Empty Lufthansa ticket counters are pictured at Munich's international airport, as the spread of the Covid-19 disease continues, on Tuesday. Photo: ReutersEmpty Lufthansa ticket counters are pictured at Munich's international airport, as the spread of the Covid-19 disease continues, on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters
Empty Lufthansa ticket counters are pictured at Munich's international airport, as the spread of the Covid-19 disease continues, on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters

Global airline industry needs aid of up to US$200 billion to survive coronavirus pandemic, says IATA

  • Pandemic is likely to reshape the industry, with many airlines failing, others consolidating and entirely new groupings emerging, says IATA’s Alexandre de Juniac
  • Governments around the world are actively exploring options to save airlines, with Italy’s plans to re-nationalise Alitalia among the most advanced
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Empty Lufthansa ticket counters are pictured at Munich's international airport, as the spread of the Covid-19 disease continues, on Tuesday. Photo: ReutersEmpty Lufthansa ticket counters are pictured at Munich's international airport, as the spread of the Covid-19 disease continues, on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters
Empty Lufthansa ticket counters are pictured at Munich's international airport, as the spread of the Covid-19 disease continues, on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters
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