Lufthansa will open routes to at least two more second-tier Chinese cities, markets that are attractive because of their populations and rising wealth but present great challenges for 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 ...
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