Airports, airlines must adapt to challenges of new Covid-19 variants | New Straits Times

What has been clear is that the world will continue to deal with some form of the virus for at least the next couple of years.

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NSTletters Airports and airlines which are investing now in upgrading their infrastructure to seamless travel technologies are getting ahead of the curve. coronavirus covid19 aviation OmicronVariant

What has been clear is that the world will continue to deal with some form of the virus for at least the next couple of years.

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