A pragmatic view on aviation’s restart in Canada
The Canadian airline industry could come out of the pandemic looking very different. The fallout from the worst year in industry history could lead to a bifurcation of domestic and international carriers.
International air travel conditions have greater repercussions on personal travel, with pre- and post-flight testing, mandated hotel and home quarantines, and significant fines for violations of directives, writes John Gradek. Image courtesy of Pexels/Sourav Mishra