Asia Is Slowly Recovering International Air Travel Levels; China Is The Big Holdout

Singapore Changi Airport reached 50% of its pre-pandemic traffic in June 2022.
Credit: Credit: Roslan Rahman/Getty Images
For almost two years, Asian aviation during the pandemic could be summarized in a simple fashion. After early lockdown restrictions eased, Chinese domestic aviation boomed. But international passenger flights among other Asian nations were crippled by ongoing border closures and quarantine mandates...

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