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Old May 16th, 2020, 10:13 PM posted to,,,soc.culture.china,talk.politics.misc
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Default Defunct airlines during and right before the Kung Flu

"Phantom_View" wrote in message

I heard that they often make more profit from the cargo in
the belly than they do from the passengers sitting above.
Cargo is lucrative, especially now that consumers just
expect near-instant delivery.

But can cargo sustain ALL the airlines ? I doubt it. A few
are going to implode and that will be that. New carriers
will appear to replace them once the market is in shape to
support large-scale travel again.

The Yellow Peril is milking this for all it's worth: