The twice-delayed opening of the New Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport will be pushed back once more to Aug. 8, as the airport works to resolve problems that prevented the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) from giving the airport an operating license. The airport was initially scheduled to open for operations on June 28 and was then postponed to July 8. According to Zhang Guangming, the mayor of Guangzhou city, more than 200 problems surfaced during the first two ...
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