(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) Some airlines in China are offering dirt-cheap flights in the face of travel restrictions tied to the coronavirus.
A one-way flight from Shanghai to Chongqing on Spring Airlines is going for just $4.10 if the traveler is a member of its frequent flyer club, according to the South China Morning Post. The same airline also offers a 994-mile flight from Shanghai to Harbin for $9.80.
Another Chinese airline, Shenzhen Airlines, has a $14 ticket for a 621-mile flight from Shenzhen to Chongqing, about 5% of the normal cost for that flight.
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