COVID-19 Air passenger recovery phases and forecast

COVID-19 Air passenger recovery phases and forecast
By Carlos Ozores, Rob Walker, Sean Lee, and Ben Pavie

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought global air passenger traffic to a halt, with government support propping up what few flights remain. This unprecedented situation brings with it uncertainty about how the aviation industry can recover. In COVID-19 air passenger recovery phases and forecast, the authors outline how the pandemic may continue to unfold—and what it could mean for the future of global air passenger traffic. They cover:

  • The three phases of COVID-19 air traffic recovery.
  • A likely air traffic recovery forecast for the coming years.
  • Ways to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 and speed up recovery.

Download the paper to learn about the coming challenges airline industry managers will face on the road to a full recovery.

Meet the authors
  1. Carlos Ozores, Vice President and Managing Director, Aviation

    Carlos is a leading expert in air transport with more than 19 years of experience in aviation strategy and business planning. View bio

  2. Rob Walker
  3. Sean Lee
  4. Ben Pavie