Aviation sector faces years of rebuilding after pandemic
The Irish aviation sector is currently the most damaged in Europe, according to Eurocontrol, the air traffic control authority which has been monitoring the fallout from the pandemic
When pharmaceutical firms Pfizer and Moderna announced the significant progress made on their respective vaccines earlier this month, it provided the first glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel of this pandemic.
While the vaccines are undergoing emergency approval processes and finer details on how to distribute the vital shots are being thrashed out, it provides the air travel sector a chance to at least plan for the years ahead.
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