Covid-19 has had a Major Impact on Global Attitudes Towards Data Privacy, Politics and the Regulation of new Technologies

In two of the European countries first hit by the coronavirus, Italy and Spain, an overwhelming majority

World Aviation Estimates Loss of USD 84.3 Billion in 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, World Aviation sees a record high loss in 2020.

Turkish Airlines to Not be Able to Resume Regular International Flights

Turkish Airlines has postponed international regular flights. According to Reuters, the air company, after two months of suspension, is waiting for permission from aviation authority.

Turkey to Resume Regular Flights

From June 1st, Turkey renews regular flights.

List of Airlines that Require Passengers to Wear Masks over COVID-19

Day by day, more and more airlines are obliging passengers to use masks at the airport and on board the plane, which in turn stipulates the safety of passengers and crew members.

TAV Signs SPA For Almaty Airport

TAV Airports signed a share purchase agreement to buy Almaty Airport, the main gateway of Kazakhstan. The main gateway to an important junction in the modern “Silk road”, Almaty Airport will be the 15th airport in TAV’s global network.

COVID-19 Support to Europe and Central Asia from World Bank Tops $1.4 Billion, as Anna Bjerde Becomes Regional VP

Ms. Anna Bjerde, a Swedish national, became the new World Bank Vice President for Europe and Central Asia on May 1st, 2020.

Canes Film Festival Goes Digital

The virtual festival will kick off on May 29 and run until June 7

Most Commodity Prices to Drop in 2020 As Coronavirus Depresses Demand and Disrupts Supply

The global economic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic has driven most commodity prices down and is expected to result in substantially lower prices over 2020, the World Bank said in its April Commodity Markets Outlook.