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IATA welcomes Australia’s decision to remove pre-departure testing for passengers traveling to the country from 17 April.
Momentum toward normalizing traffic has been growing steadily in South-East Asia.
IATA welcomes the opening of India to international travel without quarantine and urged other Asia Pacific governments to follow this reopening momentum and ease their travel restrictions.
IATA Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Philip Goh welcomed Australia's latest development on border reopening.
The Philippine government's decision to open border to fully vaccinated travellers will facilitate the recovery the aviation industry and the tourism sector.
SAAA@Singapore became the first center in the world to be accredited as a Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA) Excellence Center for the provision of dangerous goods training.