Looking out from a terminal at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, you might see aircraft of 15 mainland Chinese passenger airlines. They are not equal. Four are locals, with privileges. Two are special guests, with fewer privileges. And the others are merely guests and therefore have a strictly limited access to the air transportation market of China’s largest city. Soon there will be a fifth local. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has authorized HNA Group ...

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