‘Charting the European Aviation recovery: 2021 COVID-19 impacts and 2022 outlook’ reads the opening of the document that contains lots of information about the performance of the aviation sector in the last years. With lots of tables about numbers of flights, emissions, airline performance, connectivity, network flows, airports and passengers, revenue losses and much more.
‘2021 was the year aviation hoped to get back on its feet after the catastrophic pandemic impacts of 2020. This Think
Paper uses our unique network data to show the cumulative impacts of this year’s partial recovery on all aspects of
European aviation. Mass vaccinations and the EU Digital COVID Certificate helped drive a strong summer traffic bounce
that has endured despite Omicron and rising infection levels, proving the sector’s resilience as we enter 2022.’