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So many things need to line up before travel can start again, and different parts of the world will treat it differently.
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Depending on how quickly the COVID19 pandemic can be contained, IATA estimates that revenue losses for passenger transport would run at B$63 – B$113 (US).
The most recent idea that has travellers excited is the Skynest. Lie flat beds for economy travellers has the public excited.