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Civil aviation sector soars last year

CHINA’S civil aviation sector posted strong growth in passenger trips and cargo transport in 2016, official data showed yesterday. Air passenger trips rose 11.8 percent year on year to 487.8 million ...

February 21, 2017, Tuesday

Mobike rides to new financing

Chinese bicycle-sharing startup Mobike yesterday said it has raised funding in a new round led by Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings and hedge fund Hillhouse Capital, bringing its total new funding...

February 21, 2017, Tuesday

Bullet trains speed ahead

Two bullet trains are seen in Nanning in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The region has built 1,737 kilometers of high-speed rail since 2013 when there were none. It plans to connect all 14 cities in the region by the end of 2020. ...

February 20, 2017, Monday

Wuhan gets first WiFi flight

CHINA Eastern Airlines will officially offer WiFi on a flight between Wuhan, central China, and Sydney, on Monday, company sources said Sunday. This is the first flight from Wuhan to offer its passengers ...

February 19, 2017, Sunday

Air Canada launches direct flight between Shanghai and Montreal

AIR Canada yesterday began operating the first direct flight between Shanghai and Montreal in a bid to cap the increasing demands of Chinese tourists traveling to North America. The airline's Boeing ...

February 18, 2017, Saturday

Juneyao orders 5 787-9s

JUNEYAO Airlines has finalized an order for five Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, valued at US$1.32 billion at list prices. The new order is the Shanghai-based private airline’s first Boeing order and its first ...

February 18, 2017, Saturday

Logistics hold steady in January

CHINA’S logistics activity remained stable in January as the economy showed signs of stabilizing, according to an industry report. The logistics performance index for January came in at 52.5, down 3.5 ...

February 13, 2017, Monday

Shipper sails into US$1.94b loss

A man walks past Maersk shipping containers at Peel Ports container terminal in Liverpool, Britain. Danish shipping and oil conglomerate AP Moller-Maersk registered a net loss of US$1.94 billion in 2016, compared with a profit of US$791 million in 2015, due to write-downs in its oil services division, the company said yesterday, as it announced the chairman would step down....

February 9, 2017, Thursday

China's big plane to fly this year

CHINA’S first homegrown big passenger plane will make its maiden voyage in the first half of this year, the People’s Daily said yesterday, as the country seeks to challenge foreign giants Airbus and Boeing. The ...

February 7, 2017, Tuesday

Qatar Airways flies world’s longest route

QATAR Airways launched the world’s longest scheduled commercial service with its inaugural flight from Doha to Auckland taking off eight minutes early yesterday, a company spokeswoman said. The Boeing ...

February 6, 2017, Monday


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