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COVID-19 has brought the worst crisis in the history of aviation. To read more about how this might be the best opportunity ever for airports, airlines, and all other stakeholders, to rethink business models and adjust operational concepts to improve efficiency and passenger satisfaction download our complete COVID-19 guide.

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Airports globally are experiencing unprecedented challenges as airlines are grounding aircraft in response to the sharp decrease in demand. Read our first guide on how to best overcome COVID-19’s impact on airport operations planning – physical distancing, volatile schedules, and limited budgets.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 880158.