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The aviation and tourism industries are the sectors most severely injured by the COVID-19 epidemic. The global travel restrictions to curb the spread of the virus, while “vaccines,” the only way to bring the business back to its original position, are unclear.
CNN reported that "Air Transport Operations Group" (ATAG), a global aviation industry alliance organization Revealing a new report predicts that COVID-19 outbreak It will result in 46 million jobs in the aviation industry and related businesses.
Of the 88 million people are at risk of both permanent and temporary job losses by early 2021, with the global aviation and travel industry continuing to decline. And it takes at least 2024 to recover to the same level as 2019.
The report, based on an analysis of "Oxford Economics," also noted that job losses are divided into approximately 4.8 million airlines, airports and civil aviation companies, which is the equivalent of approximately 4.8 million job losses. 43% of layoffs, while about 26 million other jobs at risk of job loss It is among the tourism industry that relies on air travel and another 15 million positions are in the air transport supply chain business, such as aircraft manufacturers. Company sourcing Food handling company And airport construction company
While the major airlines are gradually reducing their staff continuously. Such as European airlines such as Lufthansa, British Airways, Ryanair, Air France - KLM And Scandinavian Airlines Revealed that approximately 50,000 positions are at risk of being laid off now. American airlines may have to cut 100,000 jobs if the US Congress does not expand further assistance measures.
The report also pointed out that This year the number of passengers flying for the whole year will drop by more than half in 2019 due to global disruptions. Especially in the month Apr ago The global aviation industry is almost 100% stagnant, resulting in airline-related economic activity is expected to shrink 52% this year, accounting for up to $ 1.8 trillion of global GDP.
Although many countries have begun easing international travel restrictions, And many airlines are trying to adapt by taking measures to attract more travelers. But the amount of air travel remains sluggish.
Data from "TUI", a major global travel company, stated that Number of tourists in Europe during the summer June-Aug was down 81% from the same period in 2019, although many European countries have already opened up to travelers since mid-June and winter tourist traffic later this year. It is expected to decline by about 40% because of the irreversible sentiment of travelers.
The ATAG executive director Michael Gill has called on governments around the world to have clear measures to control disease. To build the confidence of travelers and business aviation And stating that “It is the duty of governments to do whatever it takes to enable this sector to stand up on its own. So that we can recover those jobs and economic activities. "
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