Travellers at Hongqiao Railway Station in Shanghai. Photo: Xinhua
Travellers at Hongqiao Railway Station in Shanghai. Photo: Xinhua

Shanghai marks slight uptick in flights as city ends lockdown and Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific ramps up route frequency, but analysts warn recovery could take weeks

  • Only handful of international flights since end of March have departed or landed at city’s international airports each day, with most domestic routes suspended
  • According to analysts, it is still too early to say if lifting of restrictions will lead to more flights as it takes time for carriers to adjust schedules

Travellers at Hongqiao Railway Station in Shanghai. Photo: Xinhua
Travellers at Hongqiao Railway Station in Shanghai. Photo: Xinhua
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