China's secondary airlines plan long haul growth. 10 airlines to have widebody aircraft. Part 2

Part 1 of this report examined the rapid expansion of China's airlines into international markets in 2015.

This second Part reviews the plans and likely developments in the near term. The second tier airlines reviewed, Tibet Airlines and Shenzhen Airlines are new arrivals on the long haul international scene

Three Chinese airlines – Air China, China Eastern and China Southern – today operate 77% of China's widebody aircraft. But as smaller airlines and secondary airports become more active internationally, the scene is changing. A 37% increase in international passengers carried in the first 8 months of 2015 bears testimony to the potential that is waiting to be unleashd.

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