Rapidly expanding Chinese operator Tianjin Airlines is preparing to branch out further with long-haul passenger operations and a standalone freight subsidiary to bolster a strategy of covering secondary and tertiary cities in China’s vast western and northwestern districts, which airline President Xin Di says is proving successful. “Experience over the past two years confirms that the western strategy is working,” says Xin. The airline was launched in 2007 as a Dornier 328 turboprop ...
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