Air China (CA, Beijing Capital) , China Eastern Airlines (MU, Shanghai Hongqiao), China Southern Airlines (CZ, Guangzhou) and Hainan Airlines (HU, Haikou) will be the biggest beneficiaries of CNY912million (USD150million) in subsidies the Civil Aviation Administration of China will disburse to local carriers in 2014. WCARN says the subsidies on offer for 2014 are more than double those for 2013 and will be used to develop domestic aviation. China Eastern received the biggest subsidy of CNY211million, followed by China Southern (CNY198million) and Air China (CNY62.1million). Hainan Airlines has been allocated CNY7.8million while its subsidiaries, among them Tianjin Airlines (GS, Tianjin), the country’s biggest regional carrier, and Capital Airlines (China) (JD, Beijing Capital), have secured a total of CNY200million in funding. Smaller carriers, such as Sichuan Airlines (3U, Chengdu Shuangliu), Okay Airways (BK, Tianjin) and Tibet Airlines (TV, Lhasa), were allocated over CNY10million each