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Airline Compensation Rule Could Increase Ticket Prices

IATA criticizes proposed new U.S. Department of Transportation rule, saying it will raise costs and unrealistic passenger expectations, but it won’t solve delay problems.

Flight Delayed? You’ll Get Paid

The Biden administration is proposing to establish mandatory compensation to air travelers who are delayed or stranded.
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Air Travel Will Soon Return to Pre-Pandemic Levels

By December 2022, international air travel had risen 152.7 percent over 2021, and that momentum will continue into 2023.

Ukraine: Cancellations, Rise in Airline Ticket Prices Lie Ahead

How will the conflict between Russia and Ukraine — and the European response — impact meetings and incentive travel?
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How the New CDC Guidelines Affect Meetings

The new CDC guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are a positive step toward restarting meetings.
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10 Pillars for Safe Meetings

Prevue turned to the experts to lay out a 10-point plan for safe meetings and travel in the COVID-19 era.

Inflight COVID Transmission Rate Low

Since the start of 2020 there have been 44 cases of COVID-19 reported in which transmission is thought to have been associated with a flight journey, says IATA.
Is It Safe to Fly

Is It Safe to Fly Yet?

We have about a 1/4300 chance of getting COVID-19 on a full two-hour flight—that is, about 1 in 4,300 passengers will pick up the virus, on average. The odds of getting the virus are about half that, 1/7,700, if airlines leave the middle seat empty.
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IATA’s COVID-19 Travel Map

IATA has created a free online interactive COVID-19 travel map with the latest entry regulations for countries around the world.

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