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The return to flight mode acute, according to the industry

a number of aviation industry representatives, was called to the ministry of education on Friday in order to give the minister an idea of the location. It is ev

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The return to flight mode acute, according to the industry

a number of aviation industry representatives, was called to the ministry of education on Friday in order to give the minister an idea of the location. It is evident that, according to the Tomas Eneroth, that the airline industry is faced with the urgent need for action.

" I believe that the entire aviation sector is facing huge challenges now and in some of them the 25-, 50 -, or 60-per-cent reduction in the business. Then, we all understand that this is a very tough challenge, " says the minister, at a press conference after the meeting.

No action is ruled out, however, that he could not go into the detail of how the government may help.

" We are, of course, of all the different actions that have to be made, both for the airlines and other stakeholders. I do not rule out some of the action, but it is not my purpose, here and now, to tell you about the kinds of actions we are prepared to do that, we need to evaluate and set priorities, " says Eneroth.

Photos: ALI LORESTANI / TT

the Carrier's ceo, Marcus Dahlsten, was present at the meeting, and introduced several of the measures his organization believes is both necessary and urgent. Among other things, actions related to the personnel costs for the period prior to the new law on short-time working schemes will be implemented on the 1st of may.

and the deferral of the payment of social security contributions and other taxes.

" The measures that we have asked for, would have been required during the course of this week, so it's not the kind of thing to pull out. During the meeting, the meeting brought participants up to come to the aid package, in Norway, in the afternoon, and we would be happy to see anything similar had been done in Sweden today, " says Marcus, Dahlsten.

the Government has just announced a massive aid package, reports the news agency TT. For instance, airlines like SAS and Norwegian to retroactive exemption from payment of fees for the period from 1 January to 30 June of that year.

the Companies also proposed to avoid paying flygpassageraravgift, equivalent to a Swedish aviation tax, on a temporary basis.
Marcus, Dahlsten, president and ceo of Transport. Photo credit: Picture
Dahlsten has not yet been given any concrete statements on the future notice to, or the temporary lay-offs in Sweden, but he says that it is to be reckoned with if similar measures are not in place here very soon.

" it is in the near future, if it is not the will of the powerful measures can not be excluded at all. This applies to the other parts of the transport industry, in particular, which focuses on the transport of passengers. However, especially in the fields of aviation, this is an extremely stressful situation right now.

in an interview with dagens nyheter, in order that they may have to lay off staff, but so far no reply has come.

" We will be looking at the steps, and as soon as we have something to communicate, so we are going to do it. We have been told that we have to respond to this demand, and it's pretty dramatic, " says the company's editor-in-chief Vanessa Annamatz.

Sas share price has fallen more than 40 per cent by 2020. Photo: Johan Nilsson/TT
It, who were busy even before the coronakrisen hit the industry, it has blocked more than 4,000 flights are scheduled, and lays off just one-half of its staff. In spite of the government's rescue package, which was presented on Friday afternoon pleading to the company, if the additional support measures targeted at liquidity.

" We will ask for these as soon as possible. At the same time, we are now doing all we can to carry out all the steps that are necessary in order to reduce the economic losses that this situation is causing us, no matter how painful they are, " says the company's ceo, Jacob Schram, in a press release issued on Friday.

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