Chinese Freighter Operations Surge Amid Belly Shortage

Tianjin Airlines A330 passenger aircraft loaded for all-cargo operation.
Credit: Tianjin Airlines
BEIJING—Shortage of passenger-aircraft belly space prompted a surge in mainland Chinese freighter operations in March, even as general airline activity remained depressed, figures from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) showed. In addition, adapted passenger aircraft are operating...

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