‘Let’s relax a bit…’ says aviation official on staff shortage issues


IATA chief Willie Walsh said some airlines may have to adjust their capacity plans


Some airlines may have to adjust their capacity plans to deal with staff shortages, but not all carriers and airports are dealing with the chaos recently seen in Europe, the head of a global airline body said on Tuesday. .

“Let’s relax a bit; yes, we have challenges but it’s not everywhere,” said Willie Walsh, chief executive of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), adding that the industry will find its way to through recent problems.

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He was speaking to reporters as global airlines wrapped up a three-day meeting marked by a stronger-than-expected recovery in air travel, overshadowed by concerns over inflation and the conflict in Ukraine.



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