Chinese Aviation Recovers 20% In March

The CAAC is encouraging more charter cargo flights to make up for lost belly-hold capacity.
Credit: Joe Pries
Commercial aviation in China crept toward normalcy in March, reaching 42% of its capacity before the coronavirus outbreak in December 2019. According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the average number of daily flights reached 6,533, up more than 20% on February. These flights...

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