Alexandre de Juniac

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

GulfDailyNews Wednesday, June 3, 2020 12:11:00 AM EAT

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

channelnewsasia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

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

channelnewsasia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 6:43:00 PM EAT

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

wam-en Tuesday, June 2, 2020 1:20:00 PM EAT

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

business-standard Tuesday, June 2, 2020 12:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers," External link

business-standard Tuesday, June 2, 2020 12:21:00 PM EAT

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

irishsun Tuesday, June 2, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers," External link

irishsun Tuesday, June 2, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

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

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

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

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

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

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The Indian carriers, like many airlines around the world, are in survival mode," External link

business-standard Saturday, May 30, 2020 12:54:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

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

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I would also like to highlight a growing concern on the quarantine measures that some governments are putting in place. One development is of particular concern. That is the politicization of quarantine measures” External link

expressindia Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In response to the UK government’s announced 14-day quarantine measures for all arrivals, France announced that it would do the same for arrivals from the UK. Measures must be guided by science, not politics. And tit-for-tat quarantine measures are, frankly, unacceptable,” External link

expressindia Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : "A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar" External link

jornaldeangola Wednesday, May 27, 2020 2:56:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : "A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar" External link

WortLuxembourg-pt Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Mais da metade do alívio concedido pelos governos cria novos passivos. Menos de 10% serão adicionados ao patrimônio da companhia aérea. Isso muda completamente o quadro financeiro da indústria” External link

istoe Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : “A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar” External link

diarioeconomico Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : “A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar” External link

tvi24 Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “O auxílio dos governos está ajudando a manter a indústria. O próximo desafio será impedir que as companhias aéreas afundem sob o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está criando” External link

extra Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "O auxílio dos governos está ajudando a manter a indústria. O próximo desafio será impedir que as companhias aéreas afundem sob o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está criando" External link

g1-globo Tuesday, May 26, 2020 9:27:00 PM EAT

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

irishexaminer Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

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

irishexaminer Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

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

tribuneonlineng Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

alarabiya-en Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:42:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

forbes Tuesday, May 26, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Esse é um aspecto positivo para o setor porque é a única parte em operação e que vem registrando receita em alguma escala" External link

noticias-terra-br Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is important to remember that the risk of transmission on board is very low. And we are determined that aviation will not be a significant source of re-infection. We are working continuously with governments to ensure that any measures put in place are done so consistently and with scientific backing. That is key to restoring public confidence so the benefits of safely re-starting aviation can be realised,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:10:00 AM EAT

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

BFTOnline Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no precedent for a crisis of this level," External link

ibtimes Monday, May 25, 2020 4:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assuré : "augmenter les prix de 50 à 100%" External link

varmatin Monday, May 25, 2020 11:57:00 AM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

dailytimes-NG Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:41:00 AM EAT

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

dailytimes-NG Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 7:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, May 22, 2020 7:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant COVID-19 testing available at scale,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 5:51:00 AM EAT

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

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 5:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

omanobserver-om Friday, May 22, 2020 2:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We’ve never seen anything like this,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Thursday, May 21, 2020 5:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Thursday, May 21, 2020 5:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Non je ne crois pas car il y a d’autres grands avions qui sont plus récents d’ailleurs […] et il y a un marché pour eux" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indique : "C’est un appareil qui a été conçu dans les années 1990, ce n’est pas un appareil récent et puis certaines compagnies estimaient qu’il n’était pas au bon coût d’exploitation. En tout cas pas à celui qui avait été annoncé et que dans , il n’y avait pas de marché" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précise : "Nous avons préparé un plan pour redémarrer l’industrie, qui est en trois ou quatre phases. La première phase c’est de redémarrer des marchés domestiques pour fin mai et tout le mois de juin. Ensuite, à partir du mois de juin et surtout au troisième trimestre, les marchés continentaux, comme l’Europe, l’Amérique du Nord ou l’Asie-Pacifique. Et puis, à partir du mois de septembre, repartir sur des marchés intercontinentaux, c’est-à-dire entre les grands continents, comme les liaisons entre l'Asie-Europe par exemple" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Our layered approach of measures recommended by airports and airlines safeguard public health while offering a practical approach for a gradual restart of operations. It is important to remember that the risk of transmission on board is very low." External link

irishsun Thursday, May 21, 2020 9:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

gulf-times Thursday, May 21, 2020 12:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : "Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges" External link

clicanoo Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We've never seen anything like this," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Empty seats don't provide added security," "But the economic impact would be absolutely catastrophic," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We're trying to convince governments to dedicate a part of the economic support plans to developing biofuels," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But we'll also have fewer planes flying and therefore a bit lower emissions," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

wam-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac concluded : "The Roadmap is the industry’s high-level thinking on safely re-starting aviation. Timing is critical. Governments understand the importance of aviation to the social and economic recovery of their countries and many are planning a phased re-opening of borders in the coming months. We have a short time to reach agreement on the initial standards to support safely reconnecting the world and to firmly establish that global standards are essential to success. This will change as technology and medical science advances. The vital element is coordination. If we don’t take these first steps in a harmonised way, we will spend many painful years recovering ground that should not have been lost," External link

wam-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We've never seen anything like this," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Empty seats don't provide added security," "But the economic impact would be absolutely catastrophic," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We're trying to convince governments to dedicate a part of the economic support plans to developing biofuels," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But we'll also have fewer planes flying and therefore a bit lower emissions," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It's the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 11:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

timesofoman Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : "Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges" External link

lepetitjournal Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:20:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : «Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges» External link

la-croix Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Re-starting air transport is important. Even as the pandemic continues, the foundations for an industry re-start are being laid through close collaboration of the air transport industry with ICAO, the WHO, individual governments and other parties. Much work, however, remains to be done. By committing to these principles, the leaders of the world’s airlines will guide the safe, responsible and sustainable re-start of our vital economic sector. Flying is our business. And it is everyone’s shared freedom,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9:04:00 AM EAT

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

4-traders Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate,” “As I have said before, we must avoid the mess that followed 9-11 when governments acted unilaterally. This created confusion for airlines and travelers alike. And it took many years to clean-up” External link

WashingtonPost Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It's the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, May 19, 2020 11:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We need a solution for safe travel that addresses those challenges,” “It must give passengers the confidence to travel safely and without undue hassle, and it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus” External link

nypost Tuesday, May 19, 2020 8:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The Roadmap is the industry’s high-level thinking on safely re-starting aviation. Timing is critical. Governments understand the importance of aviation to the social and economic recovery of their countries and many are planning a phased re-opening of borders in the coming months. We have a short time to reach agreement on the initial standards to support safely reconnecting the world and to firmly establish that global standards are essential to success. This will change as technology and medical science advances. The vital element is coordination. If we don’t take these first steps in a harmonized way, we will spend many painful years recovering ground that should not have been lost,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The industry's outlook is getting darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures, but the situation remains critical. Without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery," External link

ecns Monday, May 18, 2020 5:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué ( about France İnter ) : "Normalement, si nous sommes suivis par les gouvernements avec lesquels nous discutons, on devrait pouvoir voyager en France à partir de juin, puis en Europe en juillet-août, avec un trafic réduit et un nombre de destinations qui sera un peu plus limité" External link

capital-FR Sunday, May 17, 2020 10:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué : "s oit on ne vole pas parce que les avions perdent de l’argent à chaque vol, soit " External link

linfo Saturday, May 16, 2020 9:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué ( about France İnter ) : "Normalement, si nous sommes suivis par les gouvernements avec lesquels nous discutons, on devrait pouvoir voyager en France à partir de juin, puis en Europe en juillet-août, avec un trafic réduit et un nombre de destinations qui sera un peu plus limité" External link

TF1 Saturday, May 16, 2020 6:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué ( about France İnter ) : "Normalement, si nous sommes suivis par les gouvernements avec lesquels nous discutons, on devrait pouvoir voyager en France à partir de juin, puis en Europe en juillet-août, avec un trafic réduit et un nombre de destinations qui sera un peu plus limité " External link

sudouest Saturday, May 16, 2020 6:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Without a doubt this is the biggest crisis that the industry has ever faced,” External link

zmescience Saturday, May 16, 2020 12:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have published today a new forecast about the potential recovery of the air traffic and what we see is that things should come back to normal in 2023,” External link

theepochtimes Friday, May 15, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

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

guardian-ng Friday, May 15, 2020 7:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are aiming at reopening and boosting the domestic market by end of the second quarter, and opening the regional or continental markets — such as Europe, North America or Asia-Pacific — by the third quarter, and intercontinental in the fall,” External link

forbes Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant COVID-19 testing available at scale,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control COVID-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. IATA and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Major stimulus from governments combined with liquidity injections by central banks will boost the economic recovery once the pandemic is under control. But rebuilding passenger confidence will take longer. And even then, individual and corporate travelers are likely to carefully manage travel spend and stay closer to home,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant COVID-19 testing available at scale,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control COVID-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. IATA and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Major stimulus from governments combined with liquidity injections by central banks will boost the economic recovery once the pandemic is under control. But rebuilding passenger confidence will take longer. And even then, individual and corporate travelers are likely to carefully manage travel spend and stay closer to home,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We have published today a new forecast about the potential recovery of the air traffic and what we see is that things should come back to normal in 2023," "That shows the importance and the severity of this crisis on air transport" External link

abc-au Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:01:00 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 said : "We have published today a new forecast about the potential recovery of the air traffic, and what we see is that things should come back to normal in 2023, which is later than our previous forecast," External link

qt Thursday, May 14, 2020 1:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "International travel cannot restart under such conditions," External link

irishsun Wednesday, May 13, 2020 11:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “That’s important. The arriving country must be confident of the procedures in place at the departing airport. And travelers will need the reassurance of common measures,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We oppose quarantine measures because the combination of these measures, if well-implemented globally, can manage the risks. We are working with ICAO and other stakeholders to put in place an agreed risk-based layered system quickly to safely and efficiently restore global connectivity,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant Covid-19 testing available at scale,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control Covid-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. IATA and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “International travel cannot restart under such conditions,” External link

TorontoStar Wednesday, May 13, 2020 8:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "If airlines run out of cash, people will lose their jobs, airlines could fail and there would be negative fallout across the travel and tourism value chain. There is no public policy benefit in that. Airlines drive business and link economies. Re-starting economies with an even more hobbled air transport sector is akin to boxing in the fight of a lifetime with one hand tied behind your back," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 13, 2020 6:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Major stimulus from governments combined with liquidity injections by central banks will boost the economic recovery once the pandemic is under control. But rebuilding passenger confidence will take longer. And even then, individual and corporate travelers are likely to carefully manage travel spend and stay closer to home,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even in the best of circumstances this crisis will cost many jobs and rob the economy of years of aviation-stimulated growth. To protect aviation’s ability to be a catalyst for the economic recovery, we must not make that prognosis worse by making travel impracticable with quarantine measures. We need a solution for safe travel that addresses two challenges. It must give passengers confidence to travel safely and without undue hassle. And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant Covid-19 testing available at scale,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control Covid-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. Iata and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most," External link

iol Tuesday, May 12, 2020 8:09:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Tuesday, May 12, 2020 5:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac states : “It is very clear that if social-distancing is imposed inside the aircraft it will neutralise a huge proportion of seats – at least a third – for short- and mid-haul aircraft,” External link

novinite Sunday, May 10, 2020 11:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac states : “if social-distancing is imposed, cheap travel is over” External link

novinite Sunday, May 10, 2020 11:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the Covid-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets. Demand was at the same level it was in 2006 but we have the fleets and employees for double that. Worse, we know that the situation deteriorated even more in April and most signs point to a slow recovery,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, May 10, 2020 5:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry is in free fall and we have not hit bottom. But there will come a timesoon, I hopewhen authorities will be ready to begin easing restrictions on mobility and opening borders. It is imperative that governments work with industry now to prepare for that day. It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease. We must also avoid the confusion and complexity that followed 9.11. Global standards that are mutually accepted and operationally practicable will be mission-critical to achieving this. The only way to get there is by working together,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, May 10, 2020 5:01:00 PM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "As evidências sugerem que o risco de transmissão a bordo das aeronaves é baixo. E tomaremos medidas, como o uso de máscaras por passageiros e pela tripulação, para adicionar camadas extras de proteção. Precisamos chegar a uma solução que dê aos passageiros a confiança necessária para voar e mantenha o custo do voo acessível. Um sem o outro não terá benefícios duradouros" External link

uol Saturday, May 9, 2020 10:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Nevertheless, it was still enough to cause our slowest traffic growth in nearly a decade,” External link

guardian-ng Saturday, May 9, 2020 7:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In this emergency, governments need to consider the maintenance of air transport links in their response. Suspension of the 80/20 slot use rule and relief on airport fees at airports where demand has disappeared are two important steps that can help ensure that airlines are positioned to provide support during the crisis and eventually in the recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Saturday, May 9, 2020 7:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “We must arrive at a solution that gives passengers the confidence to fly and keeps the cost of flying affordable,” “One without the other will have no lasting benefit” External link

nypost Friday, May 8, 2020 2:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But without a lifeline of funding to keep the travel and tourism sector alive, the economic devastation of Covid-19 could take Africa’s development back a decade or more,” External link

businessdailyafrica Thursday, May 7, 2020 10:50:00 PM EAT

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

abcactionnews Thursday, May 7, 2020 2:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Their livelihoods are at risk. Containing the pandemic is the top priority. But without a lifeline of funding to keep the travel and tourism sector alive, the economic devastation of COVID-19 could take Africa’s development back a decade or more. Financial relief today is a critical investment in Africa’s post-pandemic future for millions of Africans,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 7, 2020 6:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

JakartaPost Thursday, May 7, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Their livelihoods are at risk. Containing the pandemic is the top priority. But without a lifeline of funding to keep the travel and tourism sector alive, the economic devastation of COVID-19 could take Africa’s development back a decade or more. Financial relief today is a critical investment in Africa’s post-pandemic future for millions of Africans,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 7, 2020 6:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

BangkokPost Thursday, May 7, 2020 5:10:00 AM EAT

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

thenationonlineng Thursday, May 7, 2020 2:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures,” External link

mercopress Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:02:00 PM EAT

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

wam-en Wednesday, May 6, 2020 10:49:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end,” External link

jamaicaobserver Wednesday, May 6, 2020 8:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely. Evidence suggests that the risk of transmission onboard aircraft is low. And we will take measures--such as the wearing of face coverings by passengers and masks by the crew--to add extra layers of protection," External link

business-standard Wednesday, May 6, 2020 7:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, May 6, 2020 5:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac señala : “Necesitamos evitar el tipo de situación que siguió al 11 de septiembre” External link

teletica Wednesday, May 6, 2020 4:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

watoday Wednesday, May 6, 2020 1:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "Estamos tentando ter um plano global de recomeço" External link

noticias-r7 Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac diz : "Precisamos evitar o tipo de situação que se seguiu (aos atentados) do 11 de Setembro" "Naquela época, vimos uma grande quantidade de diferentes medidas de segurança sendo implementadas" External link

noticias-r7 Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "certamente mudará a forma como a indústria opera" External link

noticias-r7 Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

naharnet-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 10:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures,” External link

in-cyprus Tuesday, May 5, 2020 10:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely," External link

haberler-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 9:50:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We need a vaccine, an immunity passport, or an effective COVID-19 test that can be administered at scale. Work on all of these is promising. But none will be realized before we will need to re-start the industry," External link

haberler-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 9:50:00 PM EAT

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

timesofindia Tuesday, May 5, 2020 9:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

channelnewsasia Tuesday, May 5, 2020 8:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

afp-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 8:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

channelnewsasia Tuesday, May 5, 2020 6:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

news-yahoo Tuesday, May 5, 2020 6:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

4-traders Tuesday, May 5, 2020 5:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The recession will likely hit air cargo at least as severely as it does the rest of the economy. To keep the supply chain moving to meet what demand might exist, airlines must be financially viable,” External link

JakartaPost Tuesday, May 5, 2020 8:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "Estamos tentando ter um plano global de recomeço" External link

g1-globo Tuesday, May 5, 2020 1:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "Estamos tentando ter um plano global de recomeço" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac diz : "Precisamos evitar o tipo de situação que se seguiu (aos atentados) do 11 de Setembro" "Naquela época, vimos uma grande quantidade de diferentes medidas de segurança sendo implementadas" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "certamente mudará a forma como a indústria opera" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The [aviation] industry is in freefall and we have not hit rock bottom,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, May 4, 2020 5:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines have been required to cut passenger services in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. So, it’s vital that everything is done to support the smooth movement of mail which is an important component of society," External link

wam-en Monday, May 4, 2020 4:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines have been required to cut passenger services in the fight to stop the spread of Covid-19. So, it’s vital that everything is done to support the smooth movement of mail which is an important component of society,” External link

tradearabia Monday, May 4, 2020 12:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Our industry is experiencing a critical liquidity crisis. Most airlines are spending more cash in reimbursing their passengers than they receive in new booking revenues. We recently estimated the industry’s liability in this area at $35 billion. In this context, airlines’ most urgent need is to keep their remaining liquidity to pay salaries and face their fixed travel value chain operating in the short time that airlines have before facing bankruptcy” External link

the-star Monday, May 4, 2020 8:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The [aviation] industry is in freefall and we have not hit rock bottom,” External link

guardian Sunday, May 3, 2020 11:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "In some economies, the spread of the pandemic 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

khaleejtimes Saturday, May 2, 2020 5:08:00 PM EAT

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

albawaba-en Friday, May 1, 2020 7:16:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Friday, May 1, 2020 5:44:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Thursday, April 30, 2020 4:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac saying : “the need for financial relief for airlines by whatever means possible remains urgent” External link

bloomberg Thursday, April 30, 2020 3:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac saying : “the need for financial relief for airlines by whatever means possible remains urgent” External link

bloomberg Thursday, April 30, 2020 3:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry is in free fall and we have not hit [the] bottom [yet]. But there will come a time, soon, I hope, when authorities will be ready to begin easing restrictions on mobility and opening borders,” “It is imperative that governments work with industry now to prepare for that day," he added. "It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease” External link

thenational Thursday, April 30, 2020 1:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explains : "What we are trying to do is have a global restart plan," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 11:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "We need to avoid the kind of situation that followed 9/11," "Back then we saw a piling up of different kinds of security measures, and it took a very long time to put it together again in a more consistent way. And we still have different measures" External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 11:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : “Il existe de nombreuses mesures pratiques et logistiques sur lesquelles nous nous sommes penchés et qui doivent être discutées et présentées aux autorités aéroportuaires, sanitaires et de l’aviation civile au cours de ce sommet pour voir si elles sont sûres et sécurisées” External link

courrierinternational Thursday, April 30, 2020 10:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the Covid-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets," External link

business-standard Thursday, April 30, 2020 10:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the Covid-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets. Demand was at the same level it was in 2006 but we have the fleets and employees for double that. Worse, we know that the situation deteriorated even more in April and most signs point to a slow recovery,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, April 30, 2020 9:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry is in free fall and we have not hit bottom. But there will come a timesoon, I hopewhen authorities will be ready to begin easing restrictions on mobility and opening borders. It is imperative that governments work with industry now to prepare for that day. It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease. We must also avoid the confusion and complexity that followed 9.11. Global standards that are mutually accepted and operationally practicable will be mission-critical to achieving this. The only way to get there is by working together,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, April 30, 2020 9:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease. We must also avoid the confusion and complexity that followed by 9.11. Global standards that are mutually accepted and operationally practicable will be mission-critical to achieving this. The only way to get there is by working together,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 30, 2020 6:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the COVID-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets. Demand was at the same level it was in 2006 but we have the fleets and employees for double that. Worse, we know that the situation deteriorated even more in April and most signs point to a slow recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 30, 2020 6:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "March was a disastrous month for aviation," External link

thenews-pk Thursday, April 30, 2020 3:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explains : "What we are trying to do is have a global restart plan," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "We need to avoid the kind of situation that followed 9/11," "Back then we saw a piling up of different kinds of security measures, and it took a very long time to put it together again in a more consistent way. And we still have different measures" External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explains : "What we are trying to do is have a global restart plan," External link

yahoo-au Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "We need to avoid the kind of situation that followed 9/11," "Back then we saw a piling up of different kinds of security measures, and it took a very long time to put it together again in a more consistent way. And we still have different measures" External link

yahoo-au Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "March was a disastrous month for aviation," External link

afp-en Wednesday, April 29, 2020 5:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac warned : "The industry is in free fall and we have not hit bottom," External link

afp-en Wednesday, April 29, 2020 5:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most," External link

xinhuanet_en Wednesday, April 29, 2020 4:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "With most of the passenger fleet sitting idle, airlines are doing their best to meet demand by adding freighter services, including adapting passenger aircraft to all-cargo activity," "But mounting these special operations continues to face bureaucratic hurdles" External link

thenational Wednesday, April 29, 2020 3:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The recession will likely hit air cargo at least as severely as it does the rest of the economy," External link

thenational Wednesday, April 29, 2020 3:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “At present, we don’t have enough capacity to meet the remaining demand for air cargo. Volumes fell by over 15 per cent in March compared to the previous year. But capacity plummeted by almost 23 per cent. The gap must be addressed quickly because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most. For example, there is a doubling of demand for pharmaceutical shipments that are critical to this crisis. With most of the passenger fleet sitting idle, airlines are doing their best to meet demand by adding freighter services, including adapting passenger aircraft to all-cargo activity. But mounting these special operations continues to face bureaucratic hurdles. Governments must cut the red tape needed to approve special flights and ensure safe and efficient facilitation of crew,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, April 29, 2020 1:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The capacity crunch will, unfortunately, be a temporary problem. The recession will likely hit air cargo at least as severely as it does the rest of the economy. To keep the supply chain moving to meet what demand might exist, airlines must be financially viable. The need for financial relief for airlines by whatever means possible remains urgent,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, April 29, 2020 1:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fight against Covid-19 is the world’s top priority. The economic and social cost of beating the virus will be high. The extreme financial difficulty of the airline industry is a prime example of that. In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical. It will be a leader in the economic recovery by performing its traditional role of linking people, goods and businesses globally. But we will be a changed industry. In anticipation that the world will have returned to sufficient normality by November, we will gather the world’s airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced. Aviation is the business of freedom. We are resilient. And this AGM will help us to build an even stronger future,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, April 29, 2020 9:00:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical, but we will be a changed industry," "We will gather the world's airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced" External link

vietnamnews Wednesday, April 29, 2020 8:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical, ... but we will be a changed industry,” “We will gather the world’s airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced” External link

themalaymailonline Wednesday, April 29, 2020 3:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical, ... but we will be a changed industry," "We will gather the world's airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced" External link

afp-en Tuesday, April 28, 2020 9:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We don’t have enough capacity to meet the remaining demand for air cargo,” External link

forbes Tuesday, April 28, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The gap must be addressed quickly because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most,” External link

forbes Tuesday, April 28, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac afirmou : “A decisão do governo da Argentina foi desproporcional e coloca em risco milhares de empregos no país. A indústria enfrenta uma crise e precisa de coordenação, cooperação e apoio financeiro” External link

g1-globo Tuesday, April 28, 2020 6:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Some governments have stepped in to help, and we thank them. But much, much more is needed. Direct financial support is essential to maintain jobs and ensure airlines can remain viable businesses. And when the world is ready to start travelling again, the global economy will need aviation at its best to help restore connectivity, tourism and global supply chains. That will require a harmonised approach with industry, workers and governments working together,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, April 28, 2020 8:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Sebastian Mikosz ) : “Sebastian brings with him a wealth of experience in the public and private sectors that will be critical in advancing the global aviation industry’s advocacy agenda. At this time of unprecedented crisis, the airline industry needs a strong voice. We must restore the confidence of governments and travelers so that aviation can re-start, lead an economic recovery, and connect the world. Sebastian’s experience in launching and turning-around companies will be invaluable in helping Iata meet the expectations of our members, governments and stakeholders,” External link

tradearabia Monday, April 27, 2020 6:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed," External link

err-en Saturday, April 25, 2020 12:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "It is very clear that if social distancing is imposed inside the aircraft we will need to neutralise a huge proportion of seats, at least a third for short and medium haul aircraft…And so it means that if social distancing is imposed, cheap travel is over. 'Voila'. " External link

Stuff Thursday, April 23, 2020 5:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is contained - hit by personal economic concerns in the face of a looming recession on top of lingering concerns about the safety of travel,” External link

BangkokPost Thursday, April 23, 2020 4:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Le trafic aérien sur le deuxième trimestre a perdu en moyenne 80% de son volume, avec des pays dans lequel le trafic aérien a perdu 90% de son volume" External link

Europe1 Thursday, April 23, 2020 3:45:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "elles proposent aux passagers de les rembourser avec un bon, un à-valoir, que l'on appelle un voucher. Celui-ci peut durer au-delà de 12 mois, ce qui maintient le droit à voler" External link

Europe1 Thursday, April 23, 2020 3:45:00 AM EAT

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

hellenicshippingnews Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is containedhit 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The passenger business came to a halt with unilateral government actions to stop the 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 that 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is an emergency. Airlines around the world are struggling to survive. Virgin Australia which entered voluntary administration demonstrates that this risk is not theoretical. Governments will need financially viable airlines to lead the economic recovery. Many of them won’t be around to do that if they have run out of cash. The number of governments recognising that relief measures are needed is growing. But the crisis is also deepening. We thank the governments that 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "elles proposent aux passagers de les rembourser avec un bon, un à-valoir, que l'on appelle un voucher, qui peut durer au-delà de 12 mois, ce qui maintient le droit à voler" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirme : "Sinon les avions ne voleraient pas" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Les premières statistiques qu’on a montrent un taux de contamination extrêmement faible" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Le trafic aérien sur le deuxième trimestre a perdu 80% de son volume et avec des pays dans lequel le trafic aérien a perdu 90% de son volume" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are facing the most critical period in the history of commercial aviation. Some governments have stepped in to help, and we thank them. But much, much more is needed," External link

ibtimes-sg Tuesday, April 21, 2020 7:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

namibiansun Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

namibiansun Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are facing the most critical period in the history of commercial aviation. Some governments have stepped in to help, and we thank them. But much, much more is needed. Direct financial support is essential to maintain jobs and ensure airlines can remain viable businesses. And when the world is ready to start travelling again, the global economy will need aviation at its best to help restore connectivity, tourism and global supply chains. That will require a harmonized approach with industry, workers and governments working together,” External link

tradearabia Monday, April 20, 2020 6:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Si nous ne recevons pas d’aide de la part des États, la principale conséquence sera la faillite d’un très grand nombre de compagnies aériennes" External link

france24 Monday, April 20, 2020 1:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Les consommateurs se tournent à nouveau vers cette matière : les emballages en plastique, en particulier, sont extrêmement importants pour sécuriser la chaîne alimentaire" External link

france24 Monday, April 20, 2020 1:32:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Sunday, April 19, 2020 5:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated," "We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases" External link

Stuff Sunday, April 19, 2020 2:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "On the one hand ... you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

elevenmyanmar Saturday, April 18, 2020 9:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac alerta : “A perspetiva da indústria fica mais negra a cada dia que passa. A escala da crise torna pouco provável uma recuperação em forma de V. De forma realística, deverá ser uma recuperação em forma de U, com o tráfego doméstico a recuperar a um ritmo mais rápido que o mercado internacional. Podemos ver mais de metade das receitas de passageiros desaparecer. Será um golpe de cerca de 290 mil milhões de euros. Diversos governos já avançaram com novas ou alargadas medidas de alívio financeiro, mas a situação permanece crítica. As companhias aéres poderão ‘queimar’ cerca de 56 mil milhões de euros em reservas de caixa apenas no segundo trimestre. Isso coloca em risco 25 milhões de empregos [diretos] dependentes da aviação. E sem um apoio imediato, muitas companhias aéreas não sobreviverão para liderar a recuperação económica” External link

diarioeconomico Friday, April 17, 2020 7:17:00 PM EAT

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

guardian-ng Friday, April 17, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These measures that have been implemented unilaterally by each state have to be lifted jointly otherwise it will not work," "You cannot say you authorise your citizens to go abroad without having on the other side a state saying 'I am ready to welcome them'" External link

thedailystarBD Thursday, April 16, 2020 8:50:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of Covid-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

gulf-times Thursday, April 16, 2020 12:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "On the one hand you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

RTERadio Wednesday, April 15, 2020 11:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, April 15, 2020 8:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, April 15, 2020 7:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, April 15, 2020 7:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit,” External link

expressindia Wednesday, April 15, 2020 3:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures, but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

expressindia Wednesday, April 15, 2020 3:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "On the one hand ... you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

theage Wednesday, April 15, 2020 2:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These measures that have been implemented unilaterally by each state have to be lifted jointly otherwise it will not work," "You cannot say you authorise your citizens to go abroad without having on the other side a state saying 'I am ready to welcome them'" External link

theage Wednesday, April 15, 2020 2:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These measures that have been implemented unilaterally by each state have to be lifted jointly otherwise it will not work," "You cannot say you authorise your citizens to go abroad without having on the other side a state saying 'I am ready to welcome them'" External link

4-traders Wednesday, April 15, 2020 1:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments,” “Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed, and this could give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged” External link

ibtimes Tuesday, April 14, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "On the one hand ... you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

4-traders Tuesday, April 14, 2020 10:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day,” External link

thenational Tuesday, April 14, 2020 9:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines could burn through $61bn of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

thenational Tuesday, April 14, 2020 9:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of Covid-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit. "Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

timesofoman Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

timesofoman Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:04:00 PM EAT

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

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, April 14, 2020 8:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, April 12, 2020 11:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, April 12, 2020 11:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, April 12, 2020 11:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “And that it is not economically and financially wise to increase taxation on a sector that is structurally fragile and financially weak,” External link

euractiv-en Sunday, April 12, 2020 1:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : «Le point clé, c’est d’éviter d’être à cours de trésorerie. Le remboursement est quasiment inabordable financièrement parlant» External link

lefigaro Sunday, April 12, 2020 12:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are fighting for survival. Many routes have been suspended in Africa and Middle East and airlines have seen demand fall by as much as 60 per cent on remaining ones. Millions of jobs are at stake. Airlines need urgent government action if they are to emerge from this in a fit state to help the world recover, once covid-19 is beaten,” External link

guardian-ng Saturday, April 11, 2020 8:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25-million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, April 10, 2020 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, April 10, 2020 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don't want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25-million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, April 10, 2020 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, April 10, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, April 10, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, April 10, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué : “Les compagnies aériennes doivent être des entreprises viables afin de pouvoir mener la reprise lorsque la pandémie sera maîtrisée. Une bouée de sauvetage pour les compagnies aériennes est désormais essentielle” External link

capital-FR Thursday, April 9, 2020 11:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac conclu : “Nous nous sommes retrouvés avec un fouillis de mesures que nous sommes toujours en train de régler aujourd'hui. Les 25 millions de personnes dont les emplois sont menacés par cette crise dépendront d'un redémarrage efficace de l'industrie” External link

capital-FR Thursday, April 9, 2020 11:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The release of the 2019 Safety Report is a reminder that even as aviation faces its deepest crisis, we are committed to making aviation even safer," External link

JakartaPost Thursday, April 9, 2020 5:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

nst Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired," External link

asianage Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together," External link

asianage Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking,” External link

firstpost Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together," External link

business-standard Wednesday, April 8, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired," "We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work," External link

business-standard Wednesday, April 8, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly," "We do not want to repeat the mistakes made after 9/11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry," External link

business-standard Wednesday, April 8, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash, so refunding the canceled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking,” External link

theepochtimes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 10:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent on airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

newindianexpress Wednesday, April 8, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, April 8, 2020 5:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking,” External link

themalaymailonline Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

abs-cbnnews Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

4-traders Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:12:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

theage Wednesday, April 8, 2020 2:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

ahram-EN Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated,” “At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work” External link

forbes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 12:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

newindianexpress Tuesday, April 7, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I look forward to working with Carsten as chair of the Iata Board of Governors. As we continually seek to broaden the Iata membership, his experience within the Lufthansa Group will be particularly valuable," said Alexandre de Juniac, Iata’s director general and CEO. "I also want to thank Akbar Al Baker for his strong leadership and support as chairman over the last year. Under his leadership, Iata has made progress on a number of initiatives including New Distribution Capability, One ID and digital transformation. Akbar also encouraged our gender diversity initiatives, leading to the creation of the association’s Diversity and Inclusion Awards to recognize those companies and individuals who are leading in this effort,” External link

tradearabia Monday, June 3, 2019 4:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dijo : “No me inquieta la posibilidad de un gran trastorno, pero sí me inquieta que habrá trastornos en las próximas semanas, en los próximos meses, porque no se lo ha calibrado debidamente” External link

wsoctv Thursday, January 10, 2019 8:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac powiedział : "W tym roku spodziewamy się rekordowych zysków na poziomie 35,6 mld dolarów. Przyszły rok może być trudniejszy dla branży ze względu na ryzyko związane z ceną ropy. Pomimo to, według naszych prognoz, przewoźnicy mogą zarobić w 2017 roku ok. 29,8 mld dolarów. Można powiedzieć, że wynik ten będzie bardzo miękkim lądowaniem, które zapewni bezpieczną rentowność branży" External link

pap Thursday, December 8, 2016 5:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : “People want to fly. Demand for air travel over the next two decades is set to double. Enabling people and nations to trade, explore, and share the benefits of innovation and economic prosperity makes our world a better place," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA director general and chief executive officer. The forecast for passenger growth confirms that the biggest driver of demand will be the Asia-Pacific region. It is expected to be the source of more than half the new passengers over the next 20 years. China will displace the United States as the world’s largest aviation market around 2029, the note said. India will displace the UK for third place in 2026, while Indonesia enters the top ten at the expense of Italy. Growth will also increasingly be driven within developing markets. Over the past decade the developing world’s share of total passenger traffic has risen from 24 per cent to nearly 40 per cent, and this trend is set to continue, IATA said. The 20-year forecast puts forward three scenarios. The central scenario foresees a doubling of passengers with a 3.7 per cent annual CAGR. If trade liberalisation gathers pace, demand could triple the 2015 level. Conversely, if the current trend towards trade protectionism gathers strength, growth could cool to 2.5 per cent annual CAGR which would see passenger numbers reach 5.8 billion by 2035. The five fastest-growing markets in terms of additional passengers per year over the forecast period will be China (817 million new passengers for a total of 1.3 billion); United States (484 million new passengers for a total of 1.1 billion); India (322 million new passengers for a total of 442 million); Indonesia (135 million new passengers for a total of 242 million); and Vietnam (112 million new passengers for a total of 150 million). "Economic growth is the only durable solution for the world’s current economic woes. Yet we see governments raising barriers to trade rather than making it easier. If this continues in the long-term, it will mean slower growth and the world will be poorer for it,” External link

zawya-palestine Wednesday, October 19, 2016 1:51:00 PM EAT



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Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : “People want to fly. Demand for air travel over the next two decades is set to double. Enabling people and nations to trade, explore, and share the benefits of innovation and economic prosperity makes our world a better place," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA director general and chief executive officer. The forecast for passenger growth confirms that the biggest driver of demand will be the Asia-Pacific region. It is expected to be the source of more than half the new passengers over the next 20 years. China will displace the United States as the world’s largest aviation market around 2029, the note said. India will displace the UK for third place in 2026, while Indonesia enters the top ten at the expense of Italy. Growth will also increasingly be driven within developing markets. Over the past decade the developing world’s share of total passenger traffic has risen from 24 per cent to nearly 40 per cent, and this trend is set to continue, IATA said. The 20-year forecast puts forward three scenarios. The central scenario foresees a doubling of passengers with a 3.7 per cent annual CAGR. If trade liberalisation gathers pace, demand could triple the 2015 level. Conversely, if the current trend towards trade protectionism gathers strength, growth could cool to 2.5 per cent annual CAGR which would see passenger numbers reach 5.8 billion by 2035. The five fastest-growing markets in terms of additional passengers per year over the forecast period will be China (817 million new passengers for a total of 1.3 billion); United States (484 million new passengers for a total of 1.1 billion); India (322 million new passengers for a total of 442 million); Indonesia (135 million new passengers for a total of 242 million); and Vietnam (112 million new passengers for a total of 150 million). "Economic growth is the only durable solution for the world’s current economic woes. Yet we see governments raising barriers to trade rather than making it easier. If this continues in the long-term, it will mean slower growth and the world will be poorer for it,” External link

zawya-palestine Wednesday, October 19, 2016 1:51:00 PM EAT

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

GulfDailyNews Wednesday, June 3, 2020 12:11:00 AM EAT

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

channelnewsasia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

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

channelnewsasia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 6:43:00 PM EAT

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

wam-en Tuesday, June 2, 2020 1:20:00 PM EAT

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

business-standard Tuesday, June 2, 2020 12:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers," External link

business-standard Tuesday, June 2, 2020 12:21:00 PM EAT

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

irishsun Tuesday, June 2, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "And we must do this with global harmonisation and mutual recognition of efforts to earn the confidence of travellers and air transport workers," External link

irishsun Tuesday, June 2, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, June 2, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

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

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

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

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

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

voxy Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The Indian carriers, like many airlines around the world, are in survival mode," External link

business-standard Saturday, May 30, 2020 12:54:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

albawaba-en Thursday, May 28, 2020 11:50:00 AM EAT

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

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Connectivity will be important to the recovery. Meaningful financial aid to airlines now makes economic sense. It will ensure that they are ready to provide job-supporting connectivity as economies re-open,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

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

guardian-ng Thursday, May 28, 2020 7:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I would also like to highlight a growing concern on the quarantine measures that some governments are putting in place. One development is of particular concern. That is the politicization of quarantine measures” External link

expressindia Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In response to the UK government’s announced 14-day quarantine measures for all arrivals, France announced that it would do the same for arrivals from the UK. Measures must be guided by science, not politics. And tit-for-tat quarantine measures are, frankly, unacceptable,” External link

expressindia Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

gulf-times Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:15:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : "A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar" External link

jornaldeangola Wednesday, May 27, 2020 2:56:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : "A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar" External link

WortLuxembourg-pt Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “Mais da metade do alívio concedido pelos governos cria novos passivos. Menos de 10% serão adicionados ao patrimônio da companhia aérea. Isso muda completamente o quadro financeiro da indústria” External link

istoe Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : “A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar” External link

diarioeconomico Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac referiu : “A ajuda governamental está a ajudar a manter a indústria à tona. O próximo desafio será evitar que as companhias aéreas se afundem com o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está a criar” External link

tvi24 Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:56:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : “O auxílio dos governos está ajudando a manter a indústria. O próximo desafio será impedir que as companhias aéreas afundem sob o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está criando” External link

extra Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:11:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "O auxílio dos governos está ajudando a manter a indústria. O próximo desafio será impedir que as companhias aéreas afundem sob o peso da dívida que esta ajuda está criando" External link

g1-globo Tuesday, May 26, 2020 9:27:00 PM EAT

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

irishexaminer Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

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

irishexaminer Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

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

tribuneonlineng Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

alarabiya-en Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:42:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:26:00 PM EAT

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

forbes Tuesday, May 26, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "Esse é um aspecto positivo para o setor porque é a única parte em operação e que vem registrando receita em alguma escala" External link

noticias-terra-br Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is important to remember that the risk of transmission on board is very low. And we are determined that aviation will not be a significant source of re-infection. We are working continuously with governments to ensure that any measures put in place are done so consistently and with scientific backing. That is key to restoring public confidence so the benefits of safely re-starting aviation can be realised,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:10:00 AM EAT

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

BFTOnline Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no precedent for a crisis of this level," External link

ibtimes Monday, May 25, 2020 4:13:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assuré : "augmenter les prix de 50 à 100%" External link

varmatin Monday, May 25, 2020 11:57:00 AM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

BFTOnline Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:00:00 PM EAT

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

dailytimes-NG Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:41:00 AM EAT

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

dailytimes-NG Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 7:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, May 22, 2020 7:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant COVID-19 testing available at scale,” External link

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 5:51:00 AM EAT

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

ngrguardiannews Friday, May 22, 2020 5:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

omanobserver-om Friday, May 22, 2020 2:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We’ve never seen anything like this,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Thursday, May 21, 2020 5:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers,” External link

TheFrontierPost-en Thursday, May 21, 2020 5:16:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Non je ne crois pas car il y a d’autres grands avions qui sont plus récents d’ailleurs […] et il y a un marché pour eux" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indique : "C’est un appareil qui a été conçu dans les années 1990, ce n’est pas un appareil récent et puis certaines compagnies estimaient qu’il n’était pas au bon coût d’exploitation. En tout cas pas à celui qui avait été annoncé et que dans , il n’y avait pas de marché" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac précise : "Nous avons préparé un plan pour redémarrer l’industrie, qui est en trois ou quatre phases. La première phase c’est de redémarrer des marchés domestiques pour fin mai et tout le mois de juin. Ensuite, à partir du mois de juin et surtout au troisième trimestre, les marchés continentaux, comme l’Europe, l’Amérique du Nord ou l’Asie-Pacifique. Et puis, à partir du mois de septembre, repartir sur des marchés intercontinentaux, c’est-à-dire entre les grands continents, comme les liaisons entre l'Asie-Europe par exemple" External link

francetvinfo Thursday, May 21, 2020 2:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Our layered approach of measures recommended by airports and airlines safeguard public health while offering a practical approach for a gradual restart of operations. It is important to remember that the risk of transmission on board is very low." External link

irishsun Thursday, May 21, 2020 9:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

gulf-times Thursday, May 21, 2020 12:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : "Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges" External link

clicanoo Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:33:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We've never seen anything like this," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Empty seats don't provide added security," "But the economic impact would be absolutely catastrophic," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We're trying to convince governments to dedicate a part of the economic support plans to developing biofuels," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But we'll also have fewer planes flying and therefore a bit lower emissions," External link

ibtimes Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:28:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

wam-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac concluded : "The Roadmap is the industry’s high-level thinking on safely re-starting aviation. Timing is critical. Governments understand the importance of aviation to the social and economic recovery of their countries and many are planning a phased re-opening of borders in the coming months. We have a short time to reach agreement on the initial standards to support safely reconnecting the world and to firmly establish that global standards are essential to success. This will change as technology and medical science advances. The vital element is coordination. If we don’t take these first steps in a harmonised way, we will spend many painful years recovering ground that should not have been lost," External link

wam-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:09:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We've never seen anything like this," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "One of the keys to restarting travel is a robust process of checking passengers," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Empty seats don't provide added security," "But the economic impact would be absolutely catastrophic," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We're trying to convince governments to dedicate a part of the economic support plans to developing biofuels," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But we'll also have fewer planes flying and therefore a bit lower emissions," External link

afp-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It's the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, May 20, 2020 11:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognized by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

timesofoman Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : "Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges" External link

lepetitjournal Wednesday, May 20, 2020 10:20:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : «Ça n'ajouterait pas davantage de sécurité d'avoir à neutraliser des sièges» External link

la-croix Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Re-starting air transport is important. Even as the pandemic continues, the foundations for an industry re-start are being laid through close collaboration of the air transport industry with ICAO, the WHO, individual governments and other parties. Much work, however, remains to be done. By committing to these principles, the leaders of the world’s airlines will guide the safe, responsible and sustainable re-start of our vital economic sector. Flying is our business. And it is everyone’s shared freedom,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9:04:00 AM EAT

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

4-traders Wednesday, May 20, 2020 1:17:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The restart will go much more smoothly if governments cooperate,” “As I have said before, we must avoid the mess that followed 9-11 when governments acted unilaterally. This created confusion for airlines and travelers alike. And it took many years to clean-up” External link

WashingtonPost Wednesday, May 20, 2020 12:52:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It's the way forward for biosecurity as well," External link

khaleejtimes Tuesday, May 19, 2020 11:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We need a solution for safe travel that addresses those challenges,” “It must give passengers the confidence to travel safely and without undue hassle, and it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus” External link

nypost Tuesday, May 19, 2020 8:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There is no single measure that will reduce risk and enable a safe re-start of flying. But a layering measures that are globally implemented and mutually recognised by governments can achieve the needed outcome. This is the greatest crisis that aviation has ever faced. A layered approach has worked with safety and with security. It’s the way forward for biosecurity as well,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The Roadmap is the industry’s high-level thinking on safely re-starting aviation. Timing is critical. Governments understand the importance of aviation to the social and economic recovery of their countries and many are planning a phased re-opening of borders in the coming months. We have a short time to reach agreement on the initial standards to support safely reconnecting the world and to firmly establish that global standards are essential to success. This will change as technology and medical science advances. The vital element is coordination. If we don’t take these first steps in a harmonized way, we will spend many painful years recovering ground that should not have been lost,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:10:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The industry's outlook is getting darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures, but the situation remains critical. Without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery," External link

ecns Monday, May 18, 2020 5:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué ( about France İnter ) : "Normalement, si nous sommes suivis par les gouvernements avec lesquels nous discutons, on devrait pouvoir voyager en France à partir de juin, puis en Europe en juillet-août, avec un trafic réduit et un nombre de destinations qui sera un peu plus limité" External link

capital-FR Sunday, May 17, 2020 10:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué : "s oit on ne vole pas parce que les avions perdent de l’argent à chaque vol, soit " External link

linfo Saturday, May 16, 2020 9:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué ( about France İnter ) : "Normalement, si nous sommes suivis par les gouvernements avec lesquels nous discutons, on devrait pouvoir voyager en France à partir de juin, puis en Europe en juillet-août, avec un trafic réduit et un nombre de destinations qui sera un peu plus limité" External link

TF1 Saturday, May 16, 2020 6:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué ( about France İnter ) : "Normalement, si nous sommes suivis par les gouvernements avec lesquels nous discutons, on devrait pouvoir voyager en France à partir de juin, puis en Europe en juillet-août, avec un trafic réduit et un nombre de destinations qui sera un peu plus limité " External link

sudouest Saturday, May 16, 2020 6:07:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Without a doubt this is the biggest crisis that the industry has ever faced,” External link

zmescience Saturday, May 16, 2020 12:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have published today a new forecast about the potential recovery of the air traffic and what we see is that things should come back to normal in 2023,” External link

theepochtimes Friday, May 15, 2020 1:18:00 PM EAT

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

guardian-ng Friday, May 15, 2020 7:42:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are aiming at reopening and boosting the domestic market by end of the second quarter, and opening the regional or continental markets — such as Europe, North America or Asia-Pacific — by the third quarter, and intercontinental in the fall,” External link

forbes Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant COVID-19 testing available at scale,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control COVID-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. IATA and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Major stimulus from governments combined with liquidity injections by central banks will boost the economic recovery once the pandemic is under control. But rebuilding passenger confidence will take longer. And even then, individual and corporate travelers are likely to carefully manage travel spend and stay closer to home,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 14, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant COVID-19 testing available at scale,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control COVID-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. IATA and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Major stimulus from governments combined with liquidity injections by central banks will boost the economic recovery once the pandemic is under control. But rebuilding passenger confidence will take longer. And even then, individual and corporate travelers are likely to carefully manage travel spend and stay closer to home,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We have published today a new forecast about the potential recovery of the air traffic and what we see is that things should come back to normal in 2023," "That shows the importance and the severity of this crisis on air transport" External link

abc-au Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:01:00 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 said : "We have published today a new forecast about the potential recovery of the air traffic, and what we see is that things should come back to normal in 2023, which is later than our previous forecast," External link

qt Thursday, May 14, 2020 1:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "International travel cannot restart under such conditions," External link

irishsun Wednesday, May 13, 2020 11:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “That’s important. The arriving country must be confident of the procedures in place at the departing airport. And travelers will need the reassurance of common measures,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We oppose quarantine measures because the combination of these measures, if well-implemented globally, can manage the risks. We are working with ICAO and other stakeholders to put in place an agreed risk-based layered system quickly to safely and efficiently restore global connectivity,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant Covid-19 testing available at scale,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control Covid-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. IATA and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

gulf-times Wednesday, May 13, 2020 9:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “International travel cannot restart under such conditions,” External link

TorontoStar Wednesday, May 13, 2020 8:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "If airlines run out of cash, people will lose their jobs, airlines could fail and there would be negative fallout across the travel and tourism value chain. There is no public policy benefit in that. Airlines drive business and link economies. Re-starting economies with an even more hobbled air transport sector is akin to boxing in the fight of a lifetime with one hand tied behind your back," External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 13, 2020 6:08:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Major stimulus from governments combined with liquidity injections by central banks will boost the economic recovery once the pandemic is under control. But rebuilding passenger confidence will take longer. And even then, individual and corporate travelers are likely to carefully manage travel spend and stay closer to home,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The impacts of the crisis on long-haul travel will be much more severe and of a longer duration than what is expected in domestic markets. This makes globally agreed and implemented biosecurity standards for the travel process all the more critical. We have a small window to avoid the consequences of uncoordinated unilateral measures that marked the post-9.11 period. We must act fast,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Even in the best of circumstances this crisis will cost many jobs and rob the economy of years of aviation-stimulated growth. To protect aviation’s ability to be a catalyst for the economic recovery, we must not make that prognosis worse by making travel impracticable with quarantine measures. We need a solution for safe travel that addresses two challenges. It must give passengers confidence to travel safely and without undue hassle. And it must give governments confidence that they are protected from importing the virus. Our proposal is for a layering of temporary non-quarantine measures until we have a vaccine, immunity passports or nearly instant Covid-19 testing available at scale,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “CART has a very big job to do with little time to waste. It must find an agreement among states on the measures needed to control Covid-19 as aviation re-starts. And it must build confidence among governments that borders can be opened to travelers because a layered approach of measures has been properly implemented globally. Iata and the whole industry support this critical work,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:05:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most," External link

iol Tuesday, May 12, 2020 8:09:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Tuesday, May 12, 2020 5:44:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac states : “It is very clear that if social-distancing is imposed inside the aircraft it will neutralise a huge proportion of seats – at least a third – for short- and mid-haul aircraft,” External link

novinite Sunday, May 10, 2020 11:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac states : “if social-distancing is imposed, cheap travel is over” External link

novinite Sunday, May 10, 2020 11:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the Covid-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets. Demand was at the same level it was in 2006 but we have the fleets and employees for double that. Worse, we know that the situation deteriorated even more in April and most signs point to a slow recovery,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, May 10, 2020 5:01:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry is in free fall and we have not hit bottom. But there will come a timesoon, I hopewhen authorities will be ready to begin easing restrictions on mobility and opening borders. It is imperative that governments work with industry now to prepare for that day. It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease. We must also avoid the confusion and complexity that followed 9.11. Global standards that are mutually accepted and operationally practicable will be mission-critical to achieving this. The only way to get there is by working together,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, May 10, 2020 5:01:00 PM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

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

sundaytimes Sunday, May 10, 2020 12:00:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac disse : "As evidências sugerem que o risco de transmissão a bordo das aeronaves é baixo. E tomaremos medidas, como o uso de máscaras por passageiros e pela tripulação, para adicionar camadas extras de proteção. Precisamos chegar a uma solução que dê aos passageiros a confiança necessária para voar e mantenha o custo do voo acessível. Um sem o outro não terá benefícios duradouros" External link

uol Saturday, May 9, 2020 10:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Nevertheless, it was still enough to cause our slowest traffic growth in nearly a decade,” External link

guardian-ng Saturday, May 9, 2020 7:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In this emergency, governments need to consider the maintenance of air transport links in their response. Suspension of the 80/20 slot use rule and relief on airport fees at airports where demand has disappeared are two important steps that can help ensure that airlines are positioned to provide support during the crisis and eventually in the recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Saturday, May 9, 2020 7:08:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “We must arrive at a solution that gives passengers the confidence to fly and keeps the cost of flying affordable,” “One without the other will have no lasting benefit” External link

nypost Friday, May 8, 2020 2:33:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “But without a lifeline of funding to keep the travel and tourism sector alive, the economic devastation of Covid-19 could take Africa’s development back a decade or more,” External link

businessdailyafrica Thursday, May 7, 2020 10:50:00 PM EAT

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

abcactionnews Thursday, May 7, 2020 2:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Their livelihoods are at risk. Containing the pandemic is the top priority. But without a lifeline of funding to keep the travel and tourism sector alive, the economic devastation of COVID-19 could take Africa’s development back a decade or more. Financial relief today is a critical investment in Africa’s post-pandemic future for millions of Africans,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, May 7, 2020 6:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

JakartaPost Thursday, May 7, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Their livelihoods are at risk. Containing the pandemic is the top priority. But without a lifeline of funding to keep the travel and tourism sector alive, the economic devastation of COVID-19 could take Africa’s development back a decade or more. Financial relief today is a critical investment in Africa’s post-pandemic future for millions of Africans,” External link

ngrguardiannews Thursday, May 7, 2020 6:18:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

BangkokPost Thursday, May 7, 2020 5:10:00 AM EAT

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

thenationonlineng Thursday, May 7, 2020 2:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures,” External link

mercopress Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:02:00 PM EAT

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

wam-en Wednesday, May 6, 2020 10:49:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

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

tradearabia Wednesday, May 6, 2020 9:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end,” External link

jamaicaobserver Wednesday, May 6, 2020 8:14:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely. Evidence suggests that the risk of transmission onboard aircraft is low. And we will take measures--such as the wearing of face coverings by passengers and masks by the crew--to add extra layers of protection," External link

business-standard Wednesday, May 6, 2020 7:59:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, May 6, 2020 5:23:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac señala : “Necesitamos evitar el tipo de situación que siguió al 11 de septiembre” External link

teletica Wednesday, May 6, 2020 4:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

watoday Wednesday, May 6, 2020 1:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "Estamos tentando ter um plano global de recomeço" External link

noticias-r7 Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac diz : "Precisamos evitar o tipo de situação que se seguiu (aos atentados) do 11 de Setembro" "Naquela época, vimos uma grande quantidade de diferentes medidas de segurança sendo implementadas" External link

noticias-r7 Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "certamente mudará a forma como a indústria opera" External link

noticias-r7 Wednesday, May 6, 2020 12:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

naharnet-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 10:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures,” External link

in-cyprus Tuesday, May 5, 2020 10:14:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The safety of passengers and crew is paramount. The aviation industry is working with governments to re-start flying when this can be done safely," External link

haberler-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 9:50:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We need a vaccine, an immunity passport, or an effective COVID-19 test that can be administered at scale. Work on all of these is promising. But none will be realized before we will need to re-start the industry," External link

haberler-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 9:50:00 PM EAT

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

timesofindia Tuesday, May 5, 2020 9:12:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

channelnewsasia Tuesday, May 5, 2020 8:31:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end," External link

afp-en Tuesday, May 5, 2020 8:02:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

channelnewsasia Tuesday, May 5, 2020 6:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

news-yahoo Tuesday, May 5, 2020 6:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The point is to see whether it is necessary to implement measures," External link

4-traders Tuesday, May 5, 2020 5:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The recession will likely hit air cargo at least as severely as it does the rest of the economy. To keep the supply chain moving to meet what demand might exist, airlines must be financially viable,” External link

JakartaPost Tuesday, May 5, 2020 8:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "Estamos tentando ter um plano global de recomeço" External link

g1-globo Tuesday, May 5, 2020 1:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "Estamos tentando ter um plano global de recomeço" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac diz : "Precisamos evitar o tipo de situação que se seguiu (aos atentados) do 11 de Setembro" "Naquela época, vimos uma grande quantidade de diferentes medidas de segurança sendo implementadas" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explica : "certamente mudará a forma como a indústria opera" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:46:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The [aviation] industry is in freefall and we have not hit rock bottom,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, May 4, 2020 5:47:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines have been required to cut passenger services in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19. So, it’s vital that everything is done to support the smooth movement of mail which is an important component of society," External link

wam-en Monday, May 4, 2020 4:49:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines have been required to cut passenger services in the fight to stop the spread of Covid-19. So, it’s vital that everything is done to support the smooth movement of mail which is an important component of society,” External link

tradearabia Monday, May 4, 2020 12:55:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : “Our industry is experiencing a critical liquidity crisis. Most airlines are spending more cash in reimbursing their passengers than they receive in new booking revenues. We recently estimated the industry’s liability in this area at $35 billion. In this context, airlines’ most urgent need is to keep their remaining liquidity to pay salaries and face their fixed travel value chain operating in the short time that airlines have before facing bankruptcy” External link

the-star Monday, May 4, 2020 8:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The [aviation] industry is in freefall and we have not hit rock bottom,” External link

guardian Sunday, May 3, 2020 11:16:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "In some economies, the spread of the pandemic 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

khaleejtimes Saturday, May 2, 2020 5:08:00 PM EAT

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

albawaba-en Friday, May 1, 2020 7:16:00 PM EAT

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

khaleejtimes Friday, May 1, 2020 5:44:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Thursday, April 30, 2020 4:35:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac saying : “the need for financial relief for airlines by whatever means possible remains urgent” External link

bloomberg Thursday, April 30, 2020 3:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac saying : “the need for financial relief for airlines by whatever means possible remains urgent” External link

bloomberg Thursday, April 30, 2020 3:23:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry is in free fall and we have not hit [the] bottom [yet]. But there will come a time, soon, I hope, when authorities will be ready to begin easing restrictions on mobility and opening borders,” “It is imperative that governments work with industry now to prepare for that day," he added. "It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease” External link

thenational Thursday, April 30, 2020 1:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explains : "What we are trying to do is have a global restart plan," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 11:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "We need to avoid the kind of situation that followed 9/11," "Back then we saw a piling up of different kinds of security measures, and it took a very long time to put it together again in a more consistent way. And we still have different measures" External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 11:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac indiqué : “Il existe de nombreuses mesures pratiques et logistiques sur lesquelles nous nous sommes penchés et qui doivent être discutées et présentées aux autorités aéroportuaires, sanitaires et de l’aviation civile au cours de ce sommet pour voir si elles sont sûres et sécurisées” External link

courrierinternational Thursday, April 30, 2020 10:47:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the Covid-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets," External link

business-standard Thursday, April 30, 2020 10:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the Covid-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets. Demand was at the same level it was in 2006 but we have the fleets and employees for double that. Worse, we know that the situation deteriorated even more in April and most signs point to a slow recovery,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, April 30, 2020 9:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry is in free fall and we have not hit bottom. But there will come a timesoon, I hopewhen authorities will be ready to begin easing restrictions on mobility and opening borders. It is imperative that governments work with industry now to prepare for that day. It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease. We must also avoid the confusion and complexity that followed 9.11. Global standards that are mutually accepted and operationally practicable will be mission-critical to achieving this. The only way to get there is by working together,” External link

tradearabia Thursday, April 30, 2020 9:55:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “It is the only way to ensure that we have measures in place to keep passengers safe during travel and reassure governments that aviation will not be a vector in the spread of the disease. We must also avoid the confusion and complexity that followed by 9.11. Global standards that are mutually accepted and operationally practicable will be mission-critical to achieving this. The only way to get there is by working together,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 30, 2020 6:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “March was a disastrous month for aviation. Airlines progressively felt the growing impact of the COVID-19 related border closings and restrictions on mobility, including in domestic markets. Demand was at the same level it was in 2006 but we have the fleets and employees for double that. Worse, we know that the situation deteriorated even more in April and most signs point to a slow recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Thursday, April 30, 2020 6:58:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "March was a disastrous month for aviation," External link

thenews-pk Thursday, April 30, 2020 3:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explains : "What we are trying to do is have a global restart plan," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "We need to avoid the kind of situation that followed 9/11," "Back then we saw a piling up of different kinds of security measures, and it took a very long time to put it together again in a more consistent way. And we still have different measures" External link

news-yahoo Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:39:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explains : "What we are trying to do is have a global restart plan," External link

yahoo-au Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac says : "We need to avoid the kind of situation that followed 9/11," "Back then we saw a piling up of different kinds of security measures, and it took a very long time to put it together again in a more consistent way. And we still have different measures" External link

yahoo-au Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "March was a disastrous month for aviation," External link

afp-en Wednesday, April 29, 2020 5:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac warned : "The industry is in free fall and we have not hit bottom," External link

afp-en Wednesday, April 29, 2020 5:15:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most," External link

xinhuanet_en Wednesday, April 29, 2020 4:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "With most of the passenger fleet sitting idle, airlines are doing their best to meet demand by adding freighter services, including adapting passenger aircraft to all-cargo activity," "But mounting these special operations continues to face bureaucratic hurdles" External link

thenational Wednesday, April 29, 2020 3:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The recession will likely hit air cargo at least as severely as it does the rest of the economy," External link

thenational Wednesday, April 29, 2020 3:58:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “At present, we don’t have enough capacity to meet the remaining demand for air cargo. Volumes fell by over 15 per cent in March compared to the previous year. But capacity plummeted by almost 23 per cent. The gap must be addressed quickly because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most. For example, there is a doubling of demand for pharmaceutical shipments that are critical to this crisis. With most of the passenger fleet sitting idle, airlines are doing their best to meet demand by adding freighter services, including adapting passenger aircraft to all-cargo activity. But mounting these special operations continues to face bureaucratic hurdles. Governments must cut the red tape needed to approve special flights and ensure safe and efficient facilitation of crew,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, April 29, 2020 1:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The capacity crunch will, unfortunately, be a temporary problem. The recession will likely hit air cargo at least as severely as it does the rest of the economy. To keep the supply chain moving to meet what demand might exist, airlines must be financially viable. The need for financial relief for airlines by whatever means possible remains urgent,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, April 29, 2020 1:21:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The fight against Covid-19 is the world’s top priority. The economic and social cost of beating the virus will be high. The extreme financial difficulty of the airline industry is a prime example of that. In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical. It will be a leader in the economic recovery by performing its traditional role of linking people, goods and businesses globally. But we will be a changed industry. In anticipation that the world will have returned to sufficient normality by November, we will gather the world’s airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced. Aviation is the business of freedom. We are resilient. And this AGM will help us to build an even stronger future,” External link

tradearabia Wednesday, April 29, 2020 9:00:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical, but we will be a changed industry," "We will gather the world's airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced" External link

vietnamnews Wednesday, April 29, 2020 8:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical, ... but we will be a changed industry,” “We will gather the world’s airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced” External link

themalaymailonline Wednesday, April 29, 2020 3:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "In the post-pandemic world, a viable air transport industry will be critical, ... but we will be a changed industry," "We will gather the world's airlines to look ahead together as we address the biggest challenges we have ever faced" External link

afp-en Tuesday, April 28, 2020 9:18:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We don’t have enough capacity to meet the remaining demand for air cargo,” External link

forbes Tuesday, April 28, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The gap must be addressed quickly because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most,” External link

forbes Tuesday, April 28, 2020 8:43:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac afirmou : “A decisão do governo da Argentina foi desproporcional e coloca em risco milhares de empregos no país. A indústria enfrenta uma crise e precisa de coordenação, cooperação e apoio financeiro” External link

g1-globo Tuesday, April 28, 2020 6:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Some governments have stepped in to help, and we thank them. But much, much more is needed. Direct financial support is essential to maintain jobs and ensure airlines can remain viable businesses. And when the world is ready to start travelling again, the global economy will need aviation at its best to help restore connectivity, tourism and global supply chains. That will require a harmonised approach with industry, workers and governments working together,” External link

guardian-ng Tuesday, April 28, 2020 8:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Sebastian Mikosz ) : “Sebastian brings with him a wealth of experience in the public and private sectors that will be critical in advancing the global aviation industry’s advocacy agenda. At this time of unprecedented crisis, the airline industry needs a strong voice. We must restore the confidence of governments and travelers so that aviation can re-start, lead an economic recovery, and connect the world. Sebastian’s experience in launching and turning-around companies will be invaluable in helping Iata meet the expectations of our members, governments and stakeholders,” External link

tradearabia Monday, April 27, 2020 6:25:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed," External link

err-en Saturday, April 25, 2020 12:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "It is very clear that if social distancing is imposed inside the aircraft we will need to neutralise a huge proportion of seats, at least a third for short and medium haul aircraft…And so it means that if social distancing is imposed, cheap travel is over. 'Voila'. " External link

Stuff Thursday, April 23, 2020 5:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is contained - hit by personal economic concerns in the face of a looming recession on top of lingering concerns about the safety of travel,” External link

BangkokPost Thursday, April 23, 2020 4:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Le trafic aérien sur le deuxième trimestre a perdu en moyenne 80% de son volume, avec des pays dans lequel le trafic aérien a perdu 90% de son volume" External link

Europe1 Thursday, April 23, 2020 3:45:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "elles proposent aux passagers de les rembourser avec un bon, un à-valoir, que l'on appelle un voucher. Celui-ci peut durer au-delà de 12 mois, ce qui maintient le droit à voler" External link

Europe1 Thursday, April 23, 2020 3:45:00 AM EAT

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

hellenicshippingnews Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Passenger confidence will suffer a double whammy even after the pandemic is containedhit 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The passenger business came to a halt with unilateral government actions to stop the 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 that 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “This is an emergency. Airlines around the world are struggling to survive. Virgin Australia which entered voluntary administration demonstrates that this risk is not theoretical. Governments will need financially viable airlines to lead the economic recovery. Many of them won’t be around to do that if they have run out of cash. The number of governments recognising that relief measures are needed is growing. But the crisis is also deepening. We thank the governments that 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

tradearabia Wednesday, April 22, 2020 5:37:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "elles proposent aux passagers de les rembourser avec un bon, un à-valoir, que l'on appelle un voucher, qui peut durer au-delà de 12 mois, ce qui maintient le droit à voler" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac affirme : "Sinon les avions ne voleraient pas" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Les premières statistiques qu’on a montrent un taux de contamination extrêmement faible" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Le trafic aérien sur le deuxième trimestre a perdu 80% de son volume et avec des pays dans lequel le trafic aérien a perdu 90% de son volume" External link

Europe1 Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Airlines are facing the most critical period in the history of commercial aviation. Some governments have stepped in to help, and we thank them. But much, much more is needed," External link

ibtimes-sg Tuesday, April 21, 2020 7:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

namibiansun Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

namibiansun Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are facing the most critical period in the history of commercial aviation. Some governments have stepped in to help, and we thank them. But much, much more is needed. Direct financial support is essential to maintain jobs and ensure airlines can remain viable businesses. And when the world is ready to start travelling again, the global economy will need aviation at its best to help restore connectivity, tourism and global supply chains. That will require a harmonized approach with industry, workers and governments working together,” External link

tradearabia Monday, April 20, 2020 6:53:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Si nous ne recevons pas d’aide de la part des États, la principale conséquence sera la faillite d’un très grand nombre de compagnies aériennes" External link

france24 Monday, April 20, 2020 1:32:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac explique : "Les consommateurs se tournent à nouveau vers cette matière : les emballages en plastique, en particulier, sont extrêmement importants pour sécuriser la chaîne alimentaire" External link

france24 Monday, April 20, 2020 1:32:00 PM EAT

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

tradearabia Sunday, April 19, 2020 5:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated," "We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases" External link

Stuff Sunday, April 19, 2020 2:03:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "On the one hand ... you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

elevenmyanmar Saturday, April 18, 2020 9:09:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac alerta : “A perspetiva da indústria fica mais negra a cada dia que passa. A escala da crise torna pouco provável uma recuperação em forma de V. De forma realística, deverá ser uma recuperação em forma de U, com o tráfego doméstico a recuperar a um ritmo mais rápido que o mercado internacional. Podemos ver mais de metade das receitas de passageiros desaparecer. Será um golpe de cerca de 290 mil milhões de euros. Diversos governos já avançaram com novas ou alargadas medidas de alívio financeiro, mas a situação permanece crítica. As companhias aéres poderão ‘queimar’ cerca de 56 mil milhões de euros em reservas de caixa apenas no segundo trimestre. Isso coloca em risco 25 milhões de empregos [diretos] dependentes da aviação. E sem um apoio imediato, muitas companhias aéreas não sobreviverão para liderar a recuperação económica” External link

diarioeconomico Friday, April 17, 2020 7:17:00 PM EAT

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

guardian-ng Friday, April 17, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These measures that have been implemented unilaterally by each state have to be lifted jointly otherwise it will not work," "You cannot say you authorise your citizens to go abroad without having on the other side a state saying 'I am ready to welcome them'" External link

thedailystarBD Thursday, April 16, 2020 8:50:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of Covid-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

gulf-times Thursday, April 16, 2020 12:04:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "On the one hand you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

RTERadio Wednesday, April 15, 2020 11:43:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

ngrguardiannews Wednesday, April 15, 2020 8:54:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, April 15, 2020 7:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

guardian-ng Wednesday, April 15, 2020 7:53:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit,” External link

expressindia Wednesday, April 15, 2020 3:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures, but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

expressindia Wednesday, April 15, 2020 3:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "On the one hand ... you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

theage Wednesday, April 15, 2020 2:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These measures that have been implemented unilaterally by each state have to be lifted jointly otherwise it will not work," "You cannot say you authorise your citizens to go abroad without having on the other side a state saying 'I am ready to welcome them'" External link

theage Wednesday, April 15, 2020 2:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These measures that have been implemented unilaterally by each state have to be lifted jointly otherwise it will not work," "You cannot say you authorise your citizens to go abroad without having on the other side a state saying 'I am ready to welcome them'" External link

4-traders Wednesday, April 15, 2020 1:35:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments,” “Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed, and this could give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged” External link

ibtimes Tuesday, April 14, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "On the one hand ... you have airlines that are heavily in the red and desperately need passengers to come back, which could put pressure on prices," External link

4-traders Tuesday, April 14, 2020 10:17:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day,” External link

thenational Tuesday, April 14, 2020 9:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines could burn through $61bn of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

thenational Tuesday, April 14, 2020 9:29:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of Covid-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

tradearabia Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a $314 billion hit. "Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through $61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” External link

timesofoman Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:04:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” External link

timesofoman Tuesday, April 14, 2020 7:04:00 PM EAT

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

ngrguardiannews Tuesday, April 14, 2020 8:36:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, April 12, 2020 11:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, April 12, 2020 11:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

tradearabia Sunday, April 12, 2020 11:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “And that it is not economically and financially wise to increase taxation on a sector that is structurally fragile and financially weak,” External link

euractiv-en Sunday, April 12, 2020 1:57:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac assure : «Le point clé, c’est d’éviter d’être à cours de trésorerie. Le remboursement est quasiment inabordable financièrement parlant» External link

lefigaro Sunday, April 12, 2020 12:19:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “Airlines are fighting for survival. Many routes have been suspended in Africa and Middle East and airlines have seen demand fall by as much as 60 per cent on remaining ones. Millions of jobs are at stake. Airlines need urgent government action if they are to emerge from this in a fit state to help the world recover, once covid-19 is beaten,” External link

guardian-ng Saturday, April 11, 2020 8:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25-million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, April 10, 2020 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : "We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, April 10, 2020 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don't want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25-million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry," External link

ibtimes-in Friday, April 10, 2020 4:42:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, April 10, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, April 10, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

guardian-ng Friday, April 10, 2020 6:38:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac expliqué : “Les compagnies aériennes doivent être des entreprises viables afin de pouvoir mener la reprise lorsque la pandémie sera maîtrisée. Une bouée de sauvetage pour les compagnies aériennes est désormais essentielle” External link

capital-FR Thursday, April 9, 2020 11:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac conclu : “Nous nous sommes retrouvés avec un fouillis de mesures que nous sommes toujours en train de régler aujourd'hui. Les 25 millions de personnes dont les emplois sont menacés par cette crise dépendront d'un redémarrage efficace de l'industrie” External link

capital-FR Thursday, April 9, 2020 11:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "The release of the 2019 Safety Report is a reminder that even as aviation faces its deepest crisis, we are committed to making aviation even safer," External link

JakartaPost Thursday, April 9, 2020 5:41:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work. These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly. We don’t want to repeat the mistakes made after 9.11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry,” External link

albawaba-en Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:00:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac added : “These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together,” External link

nst Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:54:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired," External link

asianage Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together," External link

asianage Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:03:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking,” External link

firstpost Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:51:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "These are just some of the major tasks that are ahead of us. And to be successful, industry and government must be aligned and working together," External link

business-standard Wednesday, April 8, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated. At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired," "We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work," External link

business-standard Wednesday, April 8, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : "We are not expecting to re-start the same industry that we closed a few weeks ago. Airlines will still connect the world. And we will do that through a variety of business models. But the industry processes will need to adapt. We must get on with this work quickly," "We do not want to repeat the mistakes made after 9/11 when many new processes were imposed in an uncoordinated way. We ended up with a mess of measures that we are still sorting out today. The 25 million people whose jobs are at risk by this crisis will depend on an efficient re-start of the industry," External link

business-standard Wednesday, April 8, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash, so refunding the canceled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking,” External link

theepochtimes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 10:01:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent on airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

newindianexpress Wednesday, April 8, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, April 8, 2020 5:48:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : “The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking,” External link

themalaymailonline Wednesday, April 8, 2020 4:10:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

abs-cbnnews Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:31:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:27:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

4-traders Wednesday, April 8, 2020 3:12:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

theage Wednesday, April 8, 2020 2:22:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac told : "The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the cancelled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," External link

ahram-EN Wednesday, April 8, 2020 1:56:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “We have never shuttered the industry on this scale before. Consequently, we have no experience in starting it up. It will be complicated,” “At the practical level, we will need contingencies for licenses and certifications that have expired. We will have to adapt operations and processes to avoid reinfections via imported cases. And we must find a predictable and efficient approach to managing travel restrictions which need to be lifted before we can get back to work” External link

forbes Wednesday, April 8, 2020 12:02:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “There are no words to adequately describe the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the airline industry. And the economic pain will be shared by 25 million people who work in jobs dependent upon airlines. Airlines must be viable businesses so that they can lead the recovery when the pandemic is contained. A lifeline to the airlines now is critical,” External link

newindianexpress Tuesday, April 7, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said : “I look forward to working with Carsten as chair of the Iata Board of Governors. As we continually seek to broaden the Iata membership, his experience within the Lufthansa Group will be particularly valuable," said Alexandre de Juniac, Iata’s director general and CEO. "I also want to thank Akbar Al Baker for his strong leadership and support as chairman over the last year. Under his leadership, Iata has made progress on a number of initiatives including New Distribution Capability, One ID and digital transformation. Akbar also encouraged our gender diversity initiatives, leading to the creation of the association’s Diversity and Inclusion Awards to recognize those companies and individuals who are leading in this effort,” External link

tradearabia Monday, June 3, 2019 4:34:00 AM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac dijo : “No me inquieta la posibilidad de un gran trastorno, pero sí me inquieta que habrá trastornos en las próximas semanas, en los próximos meses, porque no se lo ha calibrado debidamente” External link

wsoctv Thursday, January 10, 2019 8:59:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac powiedział : "W tym roku spodziewamy się rekordowych zysków na poziomie 35,6 mld dolarów. Przyszły rok może być trudniejszy dla branży ze względu na ryzyko związane z ceną ropy. Pomimo to, według naszych prognoz, przewoźnicy mogą zarobić w 2017 roku ok. 29,8 mld dolarów. Można powiedzieć, że wynik ten będzie bardzo miękkim lądowaniem, które zapewni bezpieczną rentowność branży" External link

pap Thursday, December 8, 2016 5:48:00 PM EAT

Alexandre de Juniac said ( about Alexandre de Juniac ) : “People want to fly. Demand for air travel over the next two decades is set to double. Enabling people and nations to trade, explore, and share the benefits of innovation and economic prosperity makes our world a better place," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA director general and chief executive officer. The forecast for passenger growth confirms that the biggest driver of demand will be the Asia-Pacific region. It is expected to be the source of more than half the new passengers over the next 20 years. China will displace the United States as the world’s largest aviation market around 2029, the note said. India will displace the UK for third place in 2026, while Indonesia enters the top ten at the expense of Italy. Growth will also increasingly be driven within developing markets. Over the past decade the developing world’s share of total passenger traffic has risen from 24 per cent to nearly 40 per cent, and this trend is set to continue, IATA said. The 20-year forecast puts forward three scenarios. The central scenario foresees a doubling of passengers with a 3.7 per cent annual CAGR. If trade liberalisation gathers pace, demand could triple the 2015 level. Conversely, if the current trend towards trade protectionism gathers strength, growth could cool to 2.5 per cent annual CAGR which would see passenger numbers reach 5.8 billion by 2035. The five fastest-growing markets in terms of additional passengers per year over the forecast period will be China (817 million new passengers for a total of 1.3 billion); United States (484 million new passengers for a total of 1.1 billion); India (322 million new passengers for a total of 442 million); Indonesia (135 million new passengers for a total of 242 million); and Vietnam (112 million new passengers for a total of 150 million). "Economic growth is the only durable solution for the world’s current economic woes. Yet we see governments raising barriers to trade rather than making it easier. If this continues in the long-term, it will mean slower growth and the world will be poorer for it,” External link

zawya-palestine Wednesday, October 19, 2016 1:51:00 PM EAT



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ceo23.06%EN12/09/201709/12/2017
directeur général3.27%FR12/08/201708/12/2017
director-general of icao0.27%EN11/14/201714/11/2017
chief executive5.32%EN10/29/201729/10/2017
executive1.09%EN10/29/201729/10/2017
chief executive officer3.96%EN10/27/201727/10/2017
officer0.95%EN10/27/201727/10/2017
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presidente0.41%PT10/26/201726/10/2017
transport association head0.14%EN10/25/201725/10/2017
international air transport association head0.14%EN10/25/201725/10/2017
air transport association head0.14%EN10/25/201725/10/2017
general0.55%EN10/06/201706/10/2017
chief executive officer of iata0.14%EN09/21/201721/09/2017
officer of iata0.14%EN09/21/201721/09/2017
prédécesseur1.36%FR09/15/201715/09/2017
director-general1.23%EN08/25/201725/08/2017
director8.73%EN08/06/201706/08/2017
pdg39.43%FR06/28/201728/06/2017
patron0.68%FR02/16/201716/02/2017
ancien patron0.14%FR02/16/201716/02/2017
predecessor0.27%EN01/12/201712/01/2017
chief0.41%EN12/08/201608/12/2016
diretor0.14%PT12/08/201608/12/2016
chairman0.82%EN06/06/201606/06/2016
président0.68%FR06/01/201601/06/2016
successor0.27%EN06/01/201601/06/2016
group ceo0.14%EN06/01/201601/06/2016
outgoing ceo0.68%EN05/31/201631/05/2016
nommé0.14%FR05/19/201619/05/2016
Names Lang Count
Alexandre de JuniacFR41.68%
Alexandre de JuniacEN41.10%
Alexandre de JuniacPT16.56%
Alexandre De JuniacEN0.22%
Alexandre de JuniacPL0.22%
Alexandre de JUNIACFR0.07%
Alexandre de JuniacES0.07%
Alexandre de JuniacSA0.07%