The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is blaming tougher COVID border restrictions for quashing a nascent recovery in international travel.
IATA’s November figures show total passenger demand barely moved compared to October and international demand was worse.
“The already tepid recovery in air travel demand came to a full stop in November,’’ IATA director general Alexandre de Juniac said Friday.
“That’s because governments responded to new outbreaks with even more severe travel restrictions and quarantine measures. This is clearly inefficient.
“Such measures increase hardship for millions. Vaccines offer the long-term solution.
“In the meantime, testing is the read more ⇒