Chinese airlines, increasingly important players in global demand for commercial aircraft, should return to their customary powerful rates of expansion in the coming year, despite the strange collapse in traffic growth they have suffered in the past few months. A remarkable combination of events has waylaid industry growth, bringing it down from its usual thundering rate of around 15% a year. Passenger numbers in the first five months of the year were only 7.3% higher than a year ...

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