As uncertainty persists over the future path of COVID 19 airlines with a mix of domestic and international reach, have greatest flexibility in how to respond, says aviation analysts Cirium in a report issued today. Given that travel restrictions have been imposed on a country-by-country basis, Cirium says that short-haul flights mostly run by low-cost carriers and domestic flagship carriers, can be first-to-market when restrictions lift. Cirium cites the example of China, where domestic flight activity has already shown signs of resurgence. Cirium data show that about 5,400 domestic flights per day took place at the end of March in
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