34 Airlines Ceased Operations in 2020: More To Follow?

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LONDON - In 2020, around 34 airlines ceased operations due to a plethora of reasons, whether it be BREXIT, the COVID-19 pandemic, or general mismanagement of funds. The information provided by CAPA - Centre for Aviation listed names such as Flybe in the UK, ExpressJet in the U.S, Air Italy in Italy as well as others globally. It could be suggested that more closures could be on its way, especially when support from governments begin to reduce as well as the pandemic being prolonged as well. Which Airlines Ceased Operations? Why could more cease? Analysts in the industry such as Fitch Ratings are expecting that while "operating conditions" will "relatively improve for the global airline sector in 2021", it "also e
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