Articles tagged “china eastern airlines”

Airlines

Getting Out of China ‘Was The Right Call,’ Qantas International CEO Says

Just months after returning to Shanghai, Qantas is due to operate its last scheduled flight to the city at the end of July. Cam Wallace tells Skift about the rationale behind the shock move.

Getting Out of China ‘Was The Right Call,’ Qantas International CEO Says

Airlines

China’s New Plane Wins Two Big Orders: Should Airbus and Boeing Be Worried?

With Airbus and Boeing booked up until the end of the decade, will other airlines be tempted to buy these Chinese-built aircraft?

China’s New Plane Wins Two Big Orders: Should Airbus and Boeing Be Worried?

Tourism

Chinese Travel to Middle East Bounces Back to Pre-Pandemic Levels

Chinese travelers are set to takeoff. But before booking, they're double-checking that visa policies are relaxed enough.

Chinese Travel to Middle East Bounces Back to Pre-Pandemic Levels

Airlines

Can China’s New Plane Compete With Airbus and Boeing?

China's state-owned plane maker is presenting the COMAC C919 on the international stage with high hopes of stealing market share from Airbus and Boeing.

Can China’s New Plane Compete With Airbus and Boeing?

Airlines

Spain Expects Increase in Flights From China to Boost Tourism

Although Spanish officials are thrilled about major Chinese carriers boosting service to the country, they're not simply relying on that increase in their quest to attract visitors from of one of its major markets.

Spain Expects Increase in Flights From China to Boost Tourism

Airlines

SkyTeam’s 19 Brands, Explained

As Asia begins to shake off Covid-19, the SkyTeam alliance will have recovery firmly in its sights.

SkyTeam’s 19 Brands, Explained