Lufthansa will open routes to at least two more Chinese secondary cities, markets that are attractive because of their populations and rising wealth but present great challenges in business development. The announcement will be made on July 8, says a company official. Among Western airlines, only Lufthansa and KLM are flying into Chinese airports other than the three hubs that dominate the country’s long-haul traffic, Beijing Capital, Shanghai Pudong and Guangzhou Baiyun. KLM is ...
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