The Proposed Future of the Aviation Industry

in Project HOPE3 months ago

Amongst the industries that have been mostly hit by the pandemic is the travelling industry. The movement of people for business meetings or tourism has been highly cut short due to the pandemic and there have been different mean of communication, instead of travelling for a business meeting people now understand that a conference video call is more preferable in terms of time spent, money spent on transportation and also the risk involved with movement.


Amongst the industries that have a higher tendency of spreading the virus is the aviation industry, people have to exchange things and even sit side by side during movement and that is one reason why travelling has been totally erased from the record of so many people and postponed until when it is required.

As countries are gradually easing the lock down, the aviation sector might also have people who literarily need to move around but there are certain precautions that the department has proposed to use in the future and new technologies are coming up to help reduce the spread of the virus even when people move around.


Beginning from the entrance, everyone from the front door of the industry must have a protective face mask on, every luggage is going to be sanitized properly before it gets into the luggage section and one other interesting aspect is, new companies are coming up with brilliant technologies that will help curb the virus. There is a new technological design that allows people operate systems by merely moving of the head instead of having to press the computer, with a software’s like this the spread of the virus will be reduced as people will no longer have to get contact with the screen.

Every area where crowd needs to stay will be marked just like we have in some banks and other companies that accommodate crowd, the purpose of this is to ensure there is distance between humans and the spread of the virus can become limited. Anti-viral spray will be definitely used every time before a new set of passengers get on board. Some airlines are already working on eliminating the middle seat, this middle seat is eliminated in order to obey the desired space law put in place to reduce the spread of the virus.

Will this laws still be obeyed after people get back fully to their travelling mode or will the price of boarding an airplane increase massively to meet up with the rules put in place to stop the spread of the virus?


This is a much bigger issue than the mainstream media will ever lead the public to believe. I have a bachelors and masters in this craft and I can tell you that crypto is made for aviation economies. I can also say that we need to focus on general aviation, but we as a society can not even agree that a college education is a good thing. And if we cannot do that, then how are even regional exchanges supposed to work together for good, let alone long distance travel?

 3 months ago 

I have a bachelors and masters in this craft and I can tell you that crypto is made for aviation economies

I wonder, why would you think that crypto is made for aviation economies?

International transactions and networks.

Aviation companies need to move passengers, luggage and postals around. Think about getting from one country to another all the while switching are carriers. Especially when it comes to regional stuff, its tough dealing with multiple companies.

When this is done on an international level it's highly problematic. Just the issue of currency conversions can strain an operation.

Additionally aviation deals with a lot of emerging technologies. Cryptocurrencies will soon beer synonymously with digital assets.

I'm quite certain cryptocurrencies are the product of aviation. Indeed, the internet and computer science professionals are behind Bitcoin.

However what would the world be like if there were no airplanes. Amazon would not be moving goods around and hence the need for cryptocurrencies would not have been so obvious. The aviation business is not like other businesses. No airliner has ever been profitable when it begins international operations. Hence government subsidies.

Digital assets in aviation is likely the underlying reasons for many unexplained economic conditions. To me it's obvious, but then I have a master's and been in direct communications with money people in the profession. I'm sure any avid flyer would begin to see the real world use cases and unparalleled advantages of crypto for travel.

 2 months ago 

thanks for your great reply @machnbirdsparo

The aviation industry has really been hit with a big blow by the pandemic and the process of recovery may be quite slow to a fault but certainly they will recover and things may just get back to normal.

Yes hopefully things will get better but I know it may just be slow, thanks for reading.

brilliant solutions to this problem but i think that will make airfare prices soar as they having less capacity to transport clients (only for dran upload about half of the clients due to the rules which means half of income).
So it's possible until many airlines disappear because this pandemic cut their profits in half

I was thinking that some airlines might go into extinction but with government bailout maybe that would not happen.

Maybe everything will only return to normal after the virus ends and by that time there will be no need for numerous regulations any longer.

When a vaccine is distributed right? There might be no need for the numerous rules by then.

 3 months ago 

Interesting choice of topic @ojerinde

I myself often wonder how will future of this industry look like.

Enjoy your weekend,
Cheers, Piotr

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