With the advent of COVID-19 vaccines, it is anticipated that the aviation industry will recover during the second half of this year. However, it wouldn’t be an easy year, with new outbreaks emerging from various countries and the novel coronavirus variant identified in the United Kingdom spreading like bushfire. But once the COVID-19 vaccination process is carried out on a large scale across the globe, the aviation industry will have the potential of rising stronger than ever before.
For now, however, airlines are keeping their focus on the domestic market since the international market would not have the potential to resume at least until the turn of 2022. Many passenger airlines have forwarded entry requirements by country, served by themselves, and provided the necessary guidelines to keep their customers and staff safe. For instance, interCaribbean Airways have mentioned the safest places to travel in the Caribbean as of now with safe flights between Caribbean Islands.