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Philippine domestic aviation market lags in COVID-19 recovery

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Airlines in the Philippines have not benefitted from the same rate of domestic demand recovery as airlines elsewhere in the region.

Although there are some encouraging signs emerging in Dec-2020, a dramatic rebound will be elusive while domestic travel restrictions remain in place.

The local airline industry was already entering a pivotal period before the pandemic, with Philippine Airlines (PAL) looking to reorganize itself to achieve long term financial stability, and multiple efforts under way to address long-standing airport capacity issues in Manila.

Now the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified aviation industry problems and prompted all parties to re-examine their strategies. But the key first step will be gaining more momentum in the restoration of domestic capacity.

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