Economy Begins to Recover in China, Domestic Flights Jump 34 Percent
China's aviation regulator Minainaen recorded an increase in domestic flights of 34 percent above pre-pandemic levels. This further confirms the recovery of aviation in China.As reported on the Reuters page, Monday (30/10/2023) China's lea...
China's aviation regulator Minainaen recorded an increase in domestic flights of 34 percent above pre-pandemic levels. This further confirms the recovery of aviation in China.
As reported on the Reuters page, Monday (30/10/2023) China's leading airlines have also reported profits in the first quarter of this year. The Civil Aviation Administration of China will launch flight plans next winter and spring. It is planned that there will be 96,651 domestic flights a week or 34 percent more than in the same period four years ago, with 7,202 new weekly flights generated by the opening of 516 new domestic routes.
The increase in domestic flights focuses on connections between regional airports and hub airports such as Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou. International flights, despite a slower recovery, are also starting to pick up. In the next five months there will be 16,680 weekly flights, with passenger flights expected to reach 71 percent of the total four years ago.
Flights to and from 22 countries, including Britain and Italy, have approached or exceeded pre-pandemic levels, the regulator said. In winter and spring, weekly direct passenger flights between China and the United States are expected to increase to 70 from 48 flights.
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