Beechcraft says it is receiving inquiries from local governments across China keen to establish small airlines to boost local development. Many Chinese cities and provinces have been setting up or planning to set up carriers with 70- to 150-seat airliners. Those contacting Beechcraft, however, are likely to be quite small governments that calculate that their market can support only small aircraft. Beechcraft’s King Air 350i, which is the most likely airframe to be sought by these local ...
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