COVID-19 has affected air transport industries globally and travelers had to abruptly stop flying overseas due to restrictions imposed by governments to contain the spread of the virus. Early indications of this cautious return-to-travel behavior have been seen in the domestic markets of China and Australia, even after new coronavirus infection rates fell to very low levels.
In this webinar held on 16 July 2020, Dr Eliver Lin from the Singapore Institute of Technology shared her insights into Singapore residents’ perspectives of air travel and their confidence to travel post COVID-19. Based on the findings of her research project, Dr Lin discussed factors affecting the confidence level of passengers; the effectiveness of different measures to relieve passengers’ worries; and markets with more confidence in air travel.
Watch this Webinar below: