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Chinese airlines increases flights, tariff
FE Report
3/19/2006
 

          China Eastern Airlines, a new aviation operator in Bangladesh, has decided to fly round the week from March 27, responding to an increased demand for China visitors.
The airliner is also raising its tariff, by US$ 30 dollars for Kunming goers and US$ 20 dollars for Beijing travelers.
"We are responding to market demand by starting every day flight from March 27, said acting country manager of the airlines Ben Lee. The airlines began its Dhaka operation last May.
Lee said a customer would fly free to Shenjhen, Guangzhou and Hong Kong from Kunming when he pays US$ 240.
The ticket would remain valid for one month. For a Beijing tourist, tariff has been determined at US$ 490.

 

 
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