Asia-Pacific airlines' 10 big questions a year into COVID slump

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It may seem like a lot longer, but it has been about a year since the initial surge in COVID-19 cases caused Asia-Pacific airline capacity to crash, in Mar-2020.

Since then the airline industry has been through a downturn as deep as any it has ever experienced.

As the prospect of recovery looms closer, now is a good time to look ahead at some of the questions facing the region's airlines.

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