The Battle for Shanghai? - Not yet...

Asia Pacific aviation has come within a whisker of a massive

power struggle between two of its most influential airlines, Cathay Pacific

and Singapore Airlines. Had Cathay Pacific proceeded with plans to team up with

China National Aviation Holding Co (the parent of Air China) to try to block

Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) bid for China Eastern, the region would have

entered a whole new level of gloves-off competition.

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