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The worst year in the history of aviation? 2020 net loss exceeds 120 billion U.S. dollars
The International Air Transport Association released the IATA World Air Transport Statistics Report (WATS). In 2020, the industry’s total passenger revenue fell 69% to 189 billion US dollars, with a total net loss of 126.4 billion US dollars; this has been tracking global air passenger traffic since 1950 The worst year in aviation industry history since demand.
Macau enters the state of immediate prevention
The Chief Executive of the Macao Special Administrative Region announced that the Macao Special Administrative Region will enter a state of immediate prevention at 3:30 pm on the 3rd. Starting from the same time, you need to produce a certificate of negative nucleic acid test results within 24 hours for departure from Macao. In addition, the Hong Kong government announced that Macau will be included in the list of risky regions temporarily not applicable to the “Easy Return to Hong Kong” program, which will take effect on August 4.
Hong Kong’s convention and exhibition industry regains its vitality and will host more than 30 exhibitions in the third quarter
(Zhang Guangwen / Interview Report) Recently, the large-scale book fair in Hong Kong has received overwhelming response, indicating that Hong Kong is ready to host large-scale commercial events, and it has also given a boost to this quarter’s exhibition. With the upsurge of physical activities in the second quarter, Hong Kong’s exhibition activities in the third quarter “doubled” the excitement. It is expected that more than 30 exhibitions will be held one after another, nearly double the number in the second quarter.
Travel demand continues to be suppressed, business confidence boosts air cargo volume
(Zhang Guangwen/ Interview Report) According to the preliminary Asia-Pacific air traffic data for June 2021 released by the Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines (AAPA), continued stringent border restrictions and the accelerated spread of new crown virus variants in many countries in the Asia-Pacific region have caused International air passenger demand is still suppressed. However, with the support of improved business confidence in the developed economies of Europe and the United States, the air cargo market remains resilient.
The Civil Aviation Administration further clarified the requirements for free refunds of domestic air tickets in the near future
On August 3, the Civil Aviation Administration issued a notice stating that passengers had purchased domestic air tickets with flight dates between August 4 and August 31 before 0:00 on August 4, 2021, starting at 0:00 on August 4, 2021. Tickets can be refunded for free before the flight takes off, and airlines and their sales agents are not allowed to charge fees; passengers who have applied for refunds before 0:00 on August 4, this notice does not apply.