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Coronavirus Outbreak Devastates Chinese Commercial Aviation

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Chinese commercial aircraft are mostly idle. Xiamen Airlines canceled 77% of its flights on Feb. 4.
Credit: Xiamen Airlines
The country’s airlines have halted most of their operations. Three small airlines have stopped flying completely.

 

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