Despite trouble aviation industry on the road to recovery

Published on : Saturday, November 21, 2020

Just like other industries the aviation industry was also hard hit by the pandemic situation and suffered for almost past seven months. However, the industry is slowly making recovery after the lockdown and adopting measures of protection against the virus spread. Following the new normal policies the busiest international air routes are scheduled to start in the first half of November and restart services.

The popular route emerged as the fifth busiest international route after having around 1,04,126 seats scheduled this month. Seoul Incheon- Tokyo Narita: With 1,09,868 seats scheduled the route connecting the capitals of Japan and South Korea secured the fourth spot. Dubai- London Heathrow: The trans-continental route reported 1,11,000 seats scheduled this month.

Several airlines are all set to reconnect with business and grow back. People will be able to travel and businesses will restart after the pause. Though some are yet to restart owing to pandemic threat and virus spread fear, have also thought of developing new ways to continues business in the airlines industry. Airlines is one of the key ways of connecting people with places, and now with the decision of reconnection with restarting airlines will help in eliminating financial woes while accelerate business.

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