Just the faintest glimmer of hope that global air travel is starting to pick up again now that the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic is being brought under control. Flights up 10% over the last three weeks.
It’s interesting how the shape of this curve resembles the direct inverse of daily new infections and goes to underscore how quickly airlines cut flights, whether by government decree or market forces.
I’m sure this represents a double-edged sword to all of us – we’re all itching for life to return to normal and, with it, being free to travel – but not until we can be confident that the threat of a second spike is averted.

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