The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant adverse global impact and the aviation industry has not been spared. Governments and aviation businesses have taken unprecedented measures to contain and manage the pandemic. Although these measures have had a detrimental impact on the aviation industry, at GAL ANS we are confident that the industry will recover.
To manage the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, GAL ANS activated its crisis management cell at the start of the pandemic to ensure that our business was able to continue its operations whilst coping with the pandemic. GAL ANS Executive have provided leadership and support to ensure that our operations have not been adversely impacted during the pandemic.
Our COVID-19 page provides consolidated information sourced from local and international authorities which may be of use. From our experience, effective decision making and regular communication have been crucial to managing the dynamic and fast changing situation which we are all experiencing.
We remain confident that the world economy and aviation industry will recover stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic with airlines and airports driving recovery with increased demand as confidence returns with the roll-out of vaccines.