China Eastern Airlines plans to add more flights from its Shanghai hub to Sydney and Melbourne by November if its proposed tie-up with Qantas Airways is approved by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). In March, the regulator issued a draft determination intending to block the proposed alliance between China Eastern and Qantas, as ACCC noted both carriers would benefit from “increased ability and incentive to limit capacity and/or increase airfares on the ...

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