Airlines around the world are feeling the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. However, in China, the aviation market has taken a drastic turn for the worse. Now, there are domestic flights for as low as $4.
With reduced demand, carriers have largely cut down on flights. However, some air links do continue to operate within China. But, keeping those flights full is starting to be a challenge. Airlines are turning to a familiar playbook: cutting fares.
Chinese domestic flights for as low as $4
The South China Morning Post reports that Spring Airlines, a major low-cost carrier in China, is offering some flights for frequent flier members for as low as 29 yuan, or just over $4, for a one-way ticket.