How airports can sustain the COVID-19 crisis and thrive beyond it
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Posted: 9 September 2020 | Manish Ravindra Kumar, Rajnish Kasat | 1 comment
Airports are one of the key pillars of globalisation. Here is a pragmatic approach for them to adapt to the next normal.
This whitepaper talks about a COVID-19 aligned business transformation journey for airports over the coming months and years. This journey includes the phases of sustain, strategise and transform.
Find out more about how shifting the business resiliency framework for survival can help airports identify opportunities for cost containment; repurposing them for business continuity and future needs.
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not sure this article really gives anything new in terms of what airports and their stakeholders were undertaking as part of their business operations and continuity. This transformation has been going on for a while and to try and identify as something new is not valid. In additon all airports although undertaking the same operation do not do it in the same way so highlighting, as usual, Toronto Pearson, it does nothing for the other airports.