BEIJING—A new cargo airline is in the process of being established in Changsha in south-central China, aiming particularly at the market for carrying imported seafood. The company, with the Chinese name Beifang Airlines, has been set up, deputy general manager Wang Kuiguang told local media. But there is a difference between setting up the company and establishing it as an airline, for which permission from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) is needed. Since the CAAC ...


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