Chinese Municipal Cash Flows to Airlines For New, Increased Services

The biggest airlines have complained to top officials, but Chinese local governments show no sign of ceasing their practice of buying long-haul air connections with subsidies. The eastern city Fuzhou has hung out its offer for 2019, including at least 300,000 yuan ($45,000) per flight for new routes...

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