Recovery hopes for aviation as more global flights restart


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Several airlines seek to tap growing demand for biz and education travel After a hiatus of more than two years, more international flights to and from China restarted this month after the country's aviation regulator decided to relax rules-this bodes well for the recovery of a sector hurt by COVID-19 and subsequent losses, industry experts said on Friday. Direct flights between China and the United Kingdom resumed on Thursday after a gap of more than 18 months, following negotiations between the Civil Aviation Administration of China and the UK's Department for Transport, the British Embassy in Beijing said on Wednesday....