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Travel Coalitions Call to Lift Travel Restrictions

Travel Coalitions Call to Lift Travel Restrictions

The U.S. Travel Association (USTA), Airlines for America (A4A) and Airports Council International-North American (ACI-NA) joined 21 other travel, tourism and aviation groups this week in calling for the lifting of restrictions on international travel to and from the U.S., while also releasing a policy blueprint for reopening borders safely….

COVID-19 Relief Bill Includes $8 Billion For Airports

COVID-19 Relief Bill Includes $8 Billion For Airports

…of our member carriers, Airlines for America (A4A) applauds the U.S. Congress for passing the American Rescue Plan (ARP), which includes provisions to extend the highly successful Payroll Support Program (PSP) that has been vital to preserving the jobs of the U.S. airline industry’s hardworking employees – flight attendants, pilots,…

U.S. Carriers Post Massive Losses

U.S. Carriers Post Massive Losses

U.S. passenger airlines incurred pre-tax losses of $46 billion in 2020 and $35 billion in net losses, according to Airlines for America (A4A), the trade group representing U.S. commercial carriers. A4A noted that air cargo demand reached an all-time high in 3Q 2020. The “A4A: Airline Industry Review & Outlook”…

A4A, ACI-NA, AAAE Discuss Holiday Travel

A4A, ACI-NA, AAAE Discuss Holiday Travel

…Calio, president and CEO of Airlines for America (A4A), noted how much air travel demand has dropped since this time last year, but also added that with the hope of a vaccine or vaccines on the horizon, government support will be more necessary than ever to ensure vaccines can be…

ACI Launches Webinar Series, Discusses State of the Industry

ACI Launches Webinar Series, Discusses State of the Industry

…vice president, legislative and regulatory policy, Airlines for America (A4A), weighed in on the possibility of a second round of funding for the aviation industry from the government, which could be a boon to airports and airlines alike. “I think the fate of the airlines and airports is definitely tied…