China Equity Group yesterday revealed additional details of its plan to re-launch East Star Airlines, including its intention for it and its partners to hold 70%-80% of the reorganized carrier with debtors holding the remainder (ATWOnline, Aug. 24). East Star Group currently owns the largest share (40%) while GECAS, China National Aviation Fuel Co. and several airports are the debtors. At a hearing yesterday in Wuhan local court, government officials continued to insist that East Star should ...

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