More than a week of widespread flight delays in China have ended, with the authorities promising that the military, which caused the chaos, will cooperate in minimizing such disruption. “The capacity reductions at airports in eastern and southeastern China are canceled with effect from Aug. 1,” the Shanghai city government said. An unusually large military exercise forced severe restrictions on services at many of China’s most important airports, including Shanghai Hongqiao ...

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