This article is reproduced with permission from Deutsche Welle , and the original text is published here Further reading After the epidemic, the demand has increased sharply, and "high-priced air tickets" may become the norm? Bloomberg analysis: Some factors are beyond the control of airlines A look at the border management policies of various countries: Japan and South Korea will not restrict entry from June, and most countries accept "completely vaccinated" entry without quarantine Post-epidemic tourism trend observation: "slow travel", "
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