Malaysian airlines take measures to protect mental health of aviation workers


Malaysia Airlines recently announced an initiative to boost its employees' mental wellbeing amid the pandemic. - AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

The aviation sector, having enjoyed years of global tourism growth, was not prepared for the Covid-19 pandemic and its subsequent economic impact. Since the start of the ongoing global outbreak, airlines globally have been forced to cancel scheduled flights.

In recent months, there are more planes grounded than up in the sky.

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