China’s ‘magic weapon’ delays AsiaPac airline recovery

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Before the pandemic China played a vital role in the international travel market in Asia and beyond, as growing numbers of Chinese travellers went abroad. But that number has become a trickle, and inbound travellers to mainland China have also been stopped by the harshest entry requirements on the planet, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine.

It is a situation that is unlikely to change soon, casting a dark shadow over traffic forecasts for the entire region.

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