IATA called for the removal of all travel barriers, including quarantine and testing, for those fully vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccine.
WTTC’s research reveals that travel and tourism’s contribution to the global economy could see a rise of 31.7 percent in 2022.
Travelers to/from KSA will have the choice of using either the IATA Travel Pass or Tawakkalna, the country’s national health app.
WTTC said this is due to fears over the additional costs incurred on expensive hotel quarantine for 10 days on arrival back in the UK.
Restrictions apply to fully vaccinated passengers, and 17 percent of destinations mention vaccinated passengers in their regulations.
According to IATA, global passenger numbers are expected to have grown to 5.6 billion by 2030, seven percent below the pre-Covid-19 forecast.