With most countries worldwide making Covid-19 tests mandatory for passengers travelling by air, some are worsening the already- strained situation by obtaining fake health certificates on the black market.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over a million people and infected more than 34.5 million worldwide. Here are the developments for October 2:
From biometric check-ins to security checks by appointment, various ways are under consideration to deal with the coronavirus at airports.
Passengers arriving at the airport can pay for these test with results available within three hours.
Turkey's second busiest airport and Europe's twelfth was chosen from among those with at least 30 million passengers.
Several hundred protesters converged at a subway station in the Tung Chung area adjacent to the airport amid widespread anger over alleged brutality against demonstrators during three months of protests in Hong Kong.
Cancellations and delays have occurred at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport as a result of a fuel system fault by a third party company, airport official says.
The drone attack targeted Abha regional airport, which has repeatedly been hit by the Yemeni rebel group in recent weeks.
Turkey has issued a diplomatic note to Iceland condemning the ill-treatment of the footballers. The national football team were not allowed to leave Keflavik Airport for over three hours and their luggage was painstakingly searched, players said.
Trade unions are protesting limits on wage increases during times of economic growth and want better conditions for early retirement, minimum wages and better education on the job.
Turkey's Transport and Infrastructure Minister Cahit Turhan says world's leading cargo companies have applied for rental spaces at the new airport, which will have an annual passenger capacity of up to 200 million.
Australian authorities have put in place additional security at all major domestic and international airports.
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