China's Secondary Airports Offer Capacity, But Profits Can Be Elusive

Credit: Rob Finlayson
How long will the enthusiasm of Chinese airlines and non-Chinese airlines for opening international routes that use China’s secondary cities last? In recent years, it has become a growing trend for Chinese carriers in particular to speed their international expansion plans. It is predicted that the...

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