China’s Biggest Airlines Try To Stop Long-Haul Subsidies

Credit: Airbus
The average passenger boarding an intercontinental flight from Qingdao Liuting International Airport in eastern China probably does not know it, but local taxpayers have contributed about $500 to the fare. Indeed, without that subsidy, there would be no intercontinental flight to board there.And...

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