Poll: Passenger airlines that have shifted their emphasis to cargo flying during the pandemic. After the crisis will they:
The morale of the dedicated professionals who make up the global airline industry was among the many victims of the COVID-19 pandemic. With passenger demand cratering, the world’s airlines were suddenly flying aircraft with rows and rows of vacant seats—or grounding aircraft altogether.
Business meetings suddenly became 100% virtual, and even gatherings of families and friends were held over computers and phones as social distancing and lockdowns became the best way to combat a novel coronavirus for which there is no vaccine. Air travel was largely grounded globally for the foreseeable future, and the many thousands of workers who operated the global airline network were demoralized.
But passenger airlines quickly realized they could reinvent themselves, at least for the time being, as cargo carriers.
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