As Airplanes Fly Again: Recovery & Disruption

Two years ago there were strong concerns that it could take two to five years for the air travel industry to resemble its operation in 2019, prior to the Corona pandemic, mainly in terms of volume of passengers and scale of aircraft fleet in use. It was predicted that resumption of air passenger travel as… Read More

Retail in Recovery

Wherever relief from COVID-19 is evident, we can see signs of recovery in offline retail, that is at physical stores and shops. In the first months of 2021 countries have lapsed again into third and fourth waves of COVID and lockdowns, which caused a reversal of earlier signs of recovery experienced. But where a recent… Read More

When Airplanes Fly Again

The battle against the Corona virus created an extraordinary situation, halting flights almost completely — domestic and moreover international flights. It seems furthermoreĀ  unprecedented in its scale, geographic span, and duration (days still counting). The crisis already threatens airlines round the globe. The future for the aviation industry is ambiguous at the moment with a… Read More