Airlines, airports and the air transport industry are urging governments to make data-based decisions so that borders can be safely re-opened and international travel resumed—vital for economies, trade and tourism.
The air transport industry is expert in managing risk and has accumulated a wealth of scientific data about how COVID-19 transmission risk can be managed and significantly mitigated through decisions based on that data.
A panel of experts will discuss the issues, explain what needs to be done to re-open borders, and share the results of data-based modelling and analysis that Airbus and Boeing have each done to support the rationale for restoring international travel.
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Research & Technology Associate Technical Fellow, Boeing
Lindsay is a statistician in the Boeing Applied Mathematics group. Her PhD is in the field of Biostatistics, and she has experience working with clinical research data and genomics data prior to joining Boeing. At Boeing, her job primarily...
Elisabeth leads the development of the End-to-End Risk Assessment Model, Airbus' collaborative data platform which takes into consideration various strategies, parameters and personal health and safety considerations for the curb-to-curb air...
Vice President, Member and External Relations, North America, IATA
Doug Lavin represents the interests of IATA’s 290 international airline members both in the United States and Canada and is the head of IATA’s Washington, D.C. office. He and his team address a number of issues impacting our member airlines,...