Dubai airport CEO: Global travel still up in air over virus

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The CEO of the world’s busiest airport for international travel wants to get the globe flying again, but even he acknowledges everything remains up in the air amid the coronavirus pandemic. Paul Griffiths has told The Associated Press that until a vaccine or a permanent solution to the virus exists, there could be “quite a low level of activity for quite some time.” Thermal heat scanners now look over passengers and the airport has experimented with both coronavirus and antibody tests. However, Griffiths says the airport has no immediate plan to implement that testing on all passengers.