The launch of Chinese cargo airline Jade Cargo International has now slipped several months, after the joint venture partners -- Lufthansa Cargo, a German foreign investment bank and Shenzhen Airlines -- failed to reach an agreement on what type of aircraft the startup shipper will operate. Airline management had hoped for a February start date to begin scheduled flights, but now that date could be pushed back until the summer, executives at Lufthansa Cargo confirmed. The ...
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