Air Passenger Demand Outlook

Air passenger demand has continued along an upward trend since its pandemic-induced slump. Some recent macroeconomic headwinds were insufficient to derail this momentum, and with brighter skies ahead in that regard, this momentum is expected to continue. However, there are a range of macroeconomic and geopolitical risks which could produce some turbulence should they materialise. The baseline outlook and risks to the outlook will be covered in this webinar.

Stephen Rooney

Lead Economist, Tourism Economics

+44 (0) 289 263 5408

Stephen Rooney

Lead Economist, Tourism Economics

Belfast, United Kingdom

Stephen manages the Air Passenger Forecast service which offers short- and long-term forecasts of air passenger flow for almost 4,000 routes and total flows for 183 countries, as well as alternative forecast scenarios for strategic decision-making. He has developed and maintained various bespoke forecast models for a range of clients from across the travel and tourism space as well as regularly contributing to the team’s consultancy output.

Stephen holds a First Class Economics with Politics degree from the University of Ulster.

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