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I worked at China Eastern Airlines full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Growth well in the North America region. A great follower of other airlines.
Too much politics. If you know how to play around and blow whichever the wind blows, you survive. Doesn't have any benefits. The CEO of the company cuts off every single dime of employees' benefits since he used to be an accountant.
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One of China's three largest airline companies (along with Air China and China Southern Airlines), China Eastern Airlines (CEA) transports passengers and cargo to about 150 destinations in China and foreign cities in more than 20 countries. The carrier operates a fleet of about 250 aircraft, including Airbus and Boeing models. CEA's primary hub is in Shanghai; the company also maintains bases in northwestern and southwestern China. CEA Holding, a company owned by the Chinese government, owns a controlling stake in the airline. In late 2009 the company acquired ...