Baggage handlers prepare to unload freight from a Virgin Australia aircraft on the tarmac at Brisbane International airport on April 21. The cash-strapped carrier collapsed on April 21, making it the largest carrier in Asia-Pacific yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse Baggage handlers prepare to unload freight from a Virgin Australia aircraft on the tarmac at Brisbane International airport on April 21. The cash-strapped carrier collapsed on April 21, making it the largest carrier in Asia-Pacific yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Baggage handlers prepare to unload freight from a Virgin Australia aircraft on the tarmac at Brisbane International airport on April 21. The cash-strapped carrier collapsed on April 21, making it the largest carrier in Asia-Pacific yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Chinese rescue of Virgin Australia up in air amid HNA debt troubles at home, tighter scrutiny on foreign investment

  • Rescue plan for Virgin Australia remains in doubt as HNA fights fires at home, Australia reviews foreign investment amid pandemic
  • Australian government has final say on Virgin’s revival plan after carrier went into administration proceedings: S&P

Topic |   Aviation
Baggage handlers prepare to unload freight from a Virgin Australia aircraft on the tarmac at Brisbane International airport on April 21. The cash-strapped carrier collapsed on April 21, making it the largest carrier in Asia-Pacific yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse Baggage handlers prepare to unload freight from a Virgin Australia aircraft on the tarmac at Brisbane International airport on April 21. The cash-strapped carrier collapsed on April 21, making it the largest carrier in Asia-Pacific yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Baggage handlers prepare to unload freight from a Virgin Australia aircraft on the tarmac at Brisbane International airport on April 21. The cash-strapped carrier collapsed on April 21, making it the largest carrier in Asia-Pacific yet to buckle under the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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