China aviation authorities are believed to be in the final stages of their next step in an airspace redesign that could begin to roll out in early 2014. Whether that rollout will further liberalize airspace – as industry leaders hope – remains to be seen. But industry leaders are encouraged by positive indications that China will continue to move to encourage an expansion of general aviation. China is slowly liberalizing airspace, beginning at very low altitudes of 1,000 meters. ...
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