October 2007
Airline Business;Oct2007, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p11
Trade Publication
In this article, the author assesses if the strain of China's move to reform and open up its air transport market is starting to show. The author claims that the Chinese air transport market has undergone dramatic change in its short history. The author reveals that there are concerns of whether the Chinese air transport market is going to the right places. The author says that air traffic control is also an increasingly frustrating problem for airlines flying to and within China.


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