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Re: CAAC rolls out game-changing policies abandoning “One Route One Carrier” restriction in a gradual manner

Fri Apr 26, 2019 6:15 pm

SeanM1997 wrote:
China Southern have today applied to the CAAC for 7x weekly flights between London and Beijing Daxing (PKX) from September 2019 - https://twitter.com/SeanM1997/status/11 ... 1734554624

Note: CZ's route application say "It have already been allocated before"
Actually, come to think of it, was it referring to the allocation dated more than a decade ago, back before CZ get their A380, when they were told that they will get the right to fly between Beijing and London?
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Re: CAAC rolls out game-changing policies abandoning “One Route One Carrier” restriction in a gradual manner

Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:54 pm

It seems that Tianjin Airlines are cutting Tianjin-Chongqing-London Heathrow and Beijing Capital Airlines cutting Qingdao-London Heathrow as all other China flights are on sale for Winter 2019. Can anyone verify these observations?

Also, does anyone have any news for China Eastern Shanghai/Kunming-London or Air China Beijing-London?

Finally, Chengdu-London for W19 is still saying LGW. Will this be moving to LHR?
 
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Re: CAAC rolls out game-changing policies abandoning “One Route One Carrier” restriction in a gradual manner

Tue Aug 20, 2019 2:30 pm

https://m.weibo.cn/5227458836/4407302923218730

CA will begin 4x weekly A359 PVG-LGW service on Nov 2, 2019.

Hence PVG-LON will become the 1st ever intercontinental longhaul route with duplicate service by Chinese carriers since the revised “One Route One Carrier” policy took effect in Oct 2018

CAAC seems to have returned to its old despotic self (a leopard can’t change its spots anyway), picking up its blatantly hideous“black box” practice again re popular international traffic rights allocation by abandoning any public notice of official approval in the regard at all, only to shelter the so called “flag carrier” CA, which has been ridiculed as the “biological son” of CAAC by many Chinese netizens (or more sarcastically, some say the reverse is more true) :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown:

That’s pathetic and despicable.
 
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Re: CAAC rolls out game-changing policies abandoning “One Route One Carrier” restriction in a gradual manner

Tue Aug 20, 2019 6:33 pm

Zoedyn wrote:
That’s pathetic and despicable.


LOL, the CA hate is strong with this one. You just can't help it, can you? While I appreciate your frequent and informative posts about Chinese Aviation, I could do without your strong pro CZ and anti CA bias.
 
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Re: CAAC rolls out game-changing policies abandoning “One Route One Carrier” restriction in a gradual manner

Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:00 pm

Zoedyn wrote:
Hence PVG-LON will become the 1st ever intercontinental longhaul route with duplicate service by Chinese carriers since the revised “One Route One Carrier” policy took effect in Oct 2018


I believe PVG-FRA is already being served by both CA and MU
 
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Re: CAAC rolls out game-changing policies abandoning “One Route One Carrier” restriction in a gradual manner

Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:45 pm

Yossarian22 wrote:
Zoedyn wrote:

Routes out of mainland China (HK, MO, TW not included) to destinations in the Americas, Europe (excluding Russia), Oceania/Africa are classified as Category II international long-haul routes subject to certain restrictions

Few things make me angrier than the CCP behaving as if it should be the legitimate government for Taiwan.


I think it will be, eventually, when and if China mellows, as it has mellowed quite a bit since the Great Leap Forward. So you favor Chiang Kai-shek and the Kuomintang? Not much in the world nastier than those two.

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