Chinese regulators want more improvements to air traffic management in the Pearl River Delta, and warn that the five airports in the region cannot reach their potential until reforms are implemented. Progress is being held back by lack of cooperation from the Chinese air force, which has ultimate say over airspace usage, a meeting in Hong Kong between the airports and authorities heard on March 25. “The second runway of Shenzhen Airport will begin operation in 2012, but it impossible ...
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