Aircraft are grounded at the Hong Kong International Airport on April 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions. Photo: Zuma Wire / dpa Aircraft are grounded at the Hong Kong International Airport on April 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions. Photo: Zuma Wire / dpa
Aircraft are grounded at the Hong Kong International Airport on April 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions. Photo: Zuma Wire / dpa
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

With the aviation industry stalling due to the coronavirus, the global economy cannot take off too

  • As Covid-19 lockdowns can only be relaxed gradually, the economic fallout is set to be deeper than some wishful thinkers predict
  • With the beating heart of our globalised world bleeding losses, so too will the related travel, tourism, hotel and catering businesses

Aircraft are grounded at the Hong Kong International Airport on April 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions. Photo: Zuma Wire / dpa Aircraft are grounded at the Hong Kong International Airport on April 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions. Photo: Zuma Wire / dpa
Aircraft are grounded at the Hong Kong International Airport on April 12 amid the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions. Photo: Zuma Wire / dpa
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