Impacts of various critical situations on aviation industry and parallel with the COVID-19 pandemic
|Author:||Bc. Milan Fedorik|
|Year:||2021 - summer|
|Leaders:|| RNDr. Michal Červinka Ph.D.
|Work type:|| Bachelors
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|Abstract:||Civil aviation is expanding industry in the United States. The number of
passengers had risen following the Airline Deregulation Act and kept rising
until the 9/11 attacks hit the domestic aviation market. This unprecedented
event resulted in a decline in the number of passengers. In January 2020
first rumors about disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 spread around the world.
New health threats made traveling more dangerous and unessential. In this
study, the author copes with aviation history and how critical situations such
as terrorist attacks or pandemics aect the civil aviation market. Additionally,
this thesis presents methods of performing regression analysis on the primary
U.S. domestic market and specific routes subsidized through the government
program Essential Air Service.