Opinion: Why 2022 Will Be A Better Year For Aviation

Credit: Stefan Kruijer/Airbus
Nearly two years have passed since the COVID-19 pandemic began, precipitating the worst crisis ever faced by the world aviation industry. Aircraft deliveries fell 35% in 2020 year-over-year, while air travel demand fell 66%. Both of those declines are jet-age records. Yet with markets and production...
Richard Aboulafia

Contributing columnist Richard Aboulafia is managing director at Aerodynamic Advisory. He is based in Washington.

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