As per Chinese aviation data company VariFlight, domestic flight activity reached nearly 65% ​​of pre-pandemic levels on 29 November, up from only 22% on 29 November.

China's rapid lifting of Covid-19 restrictions has led to a rapid recovery in the world's biggest domestic air-travel market, throwing a lifeline for the country's 'Big Three' airlines, which have floundered since the start of the pandemic. Billions of dollars have been lost.

According to Chinese aviation data company VariFlight, domestic flight activity recovered to about 65% of pre-pandemic levels, up from only 22% on 29 November - the equivalent of several thousand flights per day returning to the sky. Ticket sales have also increased for the crucial Lunar New Year period in late January, China Aviation Daily reported on Monday, citing data from online travel portal

Ticket prices to popular destinations such as Sanya on Hainan's resort island, and Kunming from major cities including Beijing, Shanghai are expected to return to near normal levels for the Lunar New Year - the world's biggest mass migration before Covid There was a program. workers return to their home villages.

Lunar New Year bookings are expected to hit their highest level in three years, rising to 80% of pre-pandemic levels, said Guo Lechun, an analyst at Quark's data research arm.


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