The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) believes the end of 2023 will see growth in passenger demand of “around 3% on 2019 figures”. The United Nations body said it used “big data analytics” to forecast that air passenger demand would revive to pre-pandemic levels “on most routes” early in 2023. after 2022 saw a 47% jump compared to 2021, revenue per passenger kilometres surge by around 70% and the number of operating aircraft at around three-quarters of 2019. “Assuring the safe, secure, and sustainable recovery of air services will be key to restoring aviation’s ability to act as a catalyst
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