What's happened so far?
Willie Walsh has flown his plane through the dust and survived, and several other companys have done similar.
From an industry which proclaims that safety is paramount, we are now getting "It's all a big overreaction" type statements. Decide for yourself, but it seems strange how quickly the corporate mind has changed.
Meanwhile, the UK government is sending in the Navy, a flotilla of small boats has 'rescued' travellers Dunkirk-style, European football teams are driving to fixtures and the Channel Tunnel is having a really good April!
So you can take your choice about what's most interesting and revealing about the reactions:
Airlines: "Let's pretend it's not an issue and get back to normal"
Ferry Companies: "Whoopee!! we can clean up using our existing business model"
Government: "Send in the Navy!!!"
Individuals / small operators: "We can do something new & find a different way"
I wonder if any of the emergent solutions will sustain once the crisis is over.
I wonder what the reaction will be if summer travel were to be threatened.