GUIDANCE FOR AIRLINES
ON THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY
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It’s likely that there will be some form of air travel recovery from April. However, in Western Countries, vaccination schedules will not be uniform. In other countries, the roll-out may take until 2022 or 2023. The introduction of vaccines will not be enough. This means testing is here to stay and will work alongside vaccination certificates and biosafety measures.
UPDATED DECEMBER 2020. COVID-19 testing can’t work in isolation. Recent results indicate it can be 80% effective, but that is still too porous. Testing needs to be combined with other measures to make the system as airtight as possible. Our Testing+ blueprint is feasible. It will allow airlines to fly again. But it is also rigorous because it needs to be.
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USEFUL RESOURCES BROUGHT TO YOU BY SIMPLIFLYING CONSULTANTS
Based on our AvMonthly Briefings, this report explains how Covid-19 testing can be the centrepiece of a travel restart programme. But not alone. Our recommendation for closing the gap from 90% to <95% is to implement Testing+. Download the full report to learn about the conditions.
“The Rise of Sanitised Travel” details over 70 different areas in the passenger journey that are expected to either change or to be introduced from scratch, to restore confidence in flying after COVID-19. Featured in 200+ media outlets across the globe.
Sharing the best practices for airline C-level executives on how airlines can shine when the spotlight is on them during this unfortunate pandemic.
The eBook of remarkable CEOs shows examples of how some of the top airline executives, from WestJet to Austrian airlines among others, are leading from the front. Learn what airline leaders should do when it comes to communicating with their people and the rest of the stakeholders during the coronavirus outbreak.
From setting a clear focus to assessing digital risks and building capabilities, this guide compiles the key recommendations by our Digital Airline Task Force in 3 easy steps.
Following the three phases of a crisis – Respond, Recover, Thrive – we have summarized the key recommendations by our Airline Task Force in 3 easy steps.
PREPARE FOR WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS
Working with an airline marketing team can be a challenging experience. To the untrained eye, unfamiliar with aviation communication, many things can go unnoticed and lead to trouble along the road. Based on SimpliFlying’s Connected Traveller Lifecycle, our Airline Marketing Fundamentals course will help you understand how things work behind the scenes.
Do you believe your technology can help kickstart travel? SimpliFlying Launchpad will coach you about aviation, help you build a trusted brand and connect you to decision-makers in aviation.
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