Airlines have seen an increase in demand for destinations that were previously relatively unimportant, which allowed them to mitigate some of the damage caused by the Corona epidemic, according to a report published by the Financial Times newspaper yesterday.
And Bloomberg reported that companies including British Airways, French Air France and United Airlines of America have all witnessed an increase in demand from a number of secondary destinations. Flights to West Africa, Latin America and South Asia have supported more than demand for flights to North America, which has fallen to 20%. Air France recorded a strong demand to travel to areas formerly under French control, while United Airlines launched new long-distance flights to Africa and South Asia.
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