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A big year ahead for Hainan Airlines

A fourth pillar of Chinese aviation is rapidly emerging. Grand

China Airlines, a company established in 2004 as the vehicle to merge the major

aviation assets of Hainan Airlines, Xinhua Air, Changan Air and Shanxi Air,

has cleared a major hurdle in receiving its operating licence from the CAAC.

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