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China's 'all you can fly' deals risk cutthroat price war

10 airlines offer unlimited flight passes to fill seats

Sichuan Airlines flight attendants serve passengers on a domestic flight.   © Reuters

GUANGZHOU -- Demand for air travel within China has picked up, but airlines have had to engage in a costly battle for customers by offering all-you-can-fly tickets.

Shi, a 31-year-old Shanghai resident, has visited over 10 cities on a single 3,322 yuan ($480) ticket from China Eastern Airlines. The deal allows for unlimited flights on weekends.

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