Shenzhen Airlines promised to maintain its operational stability following the Sunday arrest of controlling stakeholder Li Zeyuan, who was accused of economic crimes. Shenzhen President Li Kun has taken charge of the carrier in the interim. Launched in 1995, Shenzhen originally was a state-owned airline but was privatized when Shenzhen Huirun Group and Shenzhen Yiyang Group purchased a 65% share in May 2005. Li Zeyuan holds 89% of Huirun. CAAC and Air China, which holds a 25% stake in ...

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