid-19 in most places. Efficiency will increase. Advances in technology are happening every day that will improve testing performance,” “Our mindset must be focused on managing the risks of the virus while maintaining the overall well-being of the population. That would be a shift from current government policies entirely focused on risk elimination until a vaccine is available and at any cost to people’s lives and livelihoods. Even with recent encouraging news, it will be well into 2021 before we can expect large scale vaccination,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is at the core of aviation. This crisis has only reinforced that commitment. There has been an inspiring effort by governments, public health authorities and aviation entities to ensure safe operations even during this pandemic. ICAO’s Take-off guidelines are practical measures to deliver a safe public health environment from check-in to arrival. And the many advances on testing, including ICAO’s guidance, are what is needed to open borders while minimizing the risk of Covid-19 importation,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

newstalkzb Tuesday, November 24, 2020 11:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I did not come to this decision lightly. It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve the global air transport industry--what I call the business of freedom--as the head of IATA. Over the last years IATA has strategically increased its relevance as the voice of the global airline industry. This has been evident in the COVID-19 crisis. IATA has set the course to restore air connectivity amid the pandemic with systematic pre-departure testing," External link

irishsun Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I did not come to this decision lightly. It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve the global air transport industrywhat I call the business of freedomas the head of IATA. Over the last years IATA has strategically increased its relevance as the voice of the global airline industry. This has been evident in the Covid-19 crisis. IATA has set the course to restore air connectivity amid the pandemic with systematic pre-departure testing,” “We are well into preparations to fulfil critical vaccine distribution needs. In parallel, we have restructured IATA to survive the crisis and be ready to support the industry recovery with an organization dimensioned to serve a smaller industry. And we have a motivated team that is determined to get the job done. The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place. And now is the right time to hand over IATA’s leadership for the long process of recovery” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I did not come to this decision lightly. It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve the global air transport industry-what I call the business of freedom-as the head of IATA. Over the last years IATA has strategically increased its relevance as the voice of the global airline industry. This has been evident in the COVID-19 crisis. IATA has set the course to restore air connectivity amid the pandemic with systematic pre-departure testing. We are well into preparations to fulfil critical vaccine distribution needs. In parallel, we have restructured IATA to survive the crisis and be ready to support the industry recovery with an organization dimensioned to serve a smaller industry. And we have a motivated team that is determined to get the job done. The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place. And now is the right time to hand over IATA’s leadership for the long process of recovery," External link

voxy Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “Safely restarting global connectivity will help kickstart the global economy, save jobs and improve lives,” “That is why it is our top priority,” External link

financialexpress Monday, November 23, 2020 9:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures. The second key is the global information infrastructure needed to securely manage, share and verify test data matched with traveller identities in compliance with border control requirements. That’s the job of IATA Travel Pass. We are bringing this to market in the coming months to also meet the needs of the various travel bubbles and public health corridors that are starting operation,” External link

tradearabia Monday, November 23, 2020 6:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estimé : "pour les prochains mois, les besoins de l'industrie devraient être évalués à 70 à 80 milliards de dollars d'aides supplémentaires. Sinon des compagnies ne survivront pas" External link

nna-fr Sunday, November 22, 2020 3:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Plus la crise dure, plus les risques de faillites se précisent" External link

nna-fr Sunday, November 22, 2020 3:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We’ll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong,” External link

thenews-pk Saturday, November 21, 2020 6:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Quanto mais dura a crise, mais claro fica o risco de falência” External link

observador Friday, November 20, 2020 10:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

abs-cbnnews Friday, November 20, 2020 10:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

channelnewsasia Friday, November 20, 2020 9:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

ibtimes Friday, November 20, 2020 7:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Quanto mais dura a crise, mais claro fica o risco de falência” External link

24-sapo Friday, November 20, 2020 7:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estimé : "pour les prochains mois, les besoins de l'industrie devraient être évalués à 70 à 80 milliards de dollars d'aides supplémentaires. Sinon des compagnies ne survivront pas" External link

capital-FR Friday, November 20, 2020 6:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Plus la crise dure, plus les risques de faillites se précisent" External link

capital-FR Friday, November 20, 2020 6:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Nous leur sommes d'ailleurs extrêmement reconnaissants d'avoir injecté 160 milliards de dollars dans le secteur" External link

usinenouvelle Friday, November 20, 2020 5:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

afp-en Friday, November 20, 2020 5:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficiently delivering billions of doses that must be stored in a deep-frozen state to the entire world will involve hugely complex logistical challenges. While the immediate challenge is the implementation of Covid-19 testing measures to reopen borders without quarantine, we must be prepared for when a vaccine is ready” External link

iol Wednesday, November 18, 2020 11:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac comenta : "Entregar bilhões de doses de uma vacina que deve ser transportada e armazenada em condições de alta refrigeração no mundo inteiro envolve um enorme desafio logístico" External link

uol Monday, November 16, 2020 6:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac comenta : "Entregar bilhões de doses de uma vacina que deve ser transportada e armazenada em condições de alta refrigeração no mundo inteiro envolve um enorme desafio logístico" External link

bemparana Monday, November 16, 2020 5:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation faces an unprecedented employment catastrophe. Airlines have cut costs to the bone, but have just 8.5 months of cash left under current conditions. Tens of thousands of jobs have already been lost, and unless governments provide more financial relief, these are likely to increase to the hundreds of thousands,” External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, November 12, 2020 11:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ''Tens of thousands of jobs have already been lost, and unless governments provide more financial relief, these are likely to increase to the hundreds of thousands. Aviation plays an essential role connecting nations and carrying essential cargo, and it is in governments’ interests to offer further financial aid to keep the industry viable,'' External link

standardmedia Thursday, November 12, 2020 12:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But more importantly, governments need to work together to safely re-open borders. That means putting in place a global scheme for testing passengers for COVID-19. With that in place, quarantine can be removed and passengers can have the confidence to fly again,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, November 12, 2020 8:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Already North American and African carriers are reporting demand gains in 2020. The challenge continues to be on capacity. As carriers adjust schedules to reflect falling passenger demand amid the resurgence of COVID-19, valuable belly capacity will be lost when it is needed the most,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, November 12, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The aim is to safely reconnect the world and these recommendations are moving us forward” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, November 11, 2020 7:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The public should be reassured. The Take-off guidance will keep flying safe through this pandemic with recommendations that combine the best advice of public health authorities such as the World Health Organization with the technical expertise of aviation regulators and operators,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 11, 2020 10:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation faces an unprecedented employment catastrophe. Airlines have cut costs to the bone, but have just 8.5 months of cash left under current conditions. Tens of thousands of jobs have already been lost, and unless governments provide more financial relief, these are likely to increase to the hundreds of thousands,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 11, 2020 7:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "With that in place, quarantines can be removed, and passengers can have the confidence to fly again," External link

haberler-en Tuesday, November 10, 2020 7:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Resurgence in COVID-19 outbreaks – particularly in Europe and the U.S. – combined with governments’ reliance on the blunt instrument of quarantine in the absence of globally aligned testing regimes, has halted momentum toward re-opening borders to travel. Although domestic markets are doing better, this is primarily owing to improvements in China and Russia. And domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, November 6, 2020 8:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “To avoid this economic catastrophe, governments need to align on testing as a way to open borders and enable travel without quarantine; and provide further relief measures to sustain the industry through the dark winter ahead. A broader economic recovery is only possible through the connectivity provided by aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, November 6, 2020 8:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The airline industry cannot slash costs fast enough to compensate for the collapse in passenger demand brought about by Covid-19 and government border closures and quarantines,” “Some 4.8 million aviation-sector jobs are imperiled,” External link

independent-ie Friday, November 6, 2020 6:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "Domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery," External link

aa-en Thursday, November 5, 2020 5:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "Domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery," External link

yenisafak-en Thursday, November 5, 2020 2:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have hit a wall in the industry’s recovery. A resurgence in Covid-19 outbreaks -- particularly in Europe and the US --combined with governments’ reliance on the blunt instrument of quarantine in the absence of globally aligned testing regimes, has halted momentum toward re-opening borders to travel. Although domestic markets are doing better, this is primarily owing to improvements in China and Russia. And domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 5, 2020 9:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Last week we provided analysis showing that the airline industry cannot slash costs fast enough to compensate for the collapse in passenger demand brought about by Covid-19 and government border closures and quarantines. Some 4.8 million aviation-sector jobs are imperiled, as are a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation. To avoid this economic catastrophe, governments need to align on testing as a way to open borders and enable travel without quarantine; and provide further relief measures to sustain the industry through the dark winter ahead. A broader economic recovery is only possible through the connectivity provided by aviation,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 5, 2020 9:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo volumes are down on 2019, but they are a world apart from the extreme difficulties in the passenger business. For air cargo, 92% of the business is still there, whereas about 90% of international passenger traffic has disappeared,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 5, 2020 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac comenta : “Os volumes do transporte de cargas estão em queda ante 2019, mas estão a um modo de distância das extremas dificuldades do transporte de passageiros” External link

istoe Wednesday, November 4, 2020 8:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximise our cost cutting, we still won't have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," "Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect, putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation" External link

business-times Thursday, October 29, 2020 6:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximise our cost cutting, we still won't have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," "Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect, putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation" External link

business-times Wednesday, October 28, 2020 8:20:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labour catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic Covid-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The handwriting is on the wall. For each day that the crisis continues, the potential for job losses and economic devastation grows. Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation,” “Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labour catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic Covid-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won't have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," External link

straitstimesSG Wednesday, October 28, 2020 2:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, October 28, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, October 28, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The handwriting is on the wall. For each day that the crisis continues, the potential for job losses and economic devastation grows. Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation. Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labor catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic COVID-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, October 28, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

modernghana Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

modernghana Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The handwriting is on the wall. For each day that the crisis continues, the potential for job losses and economic devastation grows. Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation. Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labor catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic COVID-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine,” External link

modernghana Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," External link

yahoo-au Tuesday, October 27, 2020 7:57:00 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

tribtown Thursday, October 22, 2020 6:56:00 PM EAT

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 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 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



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Willie Walsh said ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : “I am passionate about our industry and about the critical work that IATA does on behalf of its members, never more so than during the Covid-19 crisis. IATA has been at the forefront of efforts to restart global connectivity, including developing the IATA Travel Pass. Less visible but of equal importance, airlines continue to rely on IATA’s financial settlement systems, Timatic and other vital services to support their day-to-day operations. I am grateful to Alexandre for leaving behind a strong organisation and a motivated team. Together, the IATA team is absolutely focused on restoring the freedom of movement that airlines provide to billions of people around the world. That means your freedom to visit friends and family, to meet critical business partners, to secure and retain vital contracts, and to explore our wonderful planet,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, April 4, 2021 12:01:00 AM EAT

Ashish Jha says ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” said Alexandre de Juniac, the CEO of the airline trade group. Operators of hotels that depend on international visitors are also eager to see the passes adopted. The airline trade group tested its app Wednesday on a Singapore Airlines flight to London. A passenger put a digital version of his passport, coronavirus test results, and travel restrictions at his destination on a mobile device. Where would these passes be required? Vaccine passports will be most common on international flights. Some countries already require proof of vaccination for diseases such as yellow fever, and the United States now requires a negative test for COVID-19 to enter the country, so a digital health passport isn’t much of a leap. What are the risks? The available vaccines are most effective at preventing serious illness, but that doesn't rule out the possibility that vaccinated travelers could still spread the virus. “I think we have enough evidence right now to say that these vaccines cut transmission, that vaccinated people are much less likely to transmit the disease," External link

fox10tv Friday, March 19, 2021 2:37:00 PM EAT

Ashish Jha says ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” said Alexandre de Juniac, the CEO of the airline trade group. Operators of hotels that depend on international visitors are also eager to see the passes adopted. The airline trade group tested its app Wednesday on a Singapore Airlines flight to London. A passenger put a digital version of his passport, coronavirus test results, and travel restrictions at his destination on a mobile device. Vaccine passports will be most common on international flights. Some countries already require proof of vaccination for diseases such as yellow fever, and the United States now requires a negative test for COVID-19 to enter the country, so a digital health passport isn’t much of a leap. The available vaccines are most effective at preventing serious illness, but that doesn't rule out the possibility that vaccinated travelers could still spread the virus. “I think we have enough evidence right now to say that these vaccines cut transmission, that vaccinated people are much less likely to transmit the disease," External link

kgw Thursday, March 18, 2021 11:34:00 PM EAT

Ashish Jha says ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” said Alexandre de Juniac, the CEO of the airline trade group. Operators of hotels that depend on international visitors are also eager to see the passes adopted. The airline trade group tested its app Wednesday on a Singapore Airlines flight to London. A passenger put a digital version of his passport, coronavirus test results, and travel restrictions at his destination on a mobile device. WHERE WOULD THESE PASSES BE REQUIRED? Vaccine passports will be most common on international flights. Some countries already require proof of vaccination for diseases such as yellow fever, and the United States now requires a negative test for COVID-19 to enter the country, so a digital health passport isn’t much of a leap. WHAT ARE THE RISKS? The available vaccines are most effective at preventing serious illness, but that doesn't rule out the possibility that vaccinated travelers could still spread the virus. “I think we have enough evidence right now to say that these vaccines cut transmission, that vaccinated people are much less likely to transmit the disease," External link

wral Thursday, March 18, 2021 10:23:00 PM EAT

Ashish Jha says ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” said Alexandre de Juniac, the CEO of the airline trade group. Operators of hotels that depend on international visitors are also eager to see the passes adopted. The airline trade group tested its app Wednesday on a Singapore Airlines flight to London. A passenger put a digital version of his passport, coronavirus test results, and travel restrictions at his destination on a mobile device. WHERE WOULD THESE PASSES BE REQUIRED? Vaccine passports will be most common on international flights. Some countries already require proof of vaccination for diseases such as yellow fever, and the United States now requires a negative test for COVID-19 to enter the country, so a digital health passport isn’t much of a leap. WHAT ARE THE RISKS? The available vaccines are most effective at preventing serious illness, but that doesn't rule out the possibility that vaccinated travelers could still spread the virus. “I think we have enough evidence right now to say that these vaccines cut transmission, that vaccinated people are much less likely to transmit the disease," External link

news4jax Thursday, March 18, 2021 10:08:00 PM EAT

Ashish Jha says ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” said Alexandre de Juniac, the CEO of the airline trade group. Operators of hotels that depend on international visitors are also eager to see the passes adopted. The airline trade group tested its app Wednesday on a Singapore Airlines flight to London. A passenger put a digital version of his passport, coronavirus test results, and travel restrictions at his destination on a mobile device. WHERE WOULD THESE PASSES BE REQUIRED? Vaccine passports will be most common on international flights. Some countries already require proof of vaccination for diseases such as yellow fever, and the United States now requires a negative test for COVID-19 to enter the country, so a digital health passport isn’t much of a leap. WHAT ARE THE RISKS? The available vaccines are most effective at preventing serious illness, but that doesn't rule out the possibility that vaccinated travelers could still spread the virus. “I think we have enough evidence right now to say that these vaccines cut transmission, that vaccinated people are much less likely to transmit the disease," External link

wftv Thursday, March 18, 2021 9:41:00 PM EAT

Ashish Jha says ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” said Alexandre de Juniac, the CEO of the airline trade group. Operators of hotels that depend on international visitors are also eager to see the passes adopted. The airline trade group tested its app Wednesday on a Singapore Airlines flight to London. A passenger put a digital version of his passport, coronavirus test results, and travel restrictions at his destination on a mobile device. WHERE WOULD THESE PASSES BE REQUIRED? Vaccine passports will be most common on international flights. Some countries already require proof of vaccination for diseases such as yellow fever, and the United States now requires a negative test for COVID-19 to enter the country, so a digital health passport isn’t much of a leap. WHAT ARE THE RISKS? The available vaccines are most effective at preventing serious illness, but that doesn't rule out the possibility that vaccinated travelers could still spread the virus. “I think we have enough evidence right now to say that these vaccines cut transmission, that vaccinated people are much less likely to transmit the disease," External link

ABCnews Thursday, March 18, 2021 9:13:00 PM EAT

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Alexandre de Juniac said : “The good news is that airlines have broken the boom-and-bust cycle. A downturn in the trading environment no longer plunges the industry into a deep crisis. But under current circumstances, the great achievement of the industry—creating value for investors with normal levels of profitability is at risk. Airlines will still create value for investors in 2019 with above cost-of-capital returns, but only just,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 15, 2021 7:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation is the business of freedom. For 4.6 billion travelers it is their freedom to explore, build business, or reunite with friends and family. The economic benefit of this is 65 million jobs and a $2.7 trillion boost to the global economy. Aviation is growing responsibly to meet this demand. From 2020, for example, the industry will achieve carbon-neutral growth. And that is on the way to the much more ambitious goal of cutting emissions to half 2005 levels by 2050. We are determined to deliver sustainable global connectivity through aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 15, 2021 7:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “Air cargo carriers are working closely with governments and health organisations around the world to safeguard public health while also keeping the global economy moving. Today, as we fight a global health war against Covid-19, governments must take urgent action to facilitate air cargo. Keeping cargo flowing will save lives,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, March 31, 2021 8:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Along with vaccines, testing will play a critical role in giving governments the confidence to re-open their borders to travellers. For governments, the top priority is accuracy. But travellers will also need tests to be convenient and affordable. The OXERA-Edge Health report tells us that the best-in-class antigen tests can tick all these boxes. It’s important for governments to consider these findings as they make plans for a re-start,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, March 31, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Travellers need options. Including antigen testing among acceptable tests will certainly give strength to the recovery. And the EU’s specification of acceptable antigen tests offers a good baseline for wider international harmonisation of acceptable standards. We now need to see governments implement these recommendations. The goal is to have a clear set of testing options that are medically effective, financially accessible, and practically available to all prospective travelers,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, March 31, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Restarting international aviation will energise the economic recovery from Covid-19. Along with vaccines, testing will play a critical role in giving governments the confidence to re-open their borders to travellers," External link

HindustanTimes Tuesday, March 30, 2021 7:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

wsoctv Tuesday, March 30, 2021 5:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Restarting international aviation will energize the economic recovery from Covid-19. Along with vaccines, testing will play a critical role in giving governments the confidence to re-open their borders to travellers. For governments, the top priority is accuracy. But travellers will also need tests to be convenient and affordable. The Oxera-Edge Health report tells us that the best-in-class antigen tests can tick all these boxes. It’s important for governments to consider these findings as they make plans for a re-start,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 30, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Travellers need options. Including antigen testing among acceptable tests will certainly give strength to the recovery. And the EU’s specification of acceptable antigen tests offers a good baseline for wider international harmonization of acceptable standards. We now need to see governments implement these recommendations. The goal is to have a clear set of testing options that are medically effective, financially accessible, and practically available to all prospective travellers,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 30, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are already seeing rapid testing becoming commonplace in non-travel settings such as schools and workplaces. Extending its use to travel is a logical step. Science backs this up. In real world conditions, antigen testing is as effective as PCR testing in reducing the risk of cross-border transmission. Meanwhile the cost and bureaucracy of PCR tests adds huge burdens to families and businesses looking to travel. These are important considerations in preparing for a successful re-start,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 30, 2021 12:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Flying is safe, although the industry did take a step back on performance in 2020. The severe reduction in flight numbers magnified the impact of each accident when we calculate rates. But numbers don’t lie, and we will not allow this to become a trend. We will have even sharper focus on safety during this period of reduced operations and as flight schedules are rebuilt when the world reopens,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The lack of any such events in 2020 was a positive development. Nevertheless, based on the initial reports from the investigation into the tragic loss of Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 early in 2021, we must continue to learn and improve,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While we recognize the extraordinary challenges in 2020 that touched on all aspects of aviation, we hope that we will see additional movement in this number as the pandemic recedes,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We will have even sharper focus on safety during this period of reduced operations and as flight schedules are rebuilt when the world reopens,” External link

thenational Friday, March 26, 2021 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The lack of any such events in 2020 was a positive development … we must continue to learn and improve,” External link

thenational Friday, March 26, 2021 3:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Given the health, social and economic costs of travel restrictions, airlines should be ready to re-connect the world as soon as governments can re-open borders. That’s why a plan with measurable milestones is so critical. Without one, how can we be prepared for restart without an unnecessary delay?” External link

guardian-ng Friday, March 26, 2021 6:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, March 24, 2021 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travellers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentials – importantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, March 24, 2021 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

wmur Saturday, March 20, 2021 2:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

wxii12 Saturday, March 20, 2021 1:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

kcci Saturday, March 20, 2021 1:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

wyff4 Saturday, March 20, 2021 1:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We believe that it is vital to do all we can to meet as an industry face to face. Doing so will affirm that airlines can safely connect the world, demonstrate our industry’s resilience, and confirm the inestimable value of in-person meetings, facilitated by aviation,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As we showed last week, about 57 per cent of travellers are ready to fly within a few months of the pandemic being contained,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficiently and securely handling health credentials vaccine and testing certificates will be essential to an efficient restart. We believe that the Iata Travel Pass will play a major role in that. And this trial implementation is a major milestone on the way to the app release in April,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We believe that it is vital to do all we can to meet as an industry face-to-face. Doing so will affirm that airlines can safely connect the world, demonstrate our industry’s resilience, and confirm the inestimable value of in-person meetings, facilitated by aviation,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travellers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentials importantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:37:00 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 Saturday, March 20, 2021 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “So long as governments maintain quarantine requirements, there will be no restart,” “With ample testing capacity, testing to travel is the first option. And with more and more people being vaccinated, there is a growing population that should be able to travel without restriction” External link

news24 Friday, March 19, 2021 4:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

startribune Friday, March 19, 2021 2:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

voanews Friday, March 19, 2021 12:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

medicalxpress Thursday, March 18, 2021 11:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

boston Thursday, March 18, 2021 11:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

680news Thursday, March 18, 2021 9:22:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The successful implementation of IATA travel pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely, conveniently and efficiently help travellers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

business-standard Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The successful implementation of IATA travel pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely, conveniently and efficiently help travellers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

timesofoman Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The successful implementation of IATA Travel Pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely; conveniently and efficiently help travellers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, March 18, 2021 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travellers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentialsimportantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, March 18, 2021 8:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : "The successful implementation of IATA Travel Pass in this trial with Singapore Airlines passengers demonstrates that technology can securely, conveniently and efficiently help travelers and governments to manage travel health credentials. The significance of this to re-starting international aviation cannot be overstated," External link

voxy Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today’s success is a big win for many parties. It gives travelers a one-stop-shop to help them comply with the new rules for travel. It shows that governments can efficiently manage these travel requirements with complete confidence in the identity of the passenger and the veracity of the travel credentials-importantly, avoiding long queues. And it’s a purpose-built means for airlines to manage the new travel requirements without drowning in inefficient and ineffective paper processes," External link

voxy Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “As vacinas terão um papel importante na recuperação do setor. Esperamos que as fronteiras estejam suficientemente abertas em outubro deste ano ao redor do mundo” External link

istoe Wednesday, March 17, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "As vacinas terão um papel importante na recuperação do setor. Esperamos que as fronteiras estejam suficientemente abertas em outubro deste ano ao redor do mundo" External link

bemparana Wednesday, March 17, 2021 8:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We’ve already seen some plans by governments to subsidise tickets, routes and domestic journeys,” External link

reuters-af Wednesday, March 17, 2021 8:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Recently, we recorded that 57 per cent of travellers are ready to fly within a few months of the pandemic being contained. Efficiently and securely handling health credentials, vaccine and testing certificates will be essential. We believe that the IATA travel pass will play a major role in this. To sum up, there is light at the end of a very long tunnel; more and more people are being vaccinated, and this will play a major role in opening borders,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The top priority of everybody at the moment is staying safe amid the Covid-19 crisis. But it is important that we map a way to being able to re-open borders, manage risks and enable people to get on with their lives,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are designing Iata Travel Pass with the traveller in mind. Passengers keep all the data on their mobile devices, and they remain in full control of where that data goes. There is no central database. While we are making good progress with numerous trials, we are still awaiting the global standards for digital testing and vaccine certificates. Only with global standards and governments accepting them can we maximize efficiency and deliver an optimum travel experience,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again towards working with governments for a well-planned re-opening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 17, 2021 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "This is a major piece of work by states and aviation stakeholders under the leadership of ICAO and with the full support of the industry. Of course, these recommendations, guidelines and tools are only meaningful if they are adopted universally," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 16, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac remarked : "One of the most important recommendations from this work is the call for national authorities to ensure that CART delivers results in national decision-making. We all know how important aviation is to the economy," "And the harmonised implementation of these guidelines is what will put people back in jobs by getting the industry moving again. As ICAO tracks implementation, it is also critical to track the impact of latest developments in Covid-19 on risk management frameworks, especially as we learn more about the effectiveness of vaccines against transmission," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 16, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac stated : "It is crucial that states implement this guidance, particularly as they plan for the restart of international aviation when borders are able to open. As we have said many times, it was easy to shut down aviation with individual decisions," "Restarting and maintaining operations to deliver economically and socially vital connectivity can only happen if all parties work together. The CART recommendations are the building blocks for that cooperation," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 16, 2021 9:46:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are working with our partners on vaccination, testing and safe air travel measures," External link

straitstimesSG Thursday, March 11, 2021 5:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are working with our partners on vaccination, testing and safe air travel measures," External link

nationmultimedia Thursday, March 11, 2021 5:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again toward working with governments for a well-planned reopening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

arabnews Wednesday, March 10, 2021 10:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisted : “We are designing Iata Travel Pass with the traveller in mind,” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 10, 2021 10:21:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The top priority of everybody at the moment is staying safe amid the Covid-19 crisis. But it is important that we map a way to being able to re-open borders, manage risks and enable people to get on with their lives," External link

HindustanTimes Wednesday, March 10, 2021 9:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The top priority of everybody at the moment is staying safe amid the Covid-19 crisis. But it is important that we map a way to being able to re-open borders, manage risks and enable people to get on with their lives,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 10, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are designing Iata Travel Pass with the traveller in mind. Passengers keep all the data on their mobile devices, and they remain in full control of where that data goes. There is no central database. While we are making good progress with numerous trials, we are still awaiting the global standards for digital testing and vaccine certificates. Only with global standards and governments accepting them can we maximize efficiency and deliver an optimum travel experience,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 10, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want to get back to travel, but quarantine is the showstopper. As testing capacity and technology improves and the vaccinated population grows, the conditions for removing quarantine measures are being created. And this points us again towards working with governments for a well-planned re-opening as soon as conditions allow,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 10, 2021 7:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “2021 is starting off worse than 2020 ended and that is saying a lot. Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new COVID variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions. The uncertainty around how long these restrictions will last also has an impact on future travel,” External link

independent-UG Tuesday, March 9, 2021 2:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Albakri is well prepared to guide the development of IATA’s commercial offerings, settlement services and digital leadership,” External link

arabnews Saturday, March 6, 2021 6:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new COVID variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions. The uncertainty around how long these restrictions will last also has an impact on future travel. Forward bookings in February this year for the Northern Hemisphere summer travel season were 78 per cent below levels in February 2019,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, March 5, 2021 6:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “These will be critical to restarting international travel if governments continue to require verified testing or vaccination data. IATA will soon launch the IATA Travel Pass to help travellers and governments manage digital health credentials. But the full benefit of IATA Travel Pass cannot be realized until governments agree with the standards for the information they want,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, March 5, 2021 6:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft," External link

business-standard Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft. That should be a sign to governments that they need to share their plans for restart so that the industry has clarity in terms of how soon more capacity can be brought online. In normal times, a third of world trade by value moves by air. This high value commerce is vital to helping restore Covid damaged economies—not to mention the critical role air cargo is playing in distributing lifesaving vaccines that must continue for the foreseeable future,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft," External link

timesofoman Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy," External link

straitstimesSG Thursday, March 4, 2021 9:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "2021 is starting off worse than 2020 ended and that is saying a lot. Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new Covid variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions," External link

business-standard Wednesday, March 3, 2021 1:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "To say that 2021 has not gotten off to a good start is an understatement. Financial prospects for the year are worsening as governments tighten travel restrictions," External link

business-standard Wednesday, March 3, 2021 1:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac insisted : “It is critical governments build and share their restart plans along with the benchmarks that will guide them” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 3, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac acknowledged : “We need to include people who have been vaccinated [already]” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 3, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have been discussing with the DfT to see if, when and how this could be used by the UK government” External link

travelweekly Wednesday, March 3, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy. But while there is a strong demand to ship goods, our ability is capped by the shortage of belly capacity normally provided by passenger aircraft. That should be a sign to governments that they need to share their plans for restart so that the industry has clarity in terms of how soon more capacity can be brought online. In normal times, a third of world trade by value moves by air. This high value commerce is vital to helping restore Covid damaged economiesnot to mention the critical role air cargo is playing in distributing lifesaving vaccines that must continue for the foreseeable future,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, March 3, 2021 10:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, March 2, 2021 8:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A functioning airline industry can eventually energize the economic recovery from COVID-19. But that won’t happen if there are massive failures before the crisis ends. If governments are unable to open their borders, we will need them to open their wallets with financial relief to keep airlines viable,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, March 2, 2021 8:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo traffic is back to pre-crisis levels and that is some much-needed good news for the global economy,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, March 2, 2021 8:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac remarked : "This year is starting off worse than 2020 ended and that is saying a lot. Even as vaccination programmes gather pace, new Covid variants are leading governments to increase travel restrictions. The uncertainty around how long these restrictions will last also has an impact on future travel," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This is not something that the industry will be able to endure without additional relief measures from governments," "Increased testing capability and vaccine distribution are the keys for governments to unlock economic activity, including travel. It is critical that governments build and share their restart plans along with the benchmarks that will guide them. This will enable the industry to be prepared to energize the recovery without any unnecessary delay," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Forward bookings in February this year for the Northern Hemisphere summer travel season were 78% below levels in February 2019," External link

tradearabia Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins. Digital solutions must be secure, work with existing systems, align with global standards and respect data privacy. In developing the IATA Travel Pass these are fully in focus. The IATA Travel App will help to set the bar very high for managing health credentials, protecting against fraud and enabling a convenient travel process. While there is choice in the market for solutions, there should be no compromise on the fundamentals, or we risk failing systems, disappointed governments and travelers, and a delayed restart,” External link

albawaba-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 8:50:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Whatever governments plans are, we'll be ready to help them with the IATA Travel Pass," External link

dhakatribune Thursday, February 25, 2021 8:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected. Our best-case scenario sees airlines burning through $75 billion in cash this year. And it could be as bad as $95 billion. More emergency relief from governments will be needed. A functioning airline industry can eventually energize the economic recovery from COVID-19. But that won’t happen if there are massive failures before the crisis ends. If governments are unable to open their borders, we will need them to open their wallets with financial relief to keep airlines viable,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The UK has set a good example. Earlier this week it laid out a structure for re-opening based on an improvement in the COVID-19 situation. This gives airlines a framework to plan the restart, even if it needs to be adjusted along the way. Other governments should take note as a best practice for working with industry,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “Speed is critical. Fraudulent COVID-19 test results are already proving to be an issue. And as vaccine programs ramp up governments are using paper processes and differing digital standards to record who has been vaccinated. These are not the conditions needed to support a successful restart at scale when governments open borders. The WHO, ICAO, and OECD are working on standards, but each day without them means the challenge gets bigger. We need an early conclusion by competent authorities that the industry can plan around,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “Even as governments focus on managing the COVID-19 crisis, we must be thinking a step ahead to the plans, tools and standards needed to restart flying and energize the economic recovery from COVID-19. Working in partnership is nothing new for airlines or for governments. It’s how we have delivered safe, efficient, and reliable connectivity for decades. For a year it’s been lockdowns and restrictions as vaccines were developed and testing capacity expanded. The reason for all the pain that this has caused is to keep people safe and to eventually be able to retore their well-being and that of the economy. With good news on vaccines and growing testing capacity, there is a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. So, it’s the time to ask governments for their restart plan and to offer any support from industry that could help,” External link

dailytimesPK Thursday, February 25, 2021 6:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins,” External link

yenisafak-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 10:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins. Digital solutions must be secure, work with existing systems, align with global standards and respect data privacy. In developing the IATA Travel Pass these are fully in focus. The IATA Travel App will help to set the bar very high for managing health credentials, protecting against fraud and enabling a convenient travel process. While there is choice in the market for solutions, there should be no compromise on the fundamentals, or we risk failing systems, disappointed governments and travelers, and a delayed restart,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected. Our best-case scenario sees airlines burning through $75 billion in cash this year. And it could be as bad as $95 billion,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Speed is critical. Fraudulent Covid-19 test results are already proving to be an issue. And as vaccine programs ramp up governments are using paper processes and differing digital standards to record who has been vaccinated. These are not the conditions needed to support a successful restart at scale when governments open borders. The WHO, ICAO, and OECD are working on standards, but each day without them means the challenge gets bigger. We need an early conclusion by competent authorities that the industry can plan around,” “Even as governments focus on managing the Covid-19 crisis, we must be thinking a step ahead to the plans, tools and standards needed to restart flying and energize the economic recovery from Covid-19. Working in partnership is nothing new for airlines or for governments. It’s how we have delivered safe, efficient, and reliable connectivity for decades. For a year it’s been lockdowns and restrictions as vaccines were developed and testing capacity expanded. The reason for all the pain that this has caused is to keep people safe and to eventually be able to restore their well-being and that of the economy. With good news on vaccines and growing testing capacity, there is a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. So, it’s the time to ask governments for their restart plan and to offer any support from industry that could help,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “The UK has set a good example. Earlier this week it laid out a structure for re-opening based on an improvement in the Covid-19 situation. This gives airlines a framework to plan the restart, even if it needs to be adjusted along the way. Other governments should take note as a best practice for working with industry,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about The UK ) : “Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins. Digital solutions must be secure, work with existing systems, align with global standards and respect data privacy,” “In developing the Iata Travel Pass these are fully in focus. The Iata Travel App will help to set the bar very high for managing health credentials, protecting against fraud and enabling a convenient travel process. While there is choice in the market for solutions, there should be no compromise on the fundamentals, or we risk failing systems, disappointed governments and travellers, and a delayed restart” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 25, 2021 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Efficient digital management of health credentials is vital to restart. Manual processes will not be able to cope with volumes once the recovery begins," External link

haberler-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Burning a further $75 billion to $95 billion this year is not something that the industry will be able to withstand without additional government relief. And the expectation that the industry will not turn cash-positive until 2022 is yet another reminder of the severity of the crisis," External link

haberler-en Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:44:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected. " External link

heart Thursday, February 25, 2021 12:26:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With governments having tightening border restrictions, 2021 is shaping up to be a much tougher year than previously expected,” External link

theepochtimes Wednesday, February 24, 2021 7:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “The trial app has a range of features, including a registry of testing centres and labs at the departure and/or arrival location which can conduct COVID-19 tests in accordance with the type of test required for the journey,” External link

rnanews Tuesday, February 23, 2021 8:52:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “For many airlines, 2020 saw air cargo become a vital source of revenues, despite weakened demand. But with much of the passenger fleet grounded, meeting demand without belly capacity continues to be an enormous challenge. And, as countries strengthen travel restrictions in the face of new coronavirus variants, it is difficult to see improvements in passenger demand or the capacity crunch. 2021 will be another tough year,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, February 19, 2021 8:00:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 17, 2021 8:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173bn in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 17, 2021 8:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for COVID-19 testing or vaccine information. In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, February 12, 2021 6:24:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no other way to describe it. What recovery there was over the Northern hemisphere summer season stalled in autumn and the situation turned dramatically worse over the year-end holiday season, as more severe travel restrictions were imposed in the face of new outbreaks and new strains of Covid-19," External link

allafrica Friday, February 12, 2021 4:32:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “In the last days we have seen thousands of airline staff in the US receive the difficult news that their jobs could disappear on April 1 when the current wage subsidy ends,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 10, 2021 10:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Eventually, we will be at a point where these and other measures give governments the reassurance that the risk of re-starting our lives including travel is tolerable, recognising also the significant social and economic benefits that are at stake. We are eager to work with governments as partners to understand what the benchmarks and conditions will be for a decision to give people back their freedom of movement,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, February 10, 2021 10:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

heart Wednesday, February 10, 2021 4:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

skynews Wednesday, February 10, 2021 2:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

msn-uk Wednesday, February 10, 2021 2:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We should not anticipate, but the UK authorities are among those with whom we have the closest link on this element," External link

skynews Wednesday, February 10, 2021 1:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions,” External link

ibtimes Monday, February 8, 2021 12:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac afirma : "O transporte aéreo de cargas está sobrevivendo à crise em melhor forma do que o setor de passageiros. Em 2020. muitas companhias aéreas viram a carga se tornar uma fonte vital de receitas" External link

tribunadonorte Monday, February 8, 2021 12:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging,” External link

omanobserver-om Friday, February 5, 2021 3:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging,” External link

ticotimes Thursday, February 4, 2021 8:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Last year was a catastrophe. There is no other way to describe it," External link

HindustanTimes Thursday, February 4, 2021 12:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo is surviving the crisis in better shape than the passenger side of the business. For many airlines, 2020 saw air cargo become a vital source of revenues, despite weakened demand. But with much of the passenger fleet grounded, meeting demand without belly capacity continues to be an enormous challenge. And, as countries strengthen travel restrictions in the face of new coronavirus variants, it is difficult to see improvements in passenger demand or the capacity crunch. 2021 will be another tough year,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 4, 2021 12:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Optimism that the arrival and initial distribution of vaccines would lead to a prompt and orderly restoration in global air travel have been dashedin the face of new outbreaks and new mutations of the disease. The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions. We urge governments to work with industry to develop the standards for vaccination, testing, and validation that will enable governments to have confidence that borders can reopen and international air travel can resume once the virus threat has been neutralized. The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for COVID-19 testing or vaccine information.In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

timesofoman Thursday, February 4, 2021 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Last year was a catastrophe. There is no other way to describe it," External link

irishsun Thursday, February 4, 2021 11:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Optimism that the arrival and initial distribution of vaccines would lead to a prompt and orderly restoration in global air travel have been dashed in the face of new outbreaks and new mutations of the disease. The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions. We urge governments to work with industry to develop the standards for vaccination, testing, and validation that will enable governments to have confidence that borders can reopen and international air travel can resume once the virus threat has been neutralized. The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for Covid-19 testing or vaccine information. In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, February 4, 2021 9:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging," External link

jamaicaobserver Thursday, February 4, 2021 5:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "the proliferation of restrictions on travel that we have seen since the beginning of the year could make even that modest outlook very challenging," External link

abs-cbnnews Thursday, February 4, 2021 12:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estimé : "L'année dernière a été une catastrophe" External link

french.china.org.cn Wednesday, February 3, 2021 11:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Last year was a catastrophe. There is no other way to describe it. What recovery there was over the Northern hemisphere summer season stalled in autumn and the situation turned dramatically worse over the year-end holiday season, as more severe travel restrictions were imposed in the face of new outbreaks and new strains of Covid-19” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Optimism that the arrival and initial distribution of vaccines would lead to a prompt and orderly restoration in global air travel have been dashed in the face of new outbreaks and new mutations of the disease. The world is more locked down today than at virtually any point in the past 12 months and passengers face a bewildering array of rapidly changing and globally uncoordinated travel restrictions,” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “We urge governments to work with industry to develop the standards for vaccination, testing, and validation that will enable governments to have confidence that borders can reopen and international air travel can resume once the virus threat has been neutralized. The IATA Travel Pass will help this process, by providing passengers with an App to easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for Covid-19 testing or vaccine information. In the meantime, the airline industry will require continued financial support from governments in order to remain viable,” External link

timesofindia Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac afirma : "O transporte aéreo de cargas está sobrevivendo à crise em melhor forma do que o setor de passageiros. Em 2020. muitas companhias aéreas viram a carga se tornar uma fonte vital de receitas" External link

bemparana Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “could make even that modest outlook very challenging” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, February 3, 2021 8:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Understanding government policy benchmarks and agreeing the global standards needed to support a return to normality in travel will ensure that air transport is well-prepared and does not become a meaningful vector for reimportation. Airlines are ready to support governments in this task,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, January 29, 2021 6:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are plenty of moving parts in the equation. The number of people vaccinated, and the availability of testing are key among them. Airlines have adapted their operations in order to maintain cargo operations and some passenger services, while complying with the numerous and uncoordinated restrictions imposed. Building on this experience they can help governments with their preparations for eventually safely re-establishing global connectivity for their people, businesses and economies,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, January 29, 2021 6:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We can see the light at the end of the tunnel as vaccination programs roll out. Turning this vision into a safe and orderly re-start will require careful planning and coordination by governments and industry. This will be challenging as the priority for the weeks and months ahead will be containing the spread of new variants. But even as the crisis deepens, it is important to prepare the way for a resumption of flights when the epidemiological situation permits. Understanding government policy benchmarks and agreeing the global standards needed to support a return to normality in travel will ensure that air transport is well-prepared and does not become a meaningful vector for reimportation. Airlines are ready to support governments in this task,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are plenty of moving parts in the equation. The number of people vaccinated, and the availability of testing are key among them. Airlines have adapted their operations in order to maintain cargo operations and some passenger services, while complying with the numerous and uncoordinated restrictions imposed. Building on this experience they can help governments with their preparations for eventually safely re-establishing global connectivity for their people, businesses and economies,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As we have seen, unilateral government decisions are very effective in shutting down global mobility. Re-establishing the freedom to travel, however, can only be done with cooperation. Governments are already seeing how challenging that will be without global standards for vaccines or tests. This puts a spotlight on the urgency of the essential work being done by WHO, OECD and ICAO. IATA is participating in these initiatives and stands ready to help governments with implementation,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Based on our deep experience of driving transformational change in global air transport, we believe that IATA Travel Pass will offer the best support to governments in managing vaccination and testing data to safely facilitate travel. But the success of any of the solutions being developed will depend on governments working with and trusting each other. Air transport built its reputation on safety by cooperating with governments to ensure universal implementation of transparent global standards. That’s a compelling model for how industry and governments can work together to re-connect the world using opportunities created testing and vaccination progress,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ”Prime minister Mitsotakis’ initiative should be urgently adopted by the Commission and all member states. “Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery. “A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate would be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine” External link

travelweekly Sunday, January 24, 2021 4:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are in very dark days of this pandemic. But the tough measures taken combined with accelerating vaccination programs must give us hope that we can safely re-establish the freedom of movement,” External link

travelweekly Sunday, January 24, 2021 4:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But what we need now is for governments to start working together much more effectively. Unilateral government actions were able to quickly dismantle global connectivity. Re-building will need co-ordination,” External link

travelweekly Sunday, January 24, 2021 4:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac asks : “Testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through job losses, mental stress before governments will understand that?” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, January 20, 2021 9:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Covid-19 has devastated the balance sheets of our member airlines and we need continuing government support to enable the aviation industry to restart and rebuild connectivity. Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, January 20, 2021 9:06:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Kyriakos Mitsotakis ) : "Prime Minister Mitsotakis' initiative should be urgently adopted by the commission and all member states. Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery," "A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate will be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine," External link

polandsun Wednesday, January 20, 2021 5:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Kyriakos Mitsotakis ) : "Prime Minister Mitsotakis' initiative should be urgently adopted by the commission and all member states. Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery," "A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate will be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine," External link

irishsun Wednesday, January 20, 2021 5:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I do need to emphasise that this terrible situation is not improving. Even the weak recovery in passenger markets stalled in November. Over the year-end, we saw many governments increase travel restrictions. " External link

portstephensexaminer Wednesday, January 20, 2021 2:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I do need to emphasise that this terrible situation is not improving. Even the weak recovery in passenger markets stalled in November. Over the year-end, we saw many governments increase travel restrictions. " External link

bordermail Wednesday, January 20, 2021 5:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ”Prime Minister Mitsotakis’ initiative should be urgently adopted by the Commission and all member states. Vaccination is a fundamental key to safely reopening borders and stimulating economic recovery. A pan-European mutually recognised vaccination certificate would be an important step towards giving governments the confidence to safely open their borders, and passengers the confidence to fly without the barrier of quarantine,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, January 19, 2021 5:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Kyriakos Mitsotakis ) : “We are in very dark days of this pandemic. But the tough measures taken combined with accelerating vaccination programs must give us hope that we can safely re-establish the freedom of movement. That will save jobs, ease mental anguish, re-connect families and revive the economy. To do this safely and efficiently, planning is key. Prime Minister Mitsotakis’s proposal for vaccine certificates will be a key enabler. Progress on eliminating or reducing quarantines can be made with testing protocols. But what we need now is for governments to start working together much more effectively. Unilateral government actions were able to quickly dismantle global connectivity. Re-building will need coordination,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, January 19, 2021 5:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of aviation. On an 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 in 2020—airlines would lose $37.54 per passenger. That’s why government financial relief was and remains crucial as airlines burn through cash,” External link

financialexpress Sunday, January 17, 2021 1:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dénonce : "La science nous dit que les voyageurs ne seront pas un facteur important de transmission si les tests sont utilisés efficacement. Mais la plupart des gouvernements ont une vision tunnel sur la quarantaine et ne se concentrent pas du tout sur la recherche de moyens de rouvrir les frontières en toute sécurité ou d'atténuer les difficultés économiques et de santé mentale que les verrouillages se sont imposées" External link

bfmtv Thursday, January 14, 2021 8:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through job losses, mental stress before governments will understand that?” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, January 13, 2021 10:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This approach tells us that these governments are not interested in managing a balanced approach to the risks of COVID-19,” “They appear to be aiming for a zero-COVID world. This is an impossible task that comes with severe consequencesthe full extent of which it would be impossible to calculate” External link

routes-news Wednesday, January 13, 2021 3:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “That's an impossible task, which comes with severe consequences, the full extent of which it would be impossible to calculate,” “But with this approach, we know for sure that first, the travel and tourism economy will not recover” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, January 13, 2021 3:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “In other words, they have chosen policy measures that will shut down travel,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, January 13, 2021 3:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That’s because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures. This is inefficient. Such measures increase hardship for millions. Vaccines offer a long-term solution. In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start economic recovery. How much more anguish does people need to go through — job losses, mental stress — before governments will understand that,” External link

timesofoman Saturday, January 9, 2021 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is still down 6.6 percent compared with the previous year. However, we are seeing continuing month-on-month improvements. Severe capacity constraints persist as large parts of the passenger fleet remain grounded. This will put pressure on the industry as it gears up to deliver vital COVID-19 vaccines,” External link

arabnews Saturday, January 9, 2021 4:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That’s because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures. This is clearly inefficient. Such measures increase hardship for millions. Vaccines offer the long-term solution. In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through job losses, mental stress before governments will understand that?” External link

tradearabia Friday, January 8, 2021 4:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That is because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures," External link

irishsun Friday, January 8, 2021 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac asked : "How much more anguish do people need to go through -- job losses, mental stress -- before governments will understand that?" External link

irishsun Friday, January 8, 2021 9:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Air cargo demand is still down 6.6% compared to the previous year, however we are seeing continuing month-on-month improvements. Severe capacity constraints persist as large parts of the passenger fleet remain grounded. This will put pressure on the industry as it gears up to deliver vital COVID-19 vaccines," External link

voxy Thursday, January 7, 2021 10:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November. That’s because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures. This is clearly inefficient. Such measures increase hardship for millions. Vaccines offer the long-term solution. In the meantime, testing is the best way that we see to stop the spread of the virus and start the economic recovery. How much more anguish do people need to go through-job losses, mental stress-before governments will understand that?" External link

voxy Thursday, January 7, 2021 10:36:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo demand is still down 6.6 per cent compared to the previous year, however we are seeing continuing month-on-month improvements. Severe capacity constraints persist as large parts of the passenger fleet remain grounded. This will put pressure on the industry as it gears up to deliver vital Covid-19 vaccines,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, January 7, 2021 5:34:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis is unrelenting. Our latest economic outlook is for airlines [globally] to lose $118.5 billion this year, or $66 for every passenger carried. Assuming borders re-open by mid-2021, the industry will 'only' lose $38.7 billion in 2021. Now is the time for governments to step up," External link

irishsun Tuesday, January 5, 2021 9:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis is unrelenting. Our latest economic outlook is for airlines [globally] to lose $118.5 billion this year, or $66 for every passenger carried. Assuming borders re-open by mid-2021, the industry will 'only' lose $38.7 billion in 2021. Now is the time for governments to step up," External link

news24 Tuesday, January 5, 2021 8:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précise : «L’idée est de remplacer les mesures de quarantaine, qui découragent très fortement les réservations, par l’obligation de faire un test antigénique juste avant l’embarquement» External link

capital-FR Tuesday, January 5, 2021 1:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, January 5, 2021 8:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, January 5, 2021 7:44:00 AM EAT

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

rt Monday, January 4, 2021 6:18:00 PM EAT

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

dailytimesPK Sunday, January 3, 2021 7:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially viable airlines will be needed to lead the economic recovery from the depths of the Covid-19 crisis. Government support of $173bn has helped many survive. With potential to safely re-open borders and revive travel with testing, governments will need to add measures that stimulate demand. Such targeted initiatives will help generate revenues, avoid adding debt to airlines, and immediately generate economic activity across the value chain,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, December 30, 2020 8:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Pledges do not pay the bills, and little of this funding has materialised,” External link

independent-UG Thursday, December 24, 2020 2:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Kamil is an industry veteran who brings a tremendous depth of airline expertise and regional experience. These will be critical in leading IATA’s activities in the AME region at this very challenging time,” External link

arabnews Wednesday, December 23, 2020 5:38:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Muhammad has reinforced IATA’s strong presence in the AME region. As he moves to take on the challenges of leading our CFDS activities, Muhammad will leave in place a strong team for the capable leadership of Kamil. Kamil is an industry veteran who brings a tremendous depth of airline expertise and regional experience. These will be critical in leading IATA’s activities in the AME region at this very challenging time. As a former CEO, he knows what member airlines expect of IATA. And, I have no doubt that Kamil has the skills and determination to exceed those expectations as we aim to reconnect the world amid the coronavirus pandemic,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 23, 2020 9:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As a former CEO, he knows what member airlines expect of IATA. And, I have no doubt that Kamil has the skills and determination to exceed those expectations as we aim to reconnect the world amid the coronavirus pandemic,” External link

saudigazette Tuesday, December 22, 2020 9:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing is the immediate solution to safely re-open borders and re-connect people. And eventually this is likely to transition to vaccination requirements. In either case, a secure system to manage Covid-19 testing or vaccination information is critical,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, December 19, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not asking for aviation workers to be on top of the list, but we need governments to ensure that transportation workers are considered as essential when vaccine roll-out plans are developed. The transportation of the Covid-19 vaccines has already begun, and as calculations show, it will require the equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747 freighter aircraft for global distribution. It is therefore essential that we have the qualified workforce in place to ensure a functioning logistics chain,” External link

tradearabia Friday, December 18, 2020 8:49:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing is the immediate solution to safely re-open borders and re-connect people. And eventually this is likely to transition to vaccination requirements. In either case, a secure system to manage Covid-19 testing or vaccination information is critical. The IATA Travel Pass is a solution that both travelers and governments can trust. And it is being built with data security, convenience and verification as top priorities,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, December 17, 2020 4:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Testing is the immediate solution to safely re-open borders and re-connect people. And eventually this is likely to transition to vaccination requirements," External link

irishsun Thursday, December 17, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Estamos em uma das maiores crises do setor e ninguém da indústria ira lembrar de 2020 com nostalgia" External link

em Wednesday, December 16, 2020 8:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The transportation of the Covid-19 vaccines has already begun, and as calculations show, it will require the equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747 freighter aircraft for global distribution. It is therefore essential that we have the qualified workforce in place to ensure a functioning logistics chain,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, December 16, 2020 8:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Estamos em uma das maiores crises do setor e ninguém da indústria ira lembrar de 2020 com nostalgia" External link

bemparana Wednesday, December 16, 2020 7:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Estamos em uma das maiores crises do setor e ninguém da indústria ira lembrar de 2020 com nostalgia" External link

uol Wednesday, December 16, 2020 6:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estime : «L’atteinte de notre objectif de réduction de moitié de nos émissions nettes, par rapport au niveau de 2015, constituera certes un défi. Mais nous savons que c’est possible. Et nous sommes de plus en plus persuadés que notre industrie peut trouver les moyens d’éliminer complètement ses émissions nettes» External link

tdg Wednesday, December 16, 2020 2:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “With the potential to safely re-open borders and revive travel with testing, governments will need to add measures that stimulate demand. Such targeted initiatives will help generate revenues, avoid adding debt to airlines and immediately generate economic activity across the value chain,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 16, 2020 7:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A robust economic recovery needs people to start traveling again. Every job in aviation supports a further 29 jobs, demonstrating the broad impact that re-connecting the world will have. There are many good ideas out there. Any government stands to benefit by including proven stimulus measures into their economic recovery plans. When people travel, economies prosper and grow,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 16, 2020 7:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are not asking for aviation workers to be on top of the list, but we need governments to ensure that transportation workers are considered as essential when vaccine roll-out plans are developed. The transportation of the COVID-19 vaccines has already begun, and as calculations show, it will require the equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747 freighter aircraft for global distribution. It is therefore essential that we have the qualified workforce in place to ensure a functioning logistics chain," External link

voxy Wednesday, December 16, 2020 5:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac warned : "we cannot wait for the global distribution of the vaccine to reopen borders to travel" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac warned : "we cannot wait for the global distribution of the vaccine to reopen borders to travel" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "it's clear that, for our customers, safe travel and effective testing are linked" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "it's clear that, for our customers, safe travel and effective testing are linked" External link

centreforaviation Tuesday, December 15, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Demand for air cargo is coming back - a trend we see continuing into the fourth quarter. The biggest problem for air cargo is the lack of capacity as much of the passenger fleet remains grounded," External link

voxy Sunday, December 13, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Fresh outbreaks of Covid-19 and governments’ continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, December 12, 2020 12:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While the pace of recovery is faster in some regions than others, the overall picture for international travel is grim,” External link

khaleejtimes Saturday, December 12, 2020 12:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While the pace of recovery is faster in some regions than others, the overall picture for international travel is grim. This uneven recovery is more pronounced in domestic markets, with China’s domestic market having nearly recovered, while most others remain deeply depressed,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, December 11, 2020 6:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion of support provided to date has enabled the industry to survive, but more is required to carry the industry through to next summer. IATA has identified a range of market stimulation options that will support the viability of air routes while encouraging people to travel. Without aviation’s $3.5 trillion contribution to global GDP, there will be no broader economic recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, December 11, 2020 6:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “From one flight in 2008, we passed the threshold of 100,000 flights in 2017, and we expect to hit one million flights during 2020. But that is still just a drop in the ocean compared to what we want to achieve. We want one billion passengers to have flown on a SAF-blend flight by 2025. That won’t be easy to achieve. We need governments to set a framework to incentivize production of SAF and ensure it is as attractive to produce as automotive biofuels,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, December 10, 2020 6:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fresh outbreaks of COVID-19 and governments' continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand," External link

irishsun Wednesday, December 9, 2020 10:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Fresh outbreaks of COVID-19 and governments' continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand," External link

irishsun Wednesday, December 9, 2020 10:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financially viable airlines will be needed to lead the economic recovery from the depths of the Covid-19 crisis. Government support of $173 billion has helped many survive. With potential to safely re-open borders and revive travel with testing, governments will need to add measures that stimulate demand. Such targeted initiatives will help generate revenues, avoid adding debt to airlines, and immediately generate economic activity across the value chain,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “A robust economic recovery needs people to start traveling again. Every job in aviation supports a further 29 jobs, demonstrating the broad impact that re-connecting the world will have. There are many good ideas out there. Any government stands to benefit by including proven stimulus measures into their economic recovery plans. When people travel, economies prosper and grow,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Fresh outbreaks of Covid-19 and governments’ continued reliance on heavy-handed quarantines resulted in another catastrophic month for air travel demand. While the pace of recovery is faster in some regions than others, the overall picture for international travel is grim. This uneven recovery is more pronounced in domestic markets, with China’s domestic market having nearly recovered, while most others remain deeply depressed,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is unrelenting. Our latest economic outlook is for airlines to lose $118.5 billion this year, or $66 for every passenger carried. Assuming borders re-open by mid-2021, the industry will ‘only’ lose $38.7 billion in 2021. Now is the time for governments to step up. The $173 billion of support provided to date has enabled the industry to survive, but more is required to carry the industry through to next summer. IATA has identified a range of market stimulation options that will support the viability of air routes while encouraging people to travel. Without aviation’s $3.5 trillion contribution to global GDP, there can be no broader economic recovery,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, December 9, 2020 8:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “So the capacity crunch from the grounded aircraft will hit particularly hard in the closing months of 2020. And the situation will become even more critical as we search for capacity for the impending vaccine deliveries,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 9, 2020 6:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "A demanda por carga aérea está voltando - uma tendência que vemos continuar no quarto trimestre. O maior problema da carga aérea é a falta de capacidade, pois grande parte da frota de passageiros permanece parada" External link

bemparana Monday, December 7, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Demand for air cargo is coming back -- a trend we see continuing into the fourth quarter. The biggest problem for air cargo is the lack of capacity as much of the passenger fleet remains grounded," External link

timesofoman Monday, December 7, 2020 6:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And the situation will become even more critical as we search for capacity for the impending vaccine deliveries," External link

timesofoman Monday, December 7, 2020 6:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Demand for air cargo is coming back -- a trend we see continuing into the fourth quarter. The biggest problem for air cargo is the lack of capacity as much of the passenger fleet remains grounded," External link

irishsun Monday, December 7, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And the situation will become even more critical as we search for capacity for the impending vaccine deliveries," External link

irishsun Monday, December 7, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

gulf-times Friday, December 4, 2020 10:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, December 4, 2020 7:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 2, 2020 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but also for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 2, 2020 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Meeting our goal of cutting our net emissions to half 2005 levels will be a challenge, but we know it can be done. And we have growing confidence that the industry can find a pathway to net-zero emissions,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, December 2, 2020 7:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 2, 2020 6:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recovery—not just for airlines but also for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 2, 2020 6:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Meeting our goal of cutting our net emissions to half 2005 levels will be a challenge, but we know it can be done. And we have growing confidence that the industry can find a pathway to net-zero emissions,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, December 2, 2020 6:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures,” External link

forbes Tuesday, December 1, 2020 5:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

business-standard Tuesday, December 1, 2020 2:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

HindustanTimes Monday, November 30, 2020 9:20:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

india Monday, November 30, 2020 3:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

financialexpress Monday, November 30, 2020 2:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

expressindia Monday, November 30, 2020 1:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever,” External link

business-standard Monday, November 30, 2020 7:07:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today, borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

BangkokPost Monday, November 30, 2020 3:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This will be the largest and most complex logistical exercise ever," External link

straitstimesSG Monday, November 30, 2020 2:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is vital that regulators quickly adopt the WASB proposals on a globally harmonized basis. Airlines and airports need certainty as they are already planning the 2021 Summer season (which begins in April) and have to agree schedules. Delays in adopting new rules will further damage the industry at a time when industry finances, and 4.8 million jobs in air transport, hang by a thread,” External link

khaleejtimes Sunday, November 29, 2020 8:40:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is vital that regulators quickly adopt the WASB proposals on a globally harmonized basis. Airlines and airports need certainty as they are already planning the 2021 Summer season (which begins in April) and have to agree schedules. Delays in adopting new rules will further damage the industry at a time when industry finances, and 4.8 million jobs in air transport, hang by a thread,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, November 29, 2020 7:30:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The history books will record 2020 as the industry's worst financial year, bar none," "Airlines cut expenses by an average of one billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments, we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale" External link

chinadaily Friday, November 27, 2020 5:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have long known that an energy transition to SAF is the game-changer. But energy transitions need government support. The cost of SAF is too high and supplies too limited. This crisis is the opportunity to change that. Putting economic stimulus funds behind the development of a large-scale, competitive SAF market would be a triple win—creating jobs, fighting climate change and sustainably connecting the world,” External link

centreforaviation Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As the world looks to re-boot the economy, let’s not waste this opportunity to create jobs and an industry that will yield huge dividends for the public good. If we can drive SAF prices down as we drive production volumes up, we will be able to sustainably connect the post-COVID-19 world,” External link

centreforaviation Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have long known that an energy transition to SAF is the game-changer. But energy transitions need government support. The cost of SAF is too high and supplies too limited. This crisis is the opportunity to change that. Putting economic stimulus funds behind the development of a large-scale, competitive SAF market would be a triple wincreating jobs, fighting climate change and sustainably connecting the world,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 26, 2020 9:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “As the world looks to re-boot the economy, let’s not waste this opportunity to create jobs and an industry that will yield huge dividends for the public good. If we can drive SAF prices down as we drive production volumes up, we will be able to sustainably connect the post-COVID-19 world,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 26, 2020 9:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are serious in their commitment to reduce emissions. And they need a reliable tool to access quality carbon credits in real time. ACE will be a key tool helping airlines efficiently manage these important transactions,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 26, 2020 7:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Quarantines essentially kill demand for air travel and governments need to immediately consider the drastic socio-economic effect this is having," "People want and need global mobility … We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric. We could safely open borders today with systematic COVID-19 testing" External link

qt Wednesday, November 25, 2020 11:45:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We know in some countries we have some difficulties to convince the population to be vaccinated," External link

trust Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "We know in some countries we have some difficulties to convince the population to be vaccinated," External link

4-traders Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Nous avons travaillé avec les gouvernements pour pouvoir réunir et tenir à jour toutes les informations disponibles sur les mesures sanitaires dans les différents pays" External link

challenges Wednesday, November 25, 2020 7:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8 percent, but revenues are down 60.9 percent. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion,” External link

manilastandardtoday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

manilastandardtoday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

manilastandardtoday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac ajoute : «Les frontières doivent être rouvertes sans mesures de quarantaine pour que les passagers puissent à nouveau prendre l’avion. Les compagnies devraient continuer à puiser dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu’au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n’y a donc pas de temps à perdre» External link

elwatan Wednesday, November 25, 2020 1:24:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again,” “The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021,” External link

dailytimesPK Wednesday, November 25, 2020 12:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We cannot wait for the vaccine that will not be fully available before mid-2021," "We need testing in the meantime" External link

arkansasonline Wednesday, November 25, 2020 11:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “People want and need global mobility. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Take-off measures make flying safe. But border closures, movement restrictions and quarantine measures make travel impossible for most. We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric. We could safely open borders today with systematic COVID-19 testing,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Covid-19 has devastated the balance sheets of our member airlines and we need continuing government support to enable the aviation industry to restart and rebuild connectivity. Without the economic benefits that aviation delivers, the global economic recovery will be much weaker and slower,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The $173 billion in financial support has saved countless jobs and averted mass bankruptcies. This was an investment in recoverynot just for airlines but for the economy as a whole. Every aviation job supports 29 others. A full global recovery from this crisis will be significantly compromised without the economic catalyst of aviation,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “More support will be needed to see the industry through. And it must come in forms that do not further increase debt which has already ballooned from $430 billion in 2019 to $651 billion in 2020,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Meeting our goal of cutting our net emissions to half 2005 levels will be a challenge, but we know it can be done. And we have growing confidence that the industry can find a pathway to net zero emissions,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation will rely on liquid fuels to power operations out to 2050, especially for the long-haul fleet. SAF is the viable, decarbonization option. Putting economic stimulus funds behind the development of a large-scale, competitive SAF market would be a triple wincreating jobs, fighting climate change and sustainably connecting the world,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Taxes are not the way forward in mitigating climate change. All too often funds raised from environmental taxes are not used directly to fight climate change. Clearly, the best way forward is for governments to help build up a viable SAF industry,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must plan carefully with regulators how to safely ramp-up operations in the eventual recovery. Reactivating thousands of grounded aircraft, managing the qualifications and readiness of millions of licensed personnel and dealing with a major drain of experienced workers will be key to a safe re-start. From the earliest stages of the crisis we worked with ICAO and regulators on a framework to do this. And this work continues as the crisis drags on beyond expectations,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8 per cent, but revenues are down 60.9 per cent. The prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

cyprus-mail Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

cyprus-mail Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Boston is an exciting choice for the 77th IATA AGM. With its rich history, attractive setting and prestigious universities, it is a popular global tourism destination. As the world reopens, Boston will be a bellwether city to observe the shape of the recovery,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “These next months will be critical. There is much work to be done to re-open borders with testing. And we are making preparations for the eventual global distribution of vaccines. I look forward to working with Robin to move as far as we can on these and other critical IATA projects before handing over to Willie during March. In the meantime, I congratulate Willie on his appointment, and I thank Carsten and the other Board members for their support during my time at IATA,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

thedailystarBD Wednesday, November 25, 2020 9:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Quarantines essentially kill demand for air travel and governments need to immediately consider the drastic socio-economic effect this is having,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 8:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 8:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, November 25, 2020 5:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "For the moment, we have had this very good news on the vaccine but it is a bit premature to say when and how the vaccination progress will be spread all around the world and the whole world will be done," "What we think is the emergency now is to implement the testing process" External link

theherald-au Wednesday, November 25, 2020 4:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This must not further increase debt," External link

theherald-au Wednesday, November 25, 2020 4:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We cannot wait for the vaccine that will not be fully available before mid-2021," "We need testing in the meantime" External link

startribune Wednesday, November 25, 2020 3:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We cannot wait for the vaccine that will not be fully available before mid-2021,” “We need testing in the meantime” External link

usaToday Wednesday, November 25, 2020 2:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Quarantines essentially kill demand for air travel and governments need to immediately consider the drastic socio-economic effect this is having,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 2:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We must manage how we live with the virus. But that does not have to mean destroying aviation, risking millions of jobs, crippling economies and tearing apart the international social fabric,” External link

Stuff Wednesday, November 25, 2020 2:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "For the moment, we have had this very good news on the vaccine but it is a bit premature to say when and how the vaccination progress will be spread all around the world and the whole world will be done," "What we think is the emergency now is to implement the testing process" External link

theage Wednesday, November 25, 2020 12:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This must not further increase debt," External link

theage Wednesday, November 25, 2020 12:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place,” External link

irishtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 11:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8 per cent, but revenues are down 60.9 per cent. The result is that airlines will lose USD 66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of USD 118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose," External link

irishsun Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

abs-cbnnews Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligné : "les compagnies vont devoir continuer à puiser dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu'au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n'y a donc pas de temps à perdre" External link

afp-fr Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose” External link

timesofindia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “History books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

timesofindia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

timesofindia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

ibtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac souligne : "Les frontières doivent être rouvertes sans mesures de quarantaine pour que les passagers puissent à nouveau prendre l’avion. Les compagnies devraient continuer à puiser dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu’au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n’y a donc pas de temps à perdre" External link

sudouest Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

business-standard Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

ctvnews Tuesday, November 24, 2020 6:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

afp-en Tuesday, November 24, 2020 6:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

irishsun Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

4-traders Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:50:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

africa-newsroom Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:30:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP ,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

AfricaNews-English Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again,” “The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021,” External link

timesofmalta Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again,” “The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021,” External link

themalaymailonline Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us,” External link

alarabiya-en Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This crisis is devastating and unrelenting. Airlines have cut costs by 45.8%, but revenues are down 60.9%. The result is that airlines will lose $66 for every passenger carried this year for a total net loss of $118.5 billion. This loss will be reduced sharply by $80 billion in 2021. But the prospect of losing $38.7 billion next year is nothing to celebrate. We need to get borders safely re-opened without quarantine so that people will fly again. And with airlines expected to bleed cash at least until the fourth quarter of 2021 there is no time to lose,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The history books will record 2020 as the industry’s worst financial year, bar none. Airlines cut expenses by an average of a billion dollars a day over 2020 and will still rack-up unprecedented losses. Were it not for the $173 billion in financial support by governments we would have seen bankruptcies on a massive scale,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Cargo is performing better than the passenger business. It could not, however, make up for the fall in passenger revenue. But it has become a significantly larger part of airline revenues and cargo revenues are making it possible for airlines to sustain their skeleton international networks,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The financial damage of this crisis is severe. Government support has kept airlines alive to this point. More is likely needed as the crisis is lasting longer than anyone could have anticipated. And it must come in forms that that do not increase the already high debt load which has ballooned to $651 billion. Bridging airlines to the recovery is one of the most important investments that governments can make. It will save jobs and kick-start the recovery in the travel and tourism sector which accounts for 10% of global GDP,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have the ability to safely re-open travel with systematic testing. We cannot wait on the promise of a vaccine. We are preparing for efficient vaccine distribution. But testing is the immediate solution to meaningfully re-open air travel. With 46 million jobs at risk in the travel and tourism sector alone because of plummeting air travel, we must act fast with solutions that are at hand. We have fast, accurate and scalable testing that can safely do the job. The airlines are ready. The livelihoods of millions are in the hands of governments and public health authorities. Governments understood the criticality of a viable air transport sector when they invested billions to keep it afloat. Now they need to protect those investments by giving airlines the means to safely do business,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The numbers couldn’t get much worse. But there is a way forward. With the continued financial support of governments to keep airlines financially viable and the use of testing to enable travel without quarantine, we have a plan to overcome the worst immediately. And longer-term the progress on vaccines is encouraging. Most importantly, people have not lost their desire to travel. The market response to even small measures to lift quarantine is immediate and strong. Where barriers have been removed, travel rebounded. The thirst for the freedom to fly has not been overcome by the crisis. There is every reason for optimism when governments use testing to open borders. And we need to make that happen fast,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 5:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us,” External link

financialexpress Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The positive impact it will have on the economy and air traffic will not happen massively before mid-2021,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “While some governments and airlines such as Australia’s Qantas say passengers are likely to require vaccination for long-haul travel, the approach is unlikely to work everywhere,” External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Borders must reopen without quarantine measures so that passengers can take the plane again," "The companies will have to continue to draw on their reserves until at least the fourth quarter of 2021," External link

news24 Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

unian-en Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are seeing states progressively coming to listen to us," External link

wsau Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac ajoute : "Les frontières doivent être réouvertes sans mesures de quarantaine pour que les passagers puissent à nouveau prendre l'avion. Les compagnies devraient continuer à puisent dans leurs liquidités au moins jusqu'au quatrième trimestre 2021, il n'y a donc pas de temps à perdre" External link

afp-fr Tuesday, November 24, 2020 3:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place,” External link

irishtimes Tuesday, November 24, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Momentum is building in support of our call for systematic testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine measures,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Public opinion supports Covid-19 testing. They see it as a far better option compared to quarantine which kills travel. And they feel comfortable that if you are tested and found negative you don’t need to quarantine,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Data show that systematic testing can reduce the risk of importing Covid-19 through travel to very low levelsnot zero, but very low. Certainly in most cases it would reduce risk to levels that mean that arriving passengers are less likely to be infected than the local population and therefore do not add meaningfully to the prevalence of Covid-19 in most places. Efficiency will increase. Advances in technology are happening every day that will improve testing performance,” “Our mindset must be focused on managing the risks of the virus while maintaining the overall well-being of the population. That would be a shift from current government policies entirely focused on risk elimination until a vaccine is available and at any cost to people’s lives and livelihoods. Even with recent encouraging news, it will be well into 2021 before we can expect large scale vaccination,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Safety is at the core of aviation. This crisis has only reinforced that commitment. There has been an inspiring effort by governments, public health authorities and aviation entities to ensure safe operations even during this pandemic. ICAO’s Take-off guidelines are practical measures to deliver a safe public health environment from check-in to arrival. And the many advances on testing, including ICAO’s guidance, are what is needed to open borders while minimizing the risk of Covid-19 importation,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures," External link

newstalkzb Tuesday, November 24, 2020 11:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I did not come to this decision lightly. It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve the global air transport industry--what I call the business of freedom--as the head of IATA. Over the last years IATA has strategically increased its relevance as the voice of the global airline industry. This has been evident in the COVID-19 crisis. IATA has set the course to restore air connectivity amid the pandemic with systematic pre-departure testing," External link

irishsun Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:05:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I did not come to this decision lightly. It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve the global air transport industrywhat I call the business of freedomas the head of IATA. Over the last years IATA has strategically increased its relevance as the voice of the global airline industry. This has been evident in the Covid-19 crisis. IATA has set the course to restore air connectivity amid the pandemic with systematic pre-departure testing,” “We are well into preparations to fulfil critical vaccine distribution needs. In parallel, we have restructured IATA to survive the crisis and be ready to support the industry recovery with an organization dimensioned to serve a smaller industry. And we have a motivated team that is determined to get the job done. The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place. And now is the right time to hand over IATA’s leadership for the long process of recovery” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:28:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "I did not come to this decision lightly. It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve the global air transport industry-what I call the business of freedom-as the head of IATA. Over the last years IATA has strategically increased its relevance as the voice of the global airline industry. This has been evident in the COVID-19 crisis. IATA has set the course to restore air connectivity amid the pandemic with systematic pre-departure testing. We are well into preparations to fulfil critical vaccine distribution needs. In parallel, we have restructured IATA to survive the crisis and be ready to support the industry recovery with an organization dimensioned to serve a smaller industry. And we have a motivated team that is determined to get the job done. The building blocks for an industry recovery are in place. And now is the right time to hand over IATA’s leadership for the long process of recovery," External link

voxy Tuesday, November 24, 2020 4:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : “Safely restarting global connectivity will help kickstart the global economy, save jobs and improve lives,” “That is why it is our top priority,” External link

financialexpress Monday, November 23, 2020 9:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Today borders are double locked. Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures. The second key is the global information infrastructure needed to securely manage, share and verify test data matched with traveller identities in compliance with border control requirements. That’s the job of IATA Travel Pass. We are bringing this to market in the coming months to also meet the needs of the various travel bubbles and public health corridors that are starting operation,” External link

tradearabia Monday, November 23, 2020 6:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estimé : "pour les prochains mois, les besoins de l'industrie devraient être évalués à 70 à 80 milliards de dollars d'aides supplémentaires. Sinon des compagnies ne survivront pas" External link

nna-fr Sunday, November 22, 2020 3:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Plus la crise dure, plus les risques de faillites se précisent" External link

nna-fr Sunday, November 22, 2020 3:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We’ll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong,” External link

thenews-pk Saturday, November 21, 2020 6:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Quanto mais dura a crise, mais claro fica o risco de falência” External link

observador Friday, November 20, 2020 10:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

abs-cbnnews Friday, November 20, 2020 10:19:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

channelnewsasia Friday, November 20, 2020 9:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

ibtimes Friday, November 20, 2020 7:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Quanto mais dura a crise, mais claro fica o risco de falência” External link

24-sapo Friday, November 20, 2020 7:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac estimé : "pour les prochains mois, les besoins de l'industrie devraient être évalués à 70 à 80 milliards de dollars d'aides supplémentaires. Sinon des compagnies ne survivront pas" External link

capital-FR Friday, November 20, 2020 6:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : "Plus la crise dure, plus les risques de faillites se précisent" External link

capital-FR Friday, November 20, 2020 6:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac déclaré : "Nous leur sommes d'ailleurs extrêmement reconnaissants d'avoir injecté 160 milliards de dollars dans le secteur" External link

usinenouvelle Friday, November 20, 2020 5:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We'll have smaller companies, but they will probably be pretty strong, dynamic and ready to go. And once they do, I think the recovery will be quick and strong," External link

afp-en Friday, November 20, 2020 5:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Efficiently delivering billions of doses that must be stored in a deep-frozen state to the entire world will involve hugely complex logistical challenges. While the immediate challenge is the implementation of Covid-19 testing measures to reopen borders without quarantine, we must be prepared for when a vaccine is ready” External link

iol Wednesday, November 18, 2020 11:25:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac comenta : "Entregar bilhões de doses de uma vacina que deve ser transportada e armazenada em condições de alta refrigeração no mundo inteiro envolve um enorme desafio logístico" External link

uol Monday, November 16, 2020 6:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac comenta : "Entregar bilhões de doses de uma vacina que deve ser transportada e armazenada em condições de alta refrigeração no mundo inteiro envolve um enorme desafio logístico" External link

bemparana Monday, November 16, 2020 5:41:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation faces an unprecedented employment catastrophe. Airlines have cut costs to the bone, but have just 8.5 months of cash left under current conditions. Tens of thousands of jobs have already been lost, and unless governments provide more financial relief, these are likely to increase to the hundreds of thousands,” External link

khaleejtimes Thursday, November 12, 2020 11:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : ''Tens of thousands of jobs have already been lost, and unless governments provide more financial relief, these are likely to increase to the hundreds of thousands. Aviation plays an essential role connecting nations and carrying essential cargo, and it is in governments’ interests to offer further financial aid to keep the industry viable,'' External link

standardmedia Thursday, November 12, 2020 12:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But more importantly, governments need to work together to safely re-open borders. That means putting in place a global scheme for testing passengers for COVID-19. With that in place, quarantine can be removed and passengers can have the confidence to fly again,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, November 12, 2020 8:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Already North American and African carriers are reporting demand gains in 2020. The challenge continues to be on capacity. As carriers adjust schedules to reflect falling passenger demand amid the resurgence of COVID-19, valuable belly capacity will be lost when it is needed the most,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, November 12, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The aim is to safely reconnect the world and these recommendations are moving us forward” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, November 11, 2020 7:26:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The public should be reassured. The Take-off guidance will keep flying safe through this pandemic with recommendations that combine the best advice of public health authorities such as the World Health Organization with the technical expertise of aviation regulators and operators,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 11, 2020 10:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Aviation faces an unprecedented employment catastrophe. Airlines have cut costs to the bone, but have just 8.5 months of cash left under current conditions. Tens of thousands of jobs have already been lost, and unless governments provide more financial relief, these are likely to increase to the hundreds of thousands,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, November 11, 2020 7:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "With that in place, quarantines can be removed, and passengers can have the confidence to fly again," External link

haberler-en Tuesday, November 10, 2020 7:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Resurgence in COVID-19 outbreaks – particularly in Europe and the U.S. – combined with governments’ reliance on the blunt instrument of quarantine in the absence of globally aligned testing regimes, has halted momentum toward re-opening borders to travel. Although domestic markets are doing better, this is primarily owing to improvements in China and Russia. And domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, November 6, 2020 8:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “To avoid this economic catastrophe, governments need to align on testing as a way to open borders and enable travel without quarantine; and provide further relief measures to sustain the industry through the dark winter ahead. A broader economic recovery is only possible through the connectivity provided by aviation,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, November 6, 2020 8:13:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The airline industry cannot slash costs fast enough to compensate for the collapse in passenger demand brought about by Covid-19 and government border closures and quarantines,” “Some 4.8 million aviation-sector jobs are imperiled,” External link

independent-ie Friday, November 6, 2020 6:37:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "Domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery," External link

aa-en Thursday, November 5, 2020 5:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac noted : "Domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery," External link

yenisafak-en Thursday, November 5, 2020 2:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have hit a wall in the industry’s recovery. A resurgence in Covid-19 outbreaks -- particularly in Europe and the US --combined with governments’ reliance on the blunt instrument of quarantine in the absence of globally aligned testing regimes, has halted momentum toward re-opening borders to travel. Although domestic markets are doing better, this is primarily owing to improvements in China and Russia. And domestic traffic represents just a bit more than a third of total traffic, so it is not enough to sustain a general recovery,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 5, 2020 9:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Last week we provided analysis showing that the airline industry cannot slash costs fast enough to compensate for the collapse in passenger demand brought about by Covid-19 and government border closures and quarantines. Some 4.8 million aviation-sector jobs are imperiled, as are a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation. To avoid this economic catastrophe, governments need to align on testing as a way to open borders and enable travel without quarantine; and provide further relief measures to sustain the industry through the dark winter ahead. A broader economic recovery is only possible through the connectivity provided by aviation,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 5, 2020 9:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Air cargo volumes are down on 2019, but they are a world apart from the extreme difficulties in the passenger business. For air cargo, 92% of the business is still there, whereas about 90% of international passenger traffic has disappeared,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, November 5, 2020 7:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac comenta : “Os volumes do transporte de cargas estão em queda ante 2019, mas estão a um modo de distância das extremas dificuldades do transporte de passageiros” External link

istoe Wednesday, November 4, 2020 8:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximise our cost cutting, we still won't have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," "Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect, putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation" External link

business-times Thursday, October 29, 2020 6:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximise our cost cutting, we still won't have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," "Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect, putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation" External link

business-times Wednesday, October 28, 2020 8:20:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labour catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic Covid-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The handwriting is on the wall. For each day that the crisis continues, the potential for job losses and economic devastation grows. Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation,” “Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labour catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic Covid-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won't have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," External link

straitstimesSG Wednesday, October 28, 2020 2:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, October 28, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, October 28, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The handwriting is on the wall. For each day that the crisis continues, the potential for job losses and economic devastation grows. Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation. Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labor catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic COVID-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine,” External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, October 28, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fourth quarter of 2020 will be extremely difficult and there is little indication the first half of 2021 will be significantly better, so long as borders remain closed and/or arrival quarantines remain in place. Without additional government financial relief, the median airline has just 8.5 months of cash remaining at current burn rates. And we can’t cut costs fast enough to catch up with shrunken revenues,” External link

modernghana Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is little good news on the cost front in 2021. Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021,” External link

modernghana Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The handwriting is on the wall. For each day that the crisis continues, the potential for job losses and economic devastation grows. Unless governments act fast, some 1.3 million airline jobs are at risk. And that would have a domino effect putting 3.5 million additional jobs in the aviation sector in jeopardy along with a total of 46 million people in the broader economy whose jobs are supported by aviation. Moreover, the loss of aviation connectivity will have a dramatic impact on global GDP, threatening $1.8 trillion in economic activity. Governments must take firm action to avert this impending economic and labor catastrophe. They must step forward with additional financial relief measures. And they must use systematic COVID-19 testing to safely re-open borders without quarantine,” External link

modernghana Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Even if we maximize our cost cutting, we still won’t have a financially sustainable industry in 2021," External link

yahoo-au Tuesday, October 27, 2020 7:57:00 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

tribtown Thursday, October 22, 2020 6:56:00 PM EAT

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 :