China Eastern Airlines A320. By Rob Finlayson China Eastern Airlines (MU) parent China Eastern Air Holding (CEAH) reported 2011 net income of more than CNY5 billion ($793 million), a slight increase over a net profit just under CNY5 billion in 2010. Though earnings didn't grow significantly in 2011, MU was able to maintain the large profit jump achieved in 2010 (ATW Daily News, April 1, 2011). Speaking at the company's annual conference, CEAH general manager and MU chairman ...

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