The virus is battering the airline industry with airports such as Haneda in Tokyo suffering drops in passenger numbers. Photo: Reuters
The virus is battering the airline industry with airports such as Haneda in Tokyo suffering drops in passenger numbers. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus could cost airlines US$113 billion in lost revenue, International Air Transport Association warns

  • World’s carriers stand to lose US$63 billion even if there is a sharp downturn in Covid-19 cases in affected jurisdictions, analysis predicts
  • Governments need to intervene to save air travel industry in ‘extraordinary times’, IATA chief says

The virus is battering the airline industry with airports such as Haneda in Tokyo suffering drops in passenger numbers. Photo: Reuters
The virus is battering the airline industry with airports such as Haneda in Tokyo suffering drops in passenger numbers. Photo: Reuters
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