Aviation around the world has slowly shaken off the first huge coronachok of themselves and trying to get a little wind under their wings again.
In China is 80 percent of capacity now back, and at the end of the year is expected around 92 percent of the capacity offered in the chinese domestic market to be back. It informs the Standby.
There's just one problem: There are missing passengers. Many seats are simply empty. It tries several chinese airlines now to find a solution.
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the Solution is called 'all you can fly'. Bl.a. China Southern Airlines recently launched their 'Fly Happily'product, where you can travel unlimited with the company in the whole of China for 3699 chinese yuan, equivalent to 3350 Danish kroner. A fee must be paid at 50 yuan per leg, and the flights must take place between the 26. august and 6. January, writes Standby.
Similar deals have since June been launched by eight chinese airlines. China Eastern Airlines reports that they've sold 100,000 of their rundrejsepas, 'Aircraft as you wish', writes Reuters.
so far seems to be 'all you can fly'-the products only in China.