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Chinese airlines face lower yields after sanctions against S Korea

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Chinese airlines cut 91 China-South Korea routes between August 2016 and 2017, and added just four, data from air travel intelligence firm OAG shows.

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BEIJING'S curbs on travel to South Korea are expected to take some shine off the first-half results of China's top-three airlines, which have slashed seat numbers on flights between the countries amid tensions over North Korea.

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