Chinese carrier Hainan Airlines will consider making a bid for a stake in struggling Malev Hungarian Airlines, and the president of the Chinese carrier expects the carrier to make a decision within the next two weeks. Should Hainan decide to acquire a stake, it will be the first Chinese airline to invest in a foreign carrier. Hainan President Chen Feng said it will also accept Malev's invitation to rebuild the airline if no other foreign carrier buys into the Hungarian flag carrier. ...

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