IATA stated yesterday that the world’s airlines are losing $300,000 per minute or $13bn per month, which will put a large number of them at risk of bankruptcy “within months”. IATA has revised its recovery estimates and now expects traffic levels in December to be 68% lower than 2019 with crisis becoming deeper and going on longer than originally expected. Juniac explained that the largest problem for airlines is ongoing aircraft and staff costs which for many have only dropped around 50% while revenues have fallen to around 80%. Calling on governments to act, Juniac said: “The impact has spread
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