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Aircraft Sales: $61.5B For Airbus

21h seekingalpha
Each year the order battle between the world’s biggest jet maker, Boeing (NYSE:BA), and Airbus (OTCPK:EADSY) (OTCPK:EADSF) attracts a lot of attention. Both jet makers manage to sell and deliver hundreds of jets each year and to me that shows how robust the market is. (54-0)

American, China Southern Slash Codeshare Plan

2018-01-16 aviationweek
BEIJING—American Airlines and China Southern Airlines have almost halved the scale of codesharing planned under a cooperative relationship they established in ... (2-0)

China to ease investment access to aviation industry

2018-01-12 reuters
SHANGHAI, Jan 12 (Reuters) - China will make it easier for state and private enterprises to invest in its fast growing civil aviation industry from Jan. 19, but retain the state’s grip over key airlines and airports in sensitive regions. (2-0)

Xi Schools New Senior Officials ; Financial Regulators Ruin Bankers' Weekend; New Push To Make Cities Safer; A Panopticon Needs "Sharp Eyes"

2018-01-08 nb.sinocism
The big news in the China Western media world is the resignation of BBC China editor Carrie Gracie: (13-0)

Air travel in China is about to get more expensive

2018-01-08 money.cnn
The country's aviation regulator is lifting a cap on how much government-owned carriers are allowed to charge passengers on domestic Chinese routes. (2-0)

Airline shares surge in Hong Kong and Shanghai after China loosens fare controls and yuan strengthens

2018-01-08 scmp
Citi says new policy will increase number of domestic routes that allow market-based pricing, and is expected to boost airlines’ earnings (2-0)

Arctic blast freezes US, Canada amid NY airport chaos

JetBlue airplanes wait at the gates outside terminal five at John F. Kennedy International Airport on January 4, 2018, in the Queens borough of New York City. AFP (2-0)

Hong Kong stocks hit 10-year high; China up on factory activity

2018-01-02 thehindubusinessline
Hong Kong stocks rose to the highest level in over a decade on Tuesday, aided by a surge in property shares as well as China's H-Share full convertibility reform which is generally viewed as positive to Hong Kong-listed Chinese companies. China stocks also started 2018 trading on a bullish note on better-than-expected December manufacturing activity. (2-0)

Chinese stocks rise led by airlines and Shanghai-based companies

2017-12-26 scmp
Shanghai Composite adds 0.2pc, to 3,286.41 by midday close. Every three stocks gained for every two that fell on the gauge. (2-0)

China's Airlines Fly the World Riding on $1.3 Billion Subsidies - Bloomberg

2017-12-21 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (3-0)

Skyteam’s China Southern Steps Up BA Cooperation

2017-12-15 aviationweek
Skyteam member China Southern Airlines, already showing some signs of drifting toward Oneworld, is increasing cooperation with British Airways, an anchor member of that ... (2-0)

Assaults, row and coin tosses: Airlines miss true scale of air rage as millions fly for the first time

2017-12-11 scmp
Airlines worldwide are likely to have “significantly underestimated” the true scale of air rage, as the incidents of unruly behaviour by first-time travellers are probably being underreported in China and the rest of Asia, according to the global aviation industry guild. (2-0)

Delta and Canada's WestJet agree on joint venture

2017-12-06 cnbc
Delta Air Lines has quietly expanded its global footprint over the past few years, buying minority stakes or forming joint ventures on four continents. (7-0)

China suspends flights from Bali to China due to volcanic ash: Report - Channel NewsAsia

2017-12-04 channelnewsasia
SHANGHAI: China's aviation authority has suspended all flights from the Indonesian holiday island of Bali to Chinese cities until the threat of volcanic ash clears, the state-run People's Daily newspaper reported on Monday (Dec 4). (2-0)

Cathay Pacific flies into new territory with flights to Christchurch

When Cathay Pacific flight CX123 lands in Christchurch early tomorrow morning, it will be breaking new ground (8-0)