Passenger air traffic dropped 90% at COVID-19 peak

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Passenger traffic dropped 90% at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic. Airports became ghost towns and aviation’s ability to connect the world for social, cultural, and economic gain was lost. Airports Council International (ACI) World and IATA called for testing as a means to safely re-establish global connectivity and for non-debt generating financial support.

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