The continuation of the global new crown epidemic has severely hit the global aviation market. Last year, global passenger traffic fell by 75.6% year-on-year, and airlines suffered an overall loss of 118.5 billion U.S. dollars. However, compared with the passenger transport market, the aviation logistics market has become popular since last year, and even the phenomenon of "a cabin is hard to find".
Insiders believe that in the next few years, aviation logistics will continue to play a greater role than before the epidemic.
Luo Jun, Director General of the Aviation Logistics Committee of the China Air Transport Association: At present, the recovery plans formulated by countries around the world propose large-scale infrastructure investment and manufacturing projects, and these investments and projects often require global procurement and collaboration, which requires global aviation logistics. The stability and security of the industry and supply chain. Therefore, in the future, the aviation logistics industry must be a new growth point for the aviation industry.