The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has granted approval for China Eastern Airlines (MU) to a launch a business aviation company based on the assets of subsidiary China Eastern Airlines Executive Air (CEAEA). CEAEA was established in 1995 as a ground handling company for business jets. The new entity would operate five aircraft and is expected to expand its fleet to 10 this year, according to CEAEA MD Wang Taiping. All major Chinese carriers have been exploring the ...

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