The Long-run Evolution of Aviation Activity following the coronavirus pandemic

The Long-run Evolution of Aviation Activity following the coronavirus pandemic

9 Nov 2020, 16:00 - 17:00

WTM Virtual Global Theatre
Language:
English

The coronavirus pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on travel and aviation activity but a demand recovery remains likely once countries are able to ease international travel restrictions. Prior peak levels of activity will be regained, but activity and the growth trend will be different. In this session, the panel will explore the lasting impacts on passenger behaviour as well as airline activity. Discussion will cover expected changes in traveller preferences and behaviour, as well as lasting industry impacts plus potential policy effects such as new taxes or lingering travel regulations. 

Contributors

  • David Goodger

    Speaker

    Managing Director

    Tourism Economics

    David Goodger is the Managing Director of Tourism Economics EMEA. His team produces global forecasts of travel and tourism flows based on Oxford...

  • Brian Pearce

    Speaker

    Chief Economist

    IATA

    Brian Pearce is IATA’s Chief Economist.  The role of his team is to analyse the economic and policy landscape facing the airline industry, to provide...

  • Wendy Sowers

    Speaker

    Director, Market Forecasting and Analysis

    Boeing Comercial Airplanes

    Wendy Sowers leads Boeing Commercial Airplanes’ (BCA) analysis of airline industry market dynamics. In her current role, she directs the development...

  • Damon Embling

    Moderator

    Correspondent & Presenter

    Euronews

    For the past seven years, Damon Embling has worked as a correspondent and presenter for Euronews, working globally, and out of Euronews' offices in...