Turkey, which ranks first among the fragile economies in the world, has also become accustomed to crises and crisis management. Expensive experiences put our business people at the forefront of creating solutions. The best Turkish managers know the way out of crises in world trade.

Tourism and the aviation sector are among the sectors most affected by the pandemic crisis. The sector, where flights stopped for a long time, experienced great difficulties. The rising cost of petroleum also continues to increase the size of the shortage. Mehmet Nane, a Turkish businessman, becomes the head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) at such a time. We talked about the way out Pegasus Airlines CEO Mehmet T. Nane who has been elected to the IATA Presidency for the Next Term.

The situation we are in has three effects on tourism. The closure of direct flights, the closure of airspace use and the number of tourists expected to arrive in our country.

Emphasizing that the biggest task of IATA is to return to the pre-pandemic period of the aviation sector, which is a driving force for world economies, and to continue its sustainable development, Mehmet Mint believes that they will overcome these difficult days.