International air travel is one of the most popular modes of transportation and with good reason! With dozens of different airlines flying to dozens of different destinations all around the world, you’re guaranteed to find a deal that fits your needs. Unfortunately, for some people traveling outside of the country during the coronavirus pandemic in 2019, that was not always the case.
In a letter sent to the Canadian government of Foreign Affairs on April 5th, 2019, International Air Transport Association (IATA) CEO Alexandre de Juniac urged the government to lift all COVID-19 travel restrictions as soon as possible. “While there have been improvements in global health since coronavirus pandemics began in 2014 and 2018, we are still seeing cases from COVID-19,” said de Juniac. “It is our hope that by lifting these travel restrictions and providing greater access for Canadians to explore abroad we can help make this holiday season memorable for all.”
While it’s unclear what exactly will need to change for Canada to lift their travel restrictions, IATA’s urging is proof that airlines and tourism businesses are keen on restoring normalcy as soon as possible. With so many tourists eager to visit Canada in 2019, it
IATA urges the Canadian government to lift COVID-travel restrictions
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging the Canadian government to immediately lift the import restrictions on the Ebola virus disease (EVD) vaccine candidate, CoVax-R.
IATA is calling on the Canadian government to make a decision on whether to proceed with human trials of this vaccine as soon as possible so that people can begin receiving it if and when it is licensed. There is an urgent need for this vaccine, as there has been a rapid increase in EVD cases in West Africa.
Since the start of the outbreak, more than 1,300 people have died from EVD in West Africa. If the situation continues to deteriorate, IATA fears that millions of people could be infected and killed by this deadly virus.
IATA urges Governments to take all necessary measures to protect their citizens from EVD outbreaks and ensure that they have access to safe and effective vaccines and treatment.
What are the travel restrictions?
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging the Canadian government to lift the country’s travel restrictions on Venezuela.
The restrictions, which took effect in March, prevent citizens of Venezuela from traveling to Canada and the United States. They also impose a visa requirement on Venezuelan citizens traveling to Canada.
According to IATA, these restrictions are unjust and have had a negative impact on the airline industry. The association has called on the Canadian government to lift the restrictions and allow airlines to resume flights to Venezuela.
The travel restrictions have had a significant impact on airline passengers. According to IATA, more than 180 flights have been canceled since they took effect. Airlines have also reported an increase in ticket prices due to the restrictions.
IATA is urging the Canadian government to lift the restrictions and allow airlines to resume flights to Venezuela. This would help restore normalcy for airline passengers and help the economy recover from the economic crisis in Venezuela.
Why is IATA urging the Canadian government to lift the restrictions?
1. IATA is urging the Canadian government to lift the restrictions on travel to the United States because of the current situation in that country.
2. The restrictions have caused a lot of inconvenience for passengers and airlines, and IATA wants to see them lifted as soon as possible.
3. The restrictions were put in place after a terrorist attack in Canada last year, but they are not necessary now.
4. IATA is urging the Canadian government to take into account the safety of passengers when making a decision about whether or not to lift the restrictions.
What happens if the restrictions are not lifted?
1. If the restrictions are not lifted, Canadian travelers will be limited to flying only within the United States and Bermuda.
2. This restriction will impact many travelers who need to travel to other parts of the world for work or personal reasons.
3. The IATA urges the Canadian government to lift the COVID restrictions as soon as possible so that travelers can continue to have access to international travel.
The International Air Transportation Association (IATA) has urged the Canadian government to lift COVID-19 travel restrictions as soon as possible. The virus is currently circulating in Europe and the Middle East, and could potentially reach Canada at any time. With the severe health risks that come with visiting these regions, IATA urges anyone who plans to travel to affected areas to take all necessary precautions, including getting vaccinated if required. IATA also asks carriers operating in Canada to allow passengers arriving from affected areas entry into Canada subject to a medical evaluation by a Health Canada certified doctor.