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Air China Ltd (0753.HK)

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Thu, Aug 30 2018

Air China plans to sell cargo stake, first-half profit rises

SHANGHAI Air China Ltd said it would sell a 51 percent stake in Air China Cargo to a sister unit for 2.44 billion yuan (274.47 million pounds) to focus more on its passenger unit, as it reported a 4.3 percent rise in first-half profit.

UPDATE 1-Air China plans to sell cargo stake, H1 profit rises

SHANGHAI, Aug 30 Air China Ltd said it would sell a 51 percent stake in Air China Cargo to a sister unit for 2.44 billion yuan ($357 million) to focus more on its passenger unit, as it reported a 4.3 percent rise in first-half profit.

CORRECTED-Air China plans to sell cargo venture stake to sister unit for $357 mln

SHANGHAI, Aug 30 Air China Ltd on Thursday said it plans to sell a 51 percent stake in Air China Cargo to a sister unit for 2.44 billion yuan ($357.16 million), and would focus more on its passenger operations.

Air China flight returns safely to Paris after suspected terrorist threat

HONG KONG An Air China flight returned safely to Paris after receiving a suspected terrorist threat, the airline said on Thursday.

Air China flight returns safely to Paris after suspected terrorist threat

HONG KONG, July 26 An Air China flight returned safely to Paris after receiving a suspected terrorist threat, the airline said on Thursday.

China clips Air China's wings after descent scare

SHANGHAI China's aviation regulator will reduce Air China's Boeing 737 flights by 10 percent and cancel licenses of the pilot and co-pilot involved in an emergency descent last week, in a move analysts say could push the airline to cut some routes.

China clips Air China's wings after descent scare

SHANGHAI China's aviation regulator will reduce Air China's Boeing 737 flights by 10 percent and cancel licenses of the pilot and co-pilot involved in an emergency descent last week, in a move analysts say could push the airline to cut some routes.

UPDATE 2-China clips Air China's wings after descent scare

* CAAC said incident was linked to co-pilot smoking e-cigarette

China cuts Air China's flight hours, launches safety review after incident

SHANGHAI, July 18 China's aviation regulator will cut Air China's flight hours for its Boeing 737 fleet by 10 percent and cancel the licences for the pilot and co-pilot involved in an emergency descent incident last week, Chinese state television said.

Air China flight's sudden descent linked to co-pilot smoking - state media

SHANGHAI An emergency descent by an Air China aircraft after cabin oxygen levels dropped has been linked to a co-pilot smoking an e-cigarette during the flight, state media said on Friday, citing China's aviation regulator.

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