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ACI World Forecasts Continued Impact of Pandemic on Air Travel

ACI World Forecasts Continued Impact of Pandemic on Air Travel

…said ACI World Director General Luis Felipe de Oliveira in a press release announcing the updated forecast. “As traffic declined, airports’ ability to collect those charges decreased proportionally and, with little flexibility in operating expenditures coupled with capital costs that are largely fixed, the current crisis represents an unprecedented challenge…

ACI World Forecasts Continued Impact of Pandemic on Air Travel

ACI World Report Estimates $2.4T in Airport Capital Spending Needed by 2040

…development for the global communities we serve,” said ACI World Director General Luis Felipe de Oliveira. “ACI World’s CAPEX study shows the airport industry’s current financial shortfall poses significant challenges to the modernizing of infrastructure to improve sustainability and resilience which will be required if passenger demand into the future…

ACI World Touts Tech Investments for Recovery

ACI World Touts Tech Investments for Recovery

…self-boarding gates using biometric & ID documentation by 2023. “These findings are encouraging,” said Luis Felipe de Oliveira, ACI World director general. “There is no doubt that the health and well-being of customers, and their experience, remains airports’ top priority. This is not just an investment to meet the demand…

Global Recovery Dependent On Health Data-Sharing, ACI Predicts

Global Recovery Dependent On Health Data-Sharing, ACI Predicts

Air travel recovery is underway in most major markets but will be stalled without the adoption of some sort of global health passport, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Airports Council International (ACI) World director, said in a webinar Thursday. “Establishing interoperable health and data trust framework…will be a key to support…

ACI World Offers New Recovery Guidance

ACI World Offers New Recovery Guidance

…the world,” said ACI World Director General Luis Felipe de Oliveira in a release accompanying the updated report. “Markets with significant domestic traffic are not expected to recover to pre-COVID-19 levels before 2023 and markets with a significant share of international traffic will recover much more slowly.” He added: “Recovery…