China’s domestic airlines are starting to bounce back with the easing of restrictions according to Flightradar24.
From the start of March, the number of domestic Chinese flights has made tentative increases, stabilizing at around 50 percent of 2019 volumes.
From late last month, the Chinese Civil Aviation Authority had notably resumed civil aviation flights from Hubei province.
However, Flightradar24 says the recovery has not registered on the international markets because of the continuing travel restrictions around the world.
On Thursday at 1.05 pm AWST, there were 3051 commercial aircraft flying around the world.
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