The Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Energy Security by Demand Analysis for Oil and Air Passengers in European Countries
The rationale for undertaking the research was to observe the lack, in the literature, of multidimensional comparative analyses concerning the number of passengers transported by air before and during the COVID-19 pandemic in twenty-two European countries. The study aims to carry out a multidimensional comparative analysis of the number of passengers transported by air before and during the COVID-19 pandemic in dynamic terms in the context of security. Twenty-two European countries are the subject of the study, and the number of passengers transported by air will be the object of the study. The study uses research methods in the form of a literature analysis, which deals with the multidimensional analysis and the disease called COVID-19. The following research tools were used: categorized frame-and-hinge charts with arithmetic averages/means and line charts. Fixed and chain-based dynamics indicators have been calculated. The calculated indicators have been compiled on categorized line charts. This has allowed us to observe a dynamic trend. The study concludes with a summary and conclusions. The multidimensional comparative analysis and evaluation of data concerning the number of passengers transported by airlines before and during the COVID-19 pandemic in selected twenty-two European countries was carried out in the study.