Chinese cargo airline seeks approval for Zhengzhou-based operations

A Chinese company has applied to operate as a cargo airline based at the north-central city Zhengzhou, where the government is striving to build an air-freight industry. The company proposes to use Boeing 737 aircraft, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said in a public notification...

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