Chinese air travel has been gradually recovering after coronavirus restrictions brought the industry to a standstill. Photo: Simon Song Chinese air travel has been gradually recovering after coronavirus restrictions brought the industry to a standstill. Photo: Simon Song
Chinese air travel has been gradually recovering after coronavirus restrictions brought the industry to a standstill. Photo: Simon Song
Aviation

October air traffic climbs again as ‘golden week’ holidays and cheap deals drive recovery in China’s post-Covid air travel

  • The number of air passengers reached 50.32 million in October, 88 per cent of the level a year earlier, though month-on-month growth was slower
  • Frustrated travellers stuck at home for months during lockdown took to the skies during the ‘golden week’ holiday, boosting the recovery, say analysts

Topic |   Aviation
Chinese air travel has been gradually recovering after coronavirus restrictions brought the industry to a standstill. Photo: Simon Song Chinese air travel has been gradually recovering after coronavirus restrictions brought the industry to a standstill. Photo: Simon Song
Chinese air travel has been gradually recovering after coronavirus restrictions brought the industry to a standstill. Photo: Simon Song
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