Airlines continue to face challenges in 1H

KUALA LUMPUR: A gradual recovery in air travel may only be seen in the second half of this year despite optimism that the vaccines will expedite the return to normalcy.

Kenanga Research said in its aviation sector update that it expects airlines to continue facing tougher operating conditions in the first half of 2021 until there is widespread availability of vaccines, given the risk of sporadic resurgence of Covid-19 infections.

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