Due to strict Covid entry restrictions, China’s aviation industry suffered heavy losses last year. The Chinese aviation regulator estimates the losses in 2021 at the equivalent of almost €12 billion (¥84 billion), according to a Bloomberg report. The losses were mainly attributable to international air traffic, which came to a near standstill. In contrast, domestic air traffic has reportedly returned to pre-pandemic levels.
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