This paper presents the findings of an anonymous web-based survey addresing [sic] the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on aviation workers and the aviation system. The analysis indicates that aviation workers are experiencing high level of depression and anxiety.Coping [sic] mechanisms are being used by many aviation workers. Considerable barriers still remain in relation to reporting mental health (MH) issues at work. Overall, the response from organisations in terms of helping employees cope with the stress arising from the COVID 19 pandemic and changes to wellbeing is weak. The vast majority of aviation workers indicate that wellbeing is not a priotiy [sic] for their organisation. Wellbeing supports are required for aviation workers who are currently working and those who have lost their jobs. The introduction of tools at indivdiual [sic] and organisaitonal levels to support fitness for work assessment and wellbeing montioring [sic] /support would benefit aviation workers and flight safety.
& Gaynor, K.
(2021). The Impact of the COVID 19 Pandemic on Aviation Workers and the Aviation System. 29th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 164-171.