Chinese Airline Recovery Resumes After March-April Stall

Chinese airline activity
Commercial airline activity was mainly flat in April at Chinese airports such as Beijing Capital International Airport (pictured).
Credit: Kevin Jia
Three months after China began easing anti-pandemic measures, the airline industry’s domestic capacity is approaching 80% of the level of a year ago. Superficially, that does not look at all bad. But loads and yields are weak. And international business is almost negligible. Air China and Hainan...

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