Quarantines hurting Mideast aviation recovery: IATA

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2020/07/03 | 376 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT
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Strict quarantine measures imposed by African and Middle Eastern nations are preventing the travel industry from getting back off the ground, threatening further losses and bankruptcies, the International Air Transport Association warned Thursday.Countries in the Middle East imposed sweeping shutdowns to combat the spread of the coronavirus, halting flights and closing airports.Some regional airlines have resumed partial operations but with requirements including testing and quarantine on ar...(…)

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