China Southern airlines will bid for a greater share of the Chinese market in 2013 by flying 11% more capacity than last year, growing faster than the national traffic target. The carrier, already China’s largest, will boost capacity on highly profitable routes and increase cooperation between its subsidiaries, General Manager Tan Wangeng told the company’s annual general meeting. Internationally, it is focusing especially on Australia and Southeast Asia. For this year, the Civil ...
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