Yashi Julka Manager HR Aircrews Aviation Pvt Ltd
It’s not an exaggeration to say that the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the world into a tailspin.
The figures by IATA journal show that the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on aviation was rapid, especially in the Asia-Pacific region,” ACI World Director General, Angela Gittens said.
“The aviation industry is facing unprecedented upheaval due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the situation calls for an exceptional policy response to ensure the continuity and sustainability of airport operations.” India’s top six airports, including the two biggest hubs of New Delhi and Mumbai, are now home to about 80% of the civilian aircraft that have had to remain on the ground since the authorities enforced a blanked flying ban to help contain the Covid-19 outbreak in the country.
Nearly all countries have some type of travel advisory in place, with many encouraging people to avoid non-essential travel even before COVID-19 was officially considered a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The earliest impacts of these were felt in February, as flight capacity in and out of China dropped sharply around Lunar New Year.
Around 850,000 people travel each month from Europe to the United States, equivalent to a $3.4 billion monthly contribution to the U.S. economy.
Of the 50 million jobs that could be lost, around 30 million would be in Asia, seven million in Europe, five million in the Americas and the rest in other continents. By sector, airlines and cruise ships were currently being more impacted than hotels.
The tourism industry accounts for 10% of the world’s GDP and jobs.
The WTTC official defended the confinement of certain towns - as is currently happening in Italy and Spain - if health officials recommend it to contain the outbreak, but only in specifically targeted areas or for certain age groups. It is estimated that, once the outbreak is under control, it would take up to 10 months for the aviation sector to return to its normal levels.
Also, USA is sending all the Indians back who were in aviation industry. Covid 19 has affected all the industries and businesses but aviation sector is the most affected one.
Yashi Julka [MBA HR]
Manager HR [Incharge internship]
Aircrews Aviation Pvt Ltd
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