Under The Budget Radar

Naville, Sane Lanhee Lee
December 2008
Forbes Asia;12/8/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 21, p52
The article reports on the products offered by China's only budget airline, Spring Airlines which sells a lot more than tickets. The plane offers drinks, cookies and credit card cobranded by Spring Airlines and China Construction Bank. It features Wang Zhenghua, the owner of the Spring Airlines, who believes to let people have their dreams of riding an airplane came true. It explores the operation of the Spring Airlines and its operation as well as its owners experience with the airline.


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