Airlines are facing the worst downturn in the history of aviation as countries continue to restrict air travel to halt the spread of Covid-19. Unless such restrictions are eased, a recovery in the fortunes of airlines will not occur. But when travellers can take to the skies again, low-cost carriers (LCCs) are poised to rebound quicker compared to full-service carriers (FSCs), says Campbell Wilson, CEO of Scoot.

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