The airline’s lead industry body the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged governments to give the green light for vaccinated travelers.
In a global conference, IATA said data-driven decisions should manage the risks of COVID-19 when reopening borders to international travel.
Willie Walsh, IATA’s director-general said that strategies without quarantine measures can enable international travel to restart with a low risk of introduction of COVID-19 to the travel destination.
“Data can and should drive policies on restarting global travel that manages COVID-19 risks to protect populations, revive livelihoods and boost economies. We call on the G7 governments meeting later this month to read more ⇒