Challenges facing China’s airlines, Issue 42 Aug/Sep 2005

Issue 42 Aug/Sep 2005

Despite well-publicised high traffic growth rates, China’s airlines are
having to deal with high levels of competition, high fuel price and a
revalued currency. It is only because of a consolidated and merger policy
by the CAAC that China’s main carriers have returned to profitability.

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