Over the last two years, COVID-19 became a serious risk for people travelling by plane. For many months flights were cancelled, restrictions imposed and going abroad became practically impossible.
But now, passenger numbers are picking up and more of us are choosing to fly once again. And the rebirth of the aviation industry has created a whole new set of problems.
A shortage of staff following COVID cutbacks has led pilots, ground staff and cabin crew to worry about fatigue as they attempt to keep up with rising demand. Adding to the chaos, employees are having to reacquaint themselves with official processes they haven’t used for up to two years.
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