Global air passenger traffic to reach pre-Covid levels by 2024: IATA | Mobility News

According to the International Flight Transport Association (IATA), the total number of air passengers in the world will be close to four billion by 2024, up 3% from the pre-Covid level in 2019.

By 2021, public passenger numbers will be 47 percent of the pre-COVID level, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) mentioned.

“This is expected to increase to 83 per cent in 2022, 94 per cent in 2023, 103 per cent in 2024 and 111 per cent in 2025,” he added.

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IATA General Manager Willie Walsh said, “The trajectory for recovery in passenger numbers from COVID-19 has not changed by the Omicron variant.”

“People want to travel. And when travel restrictions are lifted, they return to the skies,” he noted.
There is still a long way to go in terms of normal cases, but forecasting for evolution in thought numbers gives good reason to hope, ”Walsh said.

IATA represents some of the 290 airlines that account for 83 percent of global air traffic.

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