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Should the airlines have been bailed out? Supporters say that without aid, bankruptcies would have cost thousands of jobs throughout the supply chain and stifled a wider economic recovery. 
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Critics of the aviation rescue packages argue that the government aid was ineffective, poorly targeted and should have come with ‘green strings’ attached. 
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Government bailouts helped airlines make it through the worst period in aviation history, but the aid has been controversial. We spoke to leading aviation consultant Richard Brown of Naveo to discuss some of the arguments for and against the bailouts. 
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COVID-19 brought corporate travel to a standstill and there are major concerns that business travellers may never fully return to their pre-pandemic ways. 
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Airline profits are highly reliant on a small group of high-yielding business travellers. What will they do now that the demand for corporate travel has been severely depressed by the pandemic? 
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Boosted by a boom in online shopping, the demand for air cargo has returned to pre-pandemic levels. Record-high freight rates have many commercial airlines turning to cargo to help soften the blow of their lost passenger revenue. 
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High freight rates and steep drops in traffic have led many commercial airlines to swap out passengers for cargo and may tempt cargo carriers to update their ageing fleets. Is this just a passing trend or a long-term market change?
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The development of several effective COVID-19 vaccines less than a year after the coronavirus was first discovered was a historic triumph for science and human ingenuity. Distributing those vaccines around the world calls for one of the biggest logistics operations ever. 
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Numerous surveys have found that travellers are eager to return to the skies as soon as it is both safe and allowed to do so. And following the worst year in commercial aviation history, airlines are eager to welcome passengers back on board. Can ‘COVID passports’ speed up the process?
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This blog is driven by Satair Marketing & Communication with input from both internal and external contributors.