How covid is changing airlines and passengers

How covid is changing airlines and passengers
Passengers will have different needs for air travel in a post-covid world. (Image: Deposit Photos)
David Mackenzie
It won’t be too much longer before airlines can restart long-haul international flights.As vaccination levels climb, countries are beginning to carefully reopen their borders. Not to all comers, but to low risk travellers.The reopening of borders is incredibly important to international airlines.Improved profitability will follow once border limits are removed, a welcome change from the shoestring survival mode of recent times.  Airlines are working towards resuming long-haul flights. They know it will take careful thought and p...

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