COVID-19 has had a rapid and dramatic impact on the air transport industry over the past few weeks and months. — Photo by SITA

How does mass-transit work if everyone has to stay two meters apart, and where national borders can open and close at short notice?

Exactly how international travel can operate smoothly and safely in the COVID-19 era is really anyone's guess at the moment, but technology is going to play a huge role.

That's according to Geneva-based air transport communications and IT specialist SITA (Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques), whose new paper "A 'New Normal': The changing face of air transport post-COVID-19" outlines how aviation can use technology to help cope with the "long and complex" impact of COVID-19.

Here are the paper's key takeaways:

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