Chinese Offspring

Cantle, Katie
November 2012
Air Transport World;Nov2012, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p60
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the "new enclosure movement" trend in China, wherein major airlines are launching local airlines with different local governments. Among the local airlines introduced were Fujian Airlines, Shandong Airlines, and China Southern Henan Airlines Co. Civil Aviation Management Institute of China vice professor Zou Jianjun states that domestic carriers are seeking cash support from local governments due to slow market demand growth induced by global economic uncertainty.


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