As travel restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19 came into full force in 2Q this year, demand for air travel had plunged to a dramatic low, hurting not just airlines but also SATS, which provides food solutions and gateway services to the aviation sector. Fortunately, the company’s non-aviation business was a bright spot.

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