The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) is threatening to restrict fleet additions for underperforming airlines, under a new policy designed to raise service standards. The policy raises the possibility that a Chinese airline could take delivery of aircraft, as contractually obliged, but have no immediate right to use them.  Notable among the CAAC’s list of factors that will influence its decisions is on-time performance, a subject of endless dissatisfaction among the ...

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