Hong Kong’s role as an air transit hub has suffered due to its stringent entry rules enacted to curb Covid-19. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s role as an air transit hub has suffered due to its stringent entry rules enacted to curb Covid-19. Photo: AFP
Aviation

‘Rusty’ aviation industry needs time to get flowing again, with passengers facing higher ticket prices amid rising fuel costs and staff shortages, Qantas chief warns

  • Pent-up demand in Europe, America and Australia has caught airports and airlines off guard, having laid off thousands of staff during the pandemic
  • Passengers, including some from Hong Kong, have already endured long queues, flight delays and cancellations at European airports

Hong Kong’s role as an air transit hub has suffered due to its stringent entry rules enacted to curb Covid-19. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s role as an air transit hub has suffered due to its stringent entry rules enacted to curb Covid-19. Photo: AFP
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