Return to Flight: How Russell’s approach can help Aviation Underwriters

It is not an overstatement to say that the coronavirus pandemic has devastated the aviation sector. The world’s airline industry lost $371 billion in passenger revenue in 2020 and 2021 is expected to be a high figure too.

Yet, the situation has improved dramatically since then, with vaccine uptake on the rise across the world and many countries such as the US are opening their borders to travellers.

It is in this backdrop, that we launch our report, "return to flight", that examines the journey that the aviation industry underwent from 2020-21 through analysis of passenger numbers and cargo levels. Also, we explain how data and analytics can help manage ground and hull exposures.

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Post Date: 17/11/2021

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