The case is simple. No traffic, no money. Sooner or later it will turn out how much money is missing, and then it is going to be even worse. Epidemics and pandemics have a very bad effect on humankind, and most of all on traveling.
By 2040, Europe’s air traffic is expected to grow by nearly 50 per cent, according to conservative estimates. Most of that growth will be driven by the booming aviation markets in Central and Southeast Europe. Only the Polish aviation hub has started preparations to meet the demand for flying.
Beijing-based Global Times and some Western media have called the coronavirus a "black swan" — a completely unexpected phenomenon that will cause great damage to the Chinese and world economy. If the epidemic spread around the world, it could cause not only great human casualties.
In 2017, the contribution of tourism to Croatian GDP increased by 0,7 per cent y/y to 19,6 per cent. Croatia earned EUR1.3bn in revenues from foreign tourist, which meant an increase of 10 per cent y/y.