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Aviation plays a vital role. The current crisis has a dramatic impact on this industry. In addition, states now rely on aviation services to transport medical devices, doctors, patients and to reunite families.
Passenger numbers are forecast to drop to 1.8 billion in 2020, according to IATA calculations, bringing the industry down to 2003 levels. Passenger figures were almost 61 percent smaller than the 4.5 billion in 2019, relative to the "good old days." Demand dropped by 66%, lowering the load factor to 65.5 percent, the lowest level since 1993. This substantial decline in demand resulted in the passing of time. This significant downturn in the demand led to passenger revenue drop to $191 billion in 2020 reaching less than a one-third part of the $612 billion earned in 2019. It will recover step by step according to the specialists from America, but it will take times, in this moment the pilots who was lay off end of 2020, they are back in the business, the companies call them back because there is expectation for the end of 2021- summer 2022.
In the aviation industry, aviation safety is a step toward avoiding accidents and injuries. To put it more simply, "safety is not an accident." If both pilots are using the same language “CRM” and they are following the standard procedures, keep a good environment in the cockpit, all the flights will be easy, without Human Errors accidents, or incidents. Command and control safety management, flight technology safety management, aircraft maintenance safety management, cabin safety management, and ground service safety management are all examples of airline safety management. Accidents may occur if there are issues with any of the links. As a result, there is a domino chain principle in aviation safety management, which suggests that all areas of aviation safety management are dominoes. If one of these connections is removed, the rest of the links will fall apart. As we all know, brand is the lifeblood of modern businesses and the foundation of value that ensures their survival and success. In fact, a core element of airlines in building their own brand culture is that they must attach great importance to aviation safety management.
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