Airline and Airport Cancellation Chaos Creates Connected Risk

The aviation industry is one of the most connected industries, relying on all industries from mining, manufacturing, utilities, distribution, retail, service to technology, finance and the public sector.

However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the sector like may others was forced to introduce pay cuts and cut job numbers in order to cope with the financial cost imposed by the pandemic.

Yet, fast forward to a few years later, and the sector is struggling to cope with a large rise in passengers demand with many travelling abroad for the first time in over two years.

Our new aviation white paper 
explores how airlines and airports got into this problem in the first place and what steps they can take to get out of it.

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Post Date: 27/07/2022

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