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Demand For Foreign Pilots Takes Off

Chinese airlines are recruiting more overseas pilots as the aviation market expands. Pilots say they enjoy the work, and records show their salaries are one reason why.

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Tourists worried over Guam threats

The recent escalation in threats from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea against Guam worries Chinese tourists looking to get a taste of America relatively close to home.

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C919 could compete with Airbus, Boeing: US analysts

China’s homegrown C919 passenger plane completed its first public test flight earlier this month, and US aviation experts say that eventually the narrow-body jet could compete with the updated Airbus 320 and Boeing’s new generation of 737 planes.

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United could feel impact of passenger removal in China

Two days after an Asian passenger was forcibly dragged off a United Airlines plane at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and video of the incident spread globally across social media, travel industry and marketing analysts said that United’s reputation has been damaged and the incident could have an impact on the carrier in China.

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Airlines continue global linkups

China Southern Airlines Co signed an agreement on Tuesday to sell a minority stake to American Airlines Group Inc for $200 million, in a deal which links top carriers in the Asian and US markets.

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American Airlines eyes better access to China market: analyst

American Airlines’ reportedly seeking to acquire a stake in China Southern Airlines may be sparked by the world’s largest airline wanting better access to the world’s largest passenger market and industry competitive pressures, according to an analyst.

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