The fourth largest airlines in the world by passengers carried is looking to expand its reach into the UK and Europe.
Smart luggage company Bluesmart is shutting down and selling off its technology, and it has placed blame on the major airlines that adopted a de facto ban of its battery-toting bags.
While the aviation regulator further liberalizes fees, a price supervision mechanism will also be established to record and punish illegal practices.
China Southern has demanded third-party platforms to discontinue seat selection and check-in services, but leaves room for potential future cooperation.
A second source familiar with the matter said HNA is looking to raise funds for the Hong Kong airlines and Temasek is a potential investor.
Norwegian has endured its fair share of struggles in recent years and reported an annual loss of nearly $38.5 million for 2017.
Overseas assets would account for 48 to 65 per cent of all outlays involved in this overhaul, said Hainan Airlines, adding that it would need to consult and discuss with multiple overseas regulators.
Boeing shares fell as low as 6 percent after news China is targeting U.S. planes in tariff plans, but its unclear whether its planes will be affected.
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