Chinese airlines reported Tuesday a more than 10 times jump in net profit to 9.9 billion yuan for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015, compared to 980 million yuan for the year-ago period, due to strong travel demand and lower oil prices.
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To celebrate China's Youth Day, which commemorates the beginning of the May Fourth Movement in 1919, cabin crew for Lucky Air (8L) Monday wore vintage school uniforms instead of their usual unifor...