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Airlines Wean Chinese Secondary-City Routes Off Subsidies
October 04, 2016
BEIJING and CHENGDU, China—Across China, airlines are operating or planning intercontinental air services from secondary cities, with temporary financial backing from local governments. This raises a concern that when the subsidies terminate, scores of widebody aircraft will no longer be needed. The...
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