China Eastern Airlines is expected to hold 65% of its new Kunming-based joint venture with the Yunnan provincial government, with which it signed an agreement Sunday. The government will hold the remainder and is investing both real estate and cash. The new carrier will not fly with CEA's logo or code but will use the green logo of Yunnan Airlines, the predecessor of CEA's local branch company that merged with the larger airline in 2002. It will adopt its own name and flight code. CEA ...

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