A 21-year-old Bahamian woman was given 6 months jail time after providing a false COVID-19 test result to airport officials.
The Argyle International Airport was closed on April 9 after "explosive eruption" occurred at the La Soufrière in St. Vincent in April 9.
The U.S. government is currently developing a system to try to standardize the handling of this information.
2021 U.S. traffic throughput is on the rise according to data from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
SpaceX has announced plans to send a four-man all-civilian crew into space by the end of the year as part of a charity effort.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has put in place a new order for a stricter legal enforcement policy regarding unruly passengers.
The CAAC has recommended that cabin crew members wear disposable diapers when on chartered flights to high risk COVID-19 countries.
The CDC has admitted that its airport screening program proved ineffective at filtering the majority of those who were COVID-19 positive.
IATA is in the final stages of the development of its “Travel Pass”, which can be used as a means of testing and/or vaccine verification.
Aviation and travel stocks surged in response to Pfizer announcing that preliminary results from their COVID-19 trials show 90% effectiveness.
Passengers in the United Kingdom have resorted to faking negative test results in order to bypass airline and country entry restrictions.
The IATA is once again making a plea to various government organizations to re-open borders to revitalize the struggling travel sector.