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Article Title:  China Air Traffic Congestion Worsened by Military Control
By Jasmine Wang | May 16, 2013

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What’s happening to Chinese air travel:

Air China Ltd. (601111), China Eastern Airlines Corp. and China Southern Airlines Co. (1055) have expanded their fleet as economic growth spurs air travel demand in the world’s most populous nation. The country is expected to have 4,200 commercial aircraft in 2020, compared with the current fleet size of 2,001 with 46 airlines, CAAC’s Li said.

Increase in Chinese air travel hopes are dependent on a breakthrough:

“People are hoping that the country’s new leadership can have a breakthrough in getting more airspace released to accommodate the rapid growth,” said Kelvin Lau, a Hong Kong-based analyst at Daiwa Securities Group Inc. “Otherwise, delays will persist and hurt the airlines’ long term growth prospects.”

Chinese air travel growth is running into serious delays caused by the Military:

Still, the pace isn’t quick enough to catch up with the airlines’ growth as the number of annual passengers has more than doubled in the past seven years, said David Wei, an aerospace analyst with Shanghai Securities Co.

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Reference:
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-16/china-air-traffic-congestion-worsened-by-military-control.html

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