BEIJING – The Chinese air transport sector’s move into budget aviation is gathering strength, with China Eastern setting out plans for a low-cost carrier while Hainan Airlines plans widespread adoption of the model by its subsidiaries. Air China, meanwhile, is looking at converting one of its subsidiaries into a budget carrier. Beijing-based China United Airlines will convert itself into a budget carrier, it and parent China Eastern said on July 2, confirming Aviation ...

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