I'm not quite sure that I follow the premise there in terms of only one operator benefiting at the moment. I think the entire industry is in dire condition.
If I might just make a quick point, as we're looking at different aspects of the aviation community, it does seem that there's an element of our conversation that it is taking on a bit of a Hunger Games competition between sizes small and large, and that is not our intent at all in appearing before you today.
In terms of the amount of time it has taken for the federal government, I think the federal government is the only one that can answer that question. We have certainly been hoping for some action.
There's another piece that I really do want to stress for this committee. It has come up, and Daniel and the others have addressed it. There is the financial piece, and that is very important and I certainly understand the interest in it, but there is absolutely that preparatory work, and it is all going to be tied to testing, border measures and quarantine levels. That is going to be equally critical if we're going to go forward and be able to pull in all the jobs from the airports and carriers of different sizes that we're talking about here.
I hope that in your report and your engagement with government you will place a very strong emphasis on the steps that need to be taken for the recovery. As has been outlined and as Daniel has noted, airlines and airports across the country are working very closely on trying to drive that in conjunction with provincial health authorities and federal health authorities.