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Thursday, Apr 22, 2021

Airlines have a chance to emerge from the crisis leaner and greener, but that will require governments to reduce the power of incumbents

Airlines have a chance to emerge from the crisis leaner and greener, but that will require governments to reduce the power of incumbents

To see the damage from covid-19 to aviation, look up. Where once a criss-cross of vapour trails told of holidaymakers heading for the sun or executives keeping businesses on track, the wide yonder is now a brilliant blue. This year nearly 5bn passengers might have been expected to take to the skies, but the actual number is likely to be only half as big. A fragile recovery is susceptible to new waves of infection. Britain’s imposition this week of a quarantine on passengers returning from Spain is the latest setback. Traffic may not return to 2019 levels until 2024.
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Oh ys 264 days ago
CO2 levels were higher in the age of the dinosaur than they are now. Plants need CO2 to live and we need plants to live ourselves. More fear mongering to scare people and make more money liberalism find the cure
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