Chinese carriers at Beijing International. By Rob Finlayson Chinese carriers reported a net loss of almost CNY200 million ($31.6 million) in March, reversed from a collective net profit of CNY1.71 billion in the year-ago month, due to high fuel prices and a decline in cargo traffic. Passenger boardings increased 8.6% to 25.03 million, up 8.3% on domestic routes and 12.8% on international routes compared to the same month in 2011. Cargo traffic dipped 6.1%, up a slight 0.4% on ...

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