Chinese carriers are expecting airport charges to rise for international operations following Friday's CAAC announcement that it will adopt a new policy on March 1. The regulator intends to eliminate the discrepancy between the charges paid by domestic airlines and their foreign counterparts. Under the new policy, Chinese carriers will see an increase in the fees they pay to operate internationally while foreign airlines are expecting a reduction in their charges. Currently they are forced ...

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