No travellers are seen at Hong Kong International Airport in late February, amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: outbreak has so far battered air travel in Hong Kong and abroad – but worse is predicted

  • Analysts foresee cuts to capacity of up to 80 per cent, upwards of US$100 billion lost, and airlines at risk of going out of business under the squeeze of travel restrictions
  • Some call for governments to help the strategically crucial sector, with cash handouts or other relief measures
Topic |   Aviation
No travellers are seen at Hong Kong International Airport in late February, amid the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong
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