Airline body IATA says Hong Kong has lost global aviation hub status

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Article content DUBAI — International Air Transport Association Director General Willie Walsh said on Wednesday that Hong Kong has lost its position as a global aviation hub due to China’s zero-COVID policy. Walsh was speaking at a conference in Doha…
Airline body IATA says Hong Kong has lost global aviation hub status

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DUBAI — International Air Transport Association Director General Willie Walsh said on Wednesday that Hong Kong has lost its position as a global aviation hub due to China’s zero-COVID policy.

Walsh was speaking at a conference in Doha organized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). (Reporting by Andrew Mills, writing by Alexander Cornwell, Editing by Louise Heavens)

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