Indian Aviation Faces Massive Disruption on the Road Out of COVID
July 2020: Indian aviation is expected to confront a series of challenges in the coming weeks and months, foreseeing a serious structural impact. The risks and implications are arguably underestimated at a policy level.
COVID-19 & the State of the Indian Aviation Industry – Update 3
July 2020: The Indian aviation sector is likely to shrink significantly, even if some of the vulnerable airlines manage to survive. CAPA India estimates that there could be 200–250 surplus aircraft for the next 6–12 months.
Extracts from the CAPA India Airline Outlook FY2024
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The Impact of COVID-19 on Indian Aviation
July 2020: Travel restrictions imposed by governments worldwide due to COVID-19 are reducing air traffic to a trickle on most routes. This has resulted in airlines taking extraordinary and hitherto unimaginable decisions with regard to their operations.