Pandemic Retains Tight Grip On Asia-Pacific Airlines

parked AirAsia Malaysian aircraft
The majority of AirAsia’s Malaysian fleet is grounded while the country is under lockdown, including these aircraft at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Credit: Mohd Rasfan/AFP/Getty Images
While other parts of the world are beginning to open up to international travel, most of the key Asia-Pacific markets are seeing very little progress in restoring cross-border air traffic flows. This represents a major headache for Asian airlines anxiously waiting for revenue opportunities to help...

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