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Qatar Airways and IAG deepen ties

Qatar Airways said yesterday it has bought nearly 10 percent of the parent company of British Airways and Spain’s Iberia, deepening wealthy Qatar’s business ties to Europe and raising competition with...

January 31, 2015, Saturday

Behaving Kuaidi Taxi users get rewards

Passengers with good credit records are allowed by Kuadi Taxi to pay their taxi fares 20 minutes later after the trip, the Alibaba-invested firm, one of China’s top two taxi-booking mobile app providers,...

January 31, 2015, Saturday

Tianjin plant assembles 207 A320s

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (left) and Airbus Chief Executive Officer Fabrice Bregier visit Airbus factory in Tianjin yesterday. Airbus delivered 153 new aircraft to Chinese carriers in 2014, accounting for 24 percent of its total deliveries last year, the company said yesterday. By the end of 2014, Airbus’ Tianjin plant had assembled a total of 207 A320s since it began production in 2008. They currently produce four aircraft per month. Valls will meet his counterpart Li Keqiang and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing during the three-day trip. ...

January 30, 2015, Friday

Garuda Indonesia plans monthly chartered flights

Garuda Indonesia Airlines plans to fly monthly charters from 10 Chinese cities this year to tap a “potential 100 million travelers,” president and CEO M....

January 30, 2015, Friday

Contract for 20 C919 jets

The Commercial Aircraft Corp of China (COMAC) yesterday won a contract for 20 C919 jets from Huaxia Financial Leasing, the leasing unit of Huaxia Bank....

January 30, 2015, Friday

Cruise operator joining up with CMG

US cruise operator Carnival Corp signed a memorandum of understanding with China Merchants Group yesterday to explore the possibility of two joint ventures to tap into the country’s cruise industry....

January 28, 2015, Wednesday

Dubai flying high as busiest airport

A plane passes next to the Emirates Airlines terminal at Dubai International Airport. The airport was the world’s busiest for international passenger traffic last year, it announced yesterday, taking the title for the first time from London’s Heathrow Airport, which has been running into capacity constraints. The Dubai airport’s operator said 70.5 million passengers passed through it last year, up 6.1 percent from 2013 and compared with around 68.1 million for Heathrow. ...

January 28, 2015, Wednesday

CNR, CSR clinch US$7.3b train deals

China CNR Corp and CSR Corp , China’s two top trainmakers, have signed deals worth 45.41 billion yuan (US$7.3 billion) with Chinese and foreign firms....

January 27, 2015, Tuesday

SF Express raises prices by 2%

Delivery vehicles of SF Express are parked beside an office building in Beijing. Shenzhen-based SF Express, China’s largest private express company, yesterday announced a price increase of 2 percent on average in its courier services, to be effective on Sunday. ...

January 27, 2015, Tuesday

Tap FTZ to attract more shipping HQs

Shanghai should leverage reforms and innovations in its pilot free trade zone to attract more shipping companies to set up their headquarters, the Shanghai Committee of Chinese Peasants and Workers Democratic...

January 26, 2015, Monday


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