China Eastern A330-200. Photo: Roger A. Payne China Eastern Air Holding Co. posted a net profit of CNY2.21 billion ($326.7 million) in the first half, more than tripling its profit of CNY600 million reported in the prior-year period. According to CEA’s filing released to the Shanghai Stock Exchange, the profit jump was owing to rebounding domestic market demand and traffic stimulated by the Shanghai World Expo. The company’s load factor reached a 10-year high of 80% in ...

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