Airlines In China To Receive $239 Million Subsidies For Domestic Regional Operations
The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has published its 2022 budget for domestic regional flight routes, with 54 airlines to receive more than 1.5 billion yuan (US $239 million) in subsidies.
CAAC says in a statement the proposed budget plan is based on civil aviation statistics gathered from 2020’s second half till 2021’s first half. This is in accordance with the relevant provisions on the use and management of the Civil Aviation Development Fund of the Regional Aviation Subsidies Interim Measures, it says.
China Express Airlines will receive the most subsidies, 293 million yuan, it adds.
|China Express Airlines||293 million yuan|
|China Eastern Airlines||258 million yuan|
|China Southern Airlines||194 million yuan|
|Tibet Airlines||156 million yuan|
|Sichuan Airlines||124 million yuan|
|Air China||68 million yuan|
|Tianjin Airlines||66 million yuan|
|Lucky Air||58 million yuan|
|Chengdu Airlines||55 million yuan|
|West Air||48 million yuan|
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