China Eastern Airlines received CAAC permission to resume operating from Kunming to Dali and Xishuangbanna yesterday, six months after its suspension resulting from a highly publicized incident in which disgruntled pilots returned outbound flights (ATWOnline, April 21). The regulator also restored CEA's frequencies on six other routes from Kunming owing to its "impressive contribution to Sichuan earthquake relief and rescue efforts." CAAC fined the airline CNY1.5 million ($218,800) in ...

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