In this article AIR-NZ QAN-AU SIAL-SG 9201.T-JP 9202.T-JP Qantas A380 taking off on runway in Saxony, Dresden on Aug. 21, 2020 Tino Plunert | picture alliance | Getty Images SINGAPORE — Asia-Pacific airline stocks were on the move in Tuesday trade after a flurry of announcements largely boosted the outlook for international air travel. Meanwhile, Singapore’s aviation regulator said beginning in May the country will start accepting travelers who use the International Air Transport Association (IATA) mobile travel pass for pre-departure checks. […] “Having the confidence of an aviation leader like Singapore in IATA Travel Pass is hugely significant,” Willie Walsh, director general at IATA, said in a statement. […] Local media reported that quasi-emergency Covid-19 measures were implemented starting Monday in multiple prefectures in Japan in an effort to stem a resurgence in infections. […] Signs of a robust economic recovery stateside have boosted shares of airlines, with Delta Air Lines and United Airlines jumping more than 2% each overnight.
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