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China Aviation Oil's 2022 profit to increase 46%: RHB

A return to pre-pandemic levels, however, could take two to three years.

China Aviation Oil is expected to see a 46% surge in its 2022 profit, according to an update published by RHB.

A rebound of domestic aviation traffic is expected to happen next year, the report pointed out. This is due to a statement made earlier by China's top three airlines, stating that the government’s current travel restrictions could last until next year. 

A return to pre-pandemic levels, however, could take two to three years and is in line with the projected recovery of global aviation traffic.

Previously, aviation passenger volume experienced a 50% year-on-year drop to $22.4m in August.

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