Mainland Chinese airlines’ international traffic growth is galloping ahead of their domestic business this year, with Asian regional destinations leading. Within the Asian expansion, Japanese tourism business appears to be a key factor. For the first five months of this year, Chinese mainland airlines’ domestic passenger traffic, measured as passenger-kilometers, was up 11.7% over a year earlier, according to the latest data available from the Civil Aviation Administration of ...

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