A challenging year for China’s private carriers in 2009

2009 is proving to be a do or die year for China’s private carriers, as they, and other airlines around the world, are confronted by a weak revenue environment and a downturn in traffic volume. The one thing in their favour is the seeming improvement in the local economy, which appears to be translating into a recovery in air travel demand.

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