Chinese airlines are cutting prices to compete with high-speed rail

06/30/2011 | Air Transport World

Chinese airlines are competing with the country's new Beijing-to-Shanghai high-speed rail line by cutting ticket prices, boosting capacity, simplifying the boarding process and improving service. The Beijing-Shanghai train service is expected to affect air passenger traffic by as much as 20% over the first six months of operation.

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