What has been the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the aviation, retail and automobile sectors? A recap of some major casualties amid layoffs, bankruptcies and rescue plans
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated several industries, from aviation and automobiles to retail and energy. Who are the major casualties, amid all the layoffs, bankruptcies and rescue plans?
Climate change, coronavirus, Energy, Environmental pollution, Transportation and mobility, Infographic, Video 3D
The aviation industry has long been under pressure to reduce pollution, and while airlines have taken a financial wallop from the coronavirus crisis it may not stop a greening of the skies
The coronavirus has forced many airlines to ground their fleets and appeal for state assistance but experts fear these carriers are now weighed down by debt ahead of a return to normal service
France has pledged 15 billion euros ($16.9 billion) for the country's aviation industry, where thousands of jobs are on the line as the coronavirus crisis hammers the travel industry
The aid package aims to compensate for some of the damage Condor has sustained during the coronavirus pandemic and to support the company in these difficult times.
Furloughed because of the pandemic, airline and hotel employees in Sweden are retraining to work as hospital and nursing home assistants as the country's death toll exceeds 1,200
Financial markets have shuddered as the coronavirus outbreak spreads worldwide, but analysts doubt it will plunge the global economy into a crisis