IATA: Countries with more than 90 coronvirus cases represent 25% of global passenger traffic

2 March, 2020

IATA reported (28-Feb-2020) the six countries with confirmed coronavirus cases in excess of 90 individuals (China, Italy, Iran, Japan, Singapore and South Korea) represent 25% of global passenger numbers and 20% of global passenger revenues. However, when a broader examination of the affected counties to assess the passenger numbers and revenues at risk is made, countries with the confirmed cases constitute around 83% of both global passenger numbers and revenues. [more - original PR]