China Eastern Airlines board approved plans to launch a business aviation service company that will provide ground handling and maintenance for private and charter flights, among other services. The new venture will be a wholly owned subsidiary and will require an investment of CNY50 million ($7.3 million). The Shanghai-based carrier noted that it has no plans to purchase any business aircraft for the time being but it did not rule out the possibility of reconfiguring some of its existing ...

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