In the past, the effectiveness of air travel and the lack of a good replacement for medium and long-haul travel has made flights a connecting option. However, in recent years there has been a surge in public opinion about aviation, due to environmental concerns about climate change. The idea of “Flygskam”, or flight shame, originated in Sweden in 2019 (where a 9% drop in domestic airlines represented a 4% drop a year) and spread across Western Europe.
COVID-19 put the airline industry in an unprecedented crisis, with several governments stepping in to support manufacturers, airlines, airports, and ANSPs. However, many are asking airlines to use this time to reduce the need for flexibility to accelerate the green economy, at least to set conditions to support fundraising.
In this document, we highlight the airline challenges facing the air force, how these issues change perceptions among buyers and legislators, the situation in the shape of aircraft, more travel and potential disruptions, airports and the global economy, and the way forward for trading. , government and regulators.
Escape from Ikuku and climate change
Creating ideas and rules
Ways another form of transportation
Competition in short distance races
Dị High cost of high speed
Na Economic benefits
Reality The strong fact of air and its reduction.
Saving the future of aviation
Answers Short answer – Airline Union
Responses Strategic feedback is important: government, industry, and policymakers