Emerging stronger from the pandemic: What airport executives need to know
On everyone’s mind in the aviation industry: how to recover from the dramatic fall-off in traffic and revenue brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this recovery is largely out of an individual airport’s control, and it will only occur once the COVID-19 pandemic is behind us. After that, airport managers will confront different challenges.
Pressure to change
The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting every industry, and airport operations are no exception.
Changing passenger behavior, a restructuring airline and supplier landscape, accelerating digital transformation, and calls to address sustainability are examples of the external pressures that airports face.
In an uncertain future, one thing remains certain: these pressures will drive major changes to how airport executives run airports in the future. And how you manage that change could be the key to your survival.