COVID-19: Hong Kong airline capacity could rebound in May

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Welcome to the latest edition of CAPA's Coronavirus and Aviation global COVID-19 update.
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The report contains a small selection of news briefs and CAPA commentary, on the US system and from each region.

Top news headlines:

- Hong Kong could see capacity rebounding in May-2020;

- IATA: Onboard social distancing would make most airlines financially unviable.

Following the aviation summaries, the report contains the latest coronavirus data, globally and by country:

- Global COVID-19 cases reach 4 million mark

- China drops out of top 10 infected countries in the world

- Avianca files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

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