Is China’s Zero-Covid Strategy Sustainable? Airline Capacity Falls by 800,000 Seats
More Outbreaks and Travel Restrictions
Through a long and patient period of attempting to stamp out COVID-19 outbreaks dating back to March 2020, China has seen its domestic airline capacity rise consistently, with only a few short-lived dips. The major dip was seen last February and followed by another in August. By March of 2021, the country had exceeded pre-pandemic domestic airline capacity and was flying at more than 20% above 2019 airline capacity levels through the summer.
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