However, aviation expert Gross Bongart believes such forecasts are too optimistic. He believes that forecasts are difficult to achieve given that there are still plenty of issues, not least due to rising costs and rising ticket prices. After two consecutive years of losses due to the pandemic, the airline industry has some reason for optimism. It is fully expected to turn a profit by 2023, Willie Walsh, secretary general of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), said at the Doha conference on Monday. For this year, however, the airline industry is still forecasting a loss of $9.7 billion.
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