China’s third budget airline, 9 Air, will begin flying in about two months, targeting tourists and laborers with flights operated using three leased Boeing 737s. The aircraft, eventually to be followed by 50 737s for which the carrier signed a conditional purchase agreement in May, will be fitted for 189 passengers in an all-economy arrangement. With Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport chosen as a base, the Juneyao Airlines offshoot has been promised support from the Guangdong ...
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