BEIJING—Air China business aviation subsidiary Beijing Airlines will apply the low-cost model after its imminent conversion to scheduled commercial air transportation, industry sources said. A spokesperson for Air China declined to say what mode of operations would be applied by Beijing Airlines, but three industry sources said it would be the low-cost model. Subsidiaries of Chinese full-service airlines often use the low-cost model without advertising themselves as such, since ...

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