Chinese airlines adopted a new pricing standard that effectively will raise fares by approximately 10%. On April 20, carriers began offering discounts on the base price of the ticket only versus the previous practice of discounting on the full rate comprising the base and floating prices. The new standard has upset many travelers in China, although many discounted fares remain available on airlines' websites. Both Air China and China Southern Airlines denied the new standard was designed to ...

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