Coronavirus has become a pandemic disease!

[Ref Flight International Magazine 24-30 Mar 2020]

(Last Update: 2020 May 15 0230Z)

This is not a short-term issue – air connectivity will not be back to normal for many months. And for some airlines, things will never be the same again.” – IATA’s regional vice-president for Europe, Rafael Schwartzman.

From the moment the World Health Organization (WHO) director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, on 13 March stated that Europe was now the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic, further significant cuts to air travel in the region seemed an inevitability.

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[June]

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