China's Domestic Uplift Offsets Weak International Demand

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China is already using more jet for domestic flights than it did before the pandemic, but barely half as much fuel for international air travel. International flights to and from China are still missing despite the country reopening its borders, with their return the key to global aviation's full recovery.

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