China’s major airlines report strong revenue gains in 1Q2011

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China’s three major carriers reported strong revenue gains in 1Q2011, based on Chinese Accounting Standards, although only China Eastern Airlines reported net profit improvements. Air China and China Southern Airlines both reported declines in their net profit due to one-time exceptional gains during 1Q2010. All the Chinese carriers that have reported 1Q2011 financial results to-date, including Hainan Airlines and Shandong Airlines, have reported positive net and operating profit margins.

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