China turns back Lao Airlines flight for failing to comply with ADIZ rules

A Lao Airlines flight—enroute from South Korea’s Gimhae International Airport to the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR) on July 25—was turned back by Chinese airspace controllers for not having approval to pass through newly imposed Chinese airspace. The flight, QV916, took off from Gimhae on...

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