|10-02-2014, 04:19 PM||#1|
Emirates airlines fear Ebola virus as Asian demand lags
The president of Emirates airlines affirmed the recent demand for flights to Africa from Asia has fallen due to concerns over the Ebola virus.
The deadly Ebola virus is obviously affecting overall tourism in Africa, harmfully weighing on the global aviation sector.
Tim Clarks, Emirates’ President, expressed his deep concerns about the virus saying "there are indications that demand in the east is coming off a little bit because of the perception that Ebola is Africa-wide."
A recent report showed that five people are being infected with the deadly Ebola every hour in Sierra Leone, after 765 new cases were reported, while around 18 people are infected with the virus in the United States.
Ebola is a fatal illness, first transmitted to people from wild animals, spread across Africa and the world. West Africa suffered the worst outbreak since it was identified in 1976, with 3,338 deaths until now.
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