Chinese regional airline Okay Airways aims at expanding, with an order for 20 aircraft and a new subsidiary carrier for regional routes that would be open to strategic investors. It plans to order 20 Xian MA60s, adding to five currently in its fleet and two more due in the next few months, Deputy President Liu Jieyin tells local media, adding that Okay is preparing its application to the Civil Aviation Administration of China to set up the subsidiary.


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