The Swiss society in 2019 has provided a differentiated view of the civil aviation system with
respect to existing infrastructure, destination offerings and the future potential and role
of air mobility as a basis for growth and prosperity. As part of a scenario- and projectionbased
online Delphi study, a representative sample size of the Swiss population (age 16-69)
underlines the economic strength and competitiveness now and in the year 2040, for
which the assessments have been provided. More than 80% expect further growth of the
air travel market, with a preference for direct connections on long-haul routes. At the same
time, the majority of participants did not belief in the essential role of air connectivity for
economic growth and prosperity of the society, causing a dissent among the opinion base
and requiring further breakdowns of the answers by demographics and characteristics.

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