Geneva : Air India companies affected by the Corona virus (Covid-19) need about $ 200 billion in assistance from the International Aviation Organization (IATA), according to the International Aviation Organization (IATA). Airlines in African and Middle Eastern countries are in dire need of assistance, the IAT said. A statement released by the IATA on Thursday said, “Measures of assistance are urgently needed and demand for at least two hundred $ billion emergency assistance.” A global outbreak of the Corona virus that killed more than nine thousand people by Thursday has hampered excessive air service and affected airline companies around the world due to unforeseen challenges. “The highest priority of the government of all countries is to prevent the spread of infection to Covid-19,” said a statement issued by IATA chief Alexander de Juni।. “They also need to be aware that their public health crisis has adversely affected the global economy, including the aviation sector,” he said. Two hundred $ billion of emergency.
The current industrial crisis created by health problems is in worse condition than the 11September 2001 attacks in the United States, the global SARS problem and the global recession that followed. ‘Airline companies are struggling to survive and thousands of jobs are being lost,’ said Junikilu. The IATA has expressed particular interest in airline provider companies in Africa and the Middle East, where many air routes have been blocked. Due to which, the demand for air transport has dropped by 60 percent. Air traffic alone contributes about US $ 55.8 billion to Africa’s total domestic product, while more than 6.2 million people are employed. This contributes to 26% of the total domestic production of the continent. Similarly, the contribution of air traffic to the Middle East is $ 30 billion. This is about 4.4 percent of the total domestic product. In the Middle East, about 2.4 million people are employed in the aviation sector. Two hundred $ billion of emergency.
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