China last week raised the domestic fuel price by CNY300 ($43.86) per ton, which is expected to result in a CNY2 billion increase in annual operating costs for the airline industry, according to China Securities Co. aviation analyst Li Lei. Fuel accounts for more than 40% of Chinese carriers' total operating expenses. According to Li's estimate, China Southern Airlines will suffer a CNY760 million profit reduction since 80% of its route network is domestic. China Eastern Airlines' bottom ...

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