In Pictures: China expecting record number of travellers during Golden Week

The eight-day holiday begins on Thursday (Oct 1), the start of the Mid-Autumn Festival, and also the country's National Day.

People queue up to check in for domestic flights ahead of the country's national "Golden Week" holiday at Beijing's Capital International Airport, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: AFP
People queue up to check in for domestic flights ahead of the country's national "Golden Week" holiday at Beijing's Capital International Airport, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: AFP
People queue up to check in for domestic flights ahead of the country's national "Golden Week" holiday at Beijing's Capital International Airport, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: AFP
A worker wearing full protective gear watches a monitor that reads passengers temperatures at a security checkpoint ahead of the country's national "Golden Week" holiday at Beijing's Capital International Airport, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: AFP
A girl wearing a face mask sits on top of a bag as she travels with relatives ahead of the country's national "Golden Week" holiday at Beijing's Capital International Airport, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: AFP
Passengers wait in the departure hall of Hongqiao High-speed Railway Station in Shanghai, China, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: BLOOMBERG
Passengers wearing protective masks carry their luggage through the main hall of the departure hall of Hongqiao High-speed Railway Station in Shanghai, China, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: BLOOMBERG
Passengers wearing protective masks stand in line at ticket counters in the departure hall of Hongqiao High-speed Railway Station in Shanghai, China, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: BLOOMBERG
Passengers wait in the departure hall of Hongqiao High-speed Railway Station in Shanghai, China, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: BLOOMBERG
Passengers wait in the departure hall of Hongqiao High-speed Railway Station in Shanghai, China, on Sept 30, 2020. PHOTO: BLOOMBERG

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