Owing to the constant physical distancing norms and social distancing parameters, amidst global pandemic outrage struck by corona virus, aviation industry singularly bears tremendous brunt of the after-effects.
Both matured and industrialized countries along with emerging economies are bearing the implications of the global pandemic. In this line, several countries such as France is crafting several come back strategies to revive the aviation industry.
In this line, France has dedicated over $17 billion in support of Airbus and Air France to sustain the competitive edge of France against stark competition from Air France and Airbus. The development is likely to ensure novel job opportunities over a period of six months, creating over 100,000 new job opportunities.
The above has been stated and affirmed by the Economy Minister of France, Bruno Le Maire. Adding further he said, the development is also likely to help several other French businesses and enterprises to maintain the momentum to compete aggressively against other countries such as COMAC of China and Boeing of America. The minister further verified that France aviation industry will take up all measures to disrupt the competition in order to eliminate monopoly if China and America in aviation industry.
A total of $1.7 billion is likely to be allocated towards R&D expeditions to develop high end carbon neutral aircraft by 2035. A complete package of $16.9 billion is dedicated to Air France which would support loan delays to avert lay-offs.
The package is also directed to aid French aviation industry to make purchase of over 60 Airbus airliners and carriers and over 40 long haul jets. These carriers are known for their high end fuel efficiency and extremely controlled carbon emission, a persistent challenge that has plagued aviation industry for way too long.