An Air China plane was forced to make an emergency landing Sunday morning, after a man hijacked the plane with a pen. Air China flight CA1350, which took off from Changsha, Central China’s Hunan Province and was bound for Beijing, was forced to land in Zhengzhou, the capital of central...
China is set to unveil this year the world’s longest cross-sea bridge, connecting Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China. The crossing, which took seven years to complete, is 55km-long and six lanes wide, comprising of of four tunnels and four artificial islands.
Falls hit central and eastern China, bringing chaotic (and often beautiful) scenes. Read More
Wei Jianguo is the real life, Chinese version of Viktor Navorski, Tom Hanks’ character who took residence in an airport in the 2004 comedy-drama film “The Terminal”. Well, almost.
China Airlines yesterday reiterated its commitment to aviation safety after a pilot, who was fired by the airline for failing four alcohol tests in one day, threatened to mobilize the Taoyuan Pilots’ Union to go on strike.
Day two of Beijing’s first-time red alert for “fog” The Chinese capital issues its highest red fog alert for a second day on Wednesday, keeping highways closed in and around the city which is already under a smog alert after weeks of choking winter pollution. Graham Mackay reports.
Coca-Cola workers in three Chinese cities have gone on strike following the company’s announcement that it will sell off its bottling operations in the country. The company announced that it will divest its bottling stakes in China last Thursday between … News story posted on 2016-11-24T14:16:00
Airlines flying in China must pay compensation to passengers for delays and cancellations: regulators
Chinese and foreign airlines operating on the mainland must pay financial compensation to passengers whose flights have been delayed or cancelled, Chinese traffic regulators say.
An unprecedented strike at Taiwan’s China Airlines ended after less than 24 hours late on Friday night after the management agreed to all demands by the flight attendants union over improving their working conditions and benefits.
OVER 400 flights were canceled and some 200 were delayed at Shanghai’s Hongqiao and Pudong airports yesterday due to inclement weather sweeping across east China, the Shanghai Airport Authority said. The air traffic controller issued a red alert, the highest of its four-tier alert system, for both airports from noon...