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Governments were too quick to shut borders, destroying global aviation, argues IATA’s Willie Walsh at the organisation’s AGM in Doha.
The International Air Transport Association says China and Japan are contributing to major gaps in the region’s recovery.
The Asia Pacific saw a strong rebound in air travel in February, according to figures from the International Air Transport Association.
Overall traveller numbers will reach 4 billion in 2024, exceeding pre-Covid levels at 103% of the 2019 total.
Demand for both international and domestic travel in July remains far below pre-Covid levels but had improved on June, says IATA.
Worldwide total air travel declined 62.7% in May 2021 compared to May 2019 as measured in revenue passenger kilometres, according to the International Air Transport Association.
By region, Asia-Pacific records steepest decline in traffic for ninth consecutive month.
Cargo demand for Asia-Pacific region up 5.4% in comparison to April, 2019.
Reports suggest the New Zealand government is considering imposing charge on international air travelers.