UPDATE BOEING – China’s Big Three airlines are back in buying mood again. In just an hour or so, China Eastern, China Southern, and Air China announced orders for 292 Airbus A320neo family aircraft on July 1. China’s Big Three buy big with Airbus. Air China has...
Air China, China Eastern, and China Southern Airlines all reported deepening losses for the first quarter of the year. With many cities and regions in strict lockdowns, the Big Three were confronted with a significant drop in traffic. Although restrictions continue,...
China’s three biggest airlines have all reported continued and often even deepening losses for 2021. Air China, China Eastern Airlines, and China Southern Airlines continued to suffer from the country’s strict zero-tolerance Covid policy. As the year progressed,...
Following rising Covid infections in Shanghai, China’s Civil Aviation Administration has decided to shut down Shanghai Pudong International Airport for incoming international flights for a six-week period. Starting coming Monday, March 21 and until May 1,...
China’s three biggest airlines have all reported higher passenger numbers for December compared to November, but the overall trend is down on twelve months earlier. It confirms the rollercoaster ride that Chinese carriers are in as they are confronted with Omicron and...
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