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China’s Lunar New Year air passenger traffic fall offset by 200 per cent increase in international cargo flights

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s air passenger traffic fell over Lunar New Year, but a surge of over 200 per cent in the number of international cargo flights during seven-day holiday showed that signs of a quick recovery are emerging due to the country’s success in curbing domestic transmission of the coronavirus.Air passenger traffic fell 45.16 per cent year on year over the Lunar New Year, the aviation regulator said on Thursday.Passenger numbers stood at 3.57 million over the seven-day holiday period, the Civil…

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China’s air passenger traffic fell over Lunar New Year, but a surge of over 200 per cent in the number of international cargo flights during seven-day holiday showed that signs of a quick recovery are emerging due to the country’s success in curbing domestic transmission of the coronavirus.Air passenger traffic fell 45.16 per cent year on year over the Lunar New Year, the aviation regulator said on Thursday.Passenger numbers stood at 3.57 million over the seven-day holiday period, the Civil…
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