Cruise ships have seen a steady decline in the number of passengers they can carry as air travel has boomed.

The industry-wide trend, which has been linked to the spread of the coronavirus, is not expected to stop.

But the industry’s leaders say the future is bright for passenger air travel and they’re prepared to try to maintain passenger numbers by shifting to a fleet of new, cleaner airliners.

The outlook for cruise ships is brighter than that for air travel, however, as passenger jets continue to make up a bigger share of the global market.

That trend has prompted cruise line executives to reassess their business model.

Some executives have said that the cruise industry is likely to see an uptick in business once the coronivirus pandemic is over.

“We believe we are in a really good position,” said Todd Glynn, executive vice president of the North American Passenger Terminal Association.

“The airlines have done a fantastic job of controlling the industry, and I think it’s only going to get better.”

While the cruise line industry is in the midst of a global recovery, air travel is not far behind.

Air travel continues to grow at a rate of about 9 percent per year, but the industry still has a long way to go before it reaches the same rate of growth as passenger traffic.

“In the coming years, we are going to see the cruise business grow more rapidly than passenger traffic,” said Mark DeCoutere, vice president for research and policy at the American Airline Pilots Association.

He cited the growing use of long-haul passenger jets, which are used by travelers to get to destinations far from their homes.

That’s expected to increase demand for more seats.

The increase in demand is likely due to a combination of factors.

Passenger jets are cheaper than a cruise ship and are also safer, making them a better option than a plane in the air.

But airlines also have a history of increasing passenger fares in response to the pandemic, and some airlines have been taking advantage of that to raise fares for customers.

Airline executives say the industry is on the verge of reaching the point where it will no longer be able to sustain the growth that has been in place since the pandemics first emerged.

While passenger air traffic is growing, it’s not expected soon to surpass cruise ship traffic, which will account for about 1.3 percent of the market, according to data from data firm Airlines for America.

That is down from 2.9 percent last year, according a report from analysts at Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

That said, the growth in air travel continues apace, which is the industry standard for how much money an airline can earn per passenger.

The airline industry has struggled for years to compete with the increased popularity of passenger flights, which often come with higher fuel prices, smaller check-in times and shorter flights.

The result is airlines have begun to focus more on the long-distance market, where prices are lower and longer flights are more likely to be possible.

The growth of long haul air travel in the United States is also an important part of the industry outlook.

In addition to the cruise ship market, airlines are also working on adding a new segment to their business.

The air-transport industry has been booming since the advent of the Internet, which allowed passengers to check in on planes in real time.

Many airlines are now expanding their routes and expanding their services to include new destinations, such as remote areas, which means they can cater to an increasing number of people.

Airports are also looking to new technologies to enhance their systems.

Boeing recently introduced a new way of connecting its planes to the airline’s air traffic control systems, allowing them to connect to the ground as they fly by, a step toward making planes more efficient and safer.

The aviation industry is also working to make passengers comfortable with new technology.

A recent report from the Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Transportation found that the majority of passengers want to use their phones for calls, while just a quarter of them would want to go through security, according the Associated Press.

Those are important numbers for the industry to get right, and executives say they are working on that.

The report also found that only 3 percent of people were comfortable flying without a smartphone in 2014, compared with nearly 16 percent in 2012.

In the next few years, there are several other trends in the aviation industry that could impact the passenger air-travel market.

First, the airlines are working to get more people into the air by developing more comfortable seats.

Airplanes are being built with more reclining seats and other features that allow passengers to rest and relax while they fly.

In 2015, American Airlines announced a new plan to build a new cabin that can accommodate 100 passengers and is scheduled to begin operations in 2019.

American also is building a more comfortable seat in its cabin, and the airline is trying to offer more seats for business travelers as well