Competition between region’s aviation giants turns into a two-way race

Issue 1116 - 10 Dec 2020

Persuading even vaccinated passengers to take to the skies for long-haul travel will not be easy for an aviation sector that has been hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis. As airlines retrench, led by Etihad, strategies are having to be rethought and consolidation might be unavoidable for an industry that built its extraordinary growth on a global travel boom that has gone into reverse this year.

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