China supplies engine oil to its aircraft searching for MH370
The Chinese military has supplied 400 liters of engine oil to its aircraft which are searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the southern Indian Ocean.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
China Southern warns of Q1 losses due to weaker yuan
China Southern Airlines , China's biggest airline by fleet size, has warned it will incur a net loss of between 300-350 million yuan in the first quarter due to foreign exchange losses.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Chinese airlines ain't what they used to be
I'm writing this on a China Southern flight from Sydney to Guangzhou, where I'll have a one-day stopover, thanks to new 72-hour visas issued on arrival for international passengers transiting China for a few days.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights:China Southern Airlines, China...
Chinese markets continued their positive run following a rally by property developers who anticipated easing of restrictions by the government.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
High Speed Rail Eats Into Chinese Airline Profits - And That's Good News
One of the main reasons to build high speed rail in California is to lure passengers away from airlines, which spew huge amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere, and put them onto bullet trains powered by renewable electricity.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Sat Mar 29, 2014
China Southern profit down 24%, as state...
China Southern Airlines, the country's biggest airline by fleet size, said net profit for 2013 fell more than 20 percent, the latest Chinese carrier to be hit by a weak economy and stiff competition.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Malaysian National News Agency
MH370: MAS Talking To Code-share Partner, China Southern Airlines
"That is still in discussion," he told reporters during the routine press conference on the ill-fated aircraft here today.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Chinese airlines caught in forex crosswinds as Beijing eases grip on yuan
Chinese airlines, already grappling with half-empty premier cabins due to Beijing's austerity drive, will be tested next in their ability to hedge against currency risks as China looks set to allow greater two-way swings in the yuan.