Business Traveller

Taxing times

the many industries hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, aviation has taken a particularly big knock. At the height of lockdown in April, flights were down by 94 per cent across the world compared with April 2019. Thousands of airline jobs have been lost, huge bailouts have been granted by governments and low demand will persist for some time as travel restrictions and social distancing combine with passengers’ reluctance to board planes and get

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