China Southern Airlines is applying for another capital injection from the government, according to Chairman Si Xianmin. Beijing gave the airline CNY3 billion ($438.7 million) last year (ATWOnline, July 30). "We hope to get more government capital, but we don't have the final say," Si said. The domestic market is showing signs of recovery and Si predicted the rate of growth will increase toward year end. On Friday, CAAC reported that August passenger boardings were up 41.6% year-over-year ...

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