United Airlines CEO: Insisting on vaccines “right thing to do”

“Widespread vaccine rollout is crucial to the recovery of the global aviation industry”, says the independent aviation consultant Andrew Charlton. Last year, passenger numbers fell 60% to 1.8 billion and the industry lost $126bn, according to IATA, which said it was the worst year on record. Further big losses are forecast for this year.

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