China’s Big Three airlines significantly improved their financial results in Q1, thanks to the unexpected termination of the country’s zero-Covid policy in December. The resumption of (air) travel spurred demand and helped Air China, China Eastern Airlines, and China...
China seems to make progress with the development of its indigenous medium-sized turbofan engine CJ-1000A, which has been spotted doing flight tests. The engine is under development since 2017, with the COMAC C919 specifically in mind. But like the airframe, progress...
UPDATE – The further relaxation of restrictions for travelers into China might seem to be good news at first. But the pace at which the country has changed its strict zero-Covid policy and the sharp increase in infections is a concern for other countries, which...
China Eastern, China Southern, and Air China all reported Q3 losses, the effect of China’s continued strict Covid policy that reduced air travel while at the same time expenses were rising. The carriers already reported losses for the first half year. China’s...
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...
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