The renaissance of the train threatens airlines and airports in China

China Southern Airlines’ Chairman, Si Xianmin, has warned that emerging competition from China's expanding high-speed train services network is a “major challenge” for the country's airlines and would likely affect the airline business, due to lower prices offered by rail. China is the latest country to see the emerging threat from the renaissance of the train. For airlines and airports alike it is a global issue.

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