CAAC Tightens Rules On Airline Establishment
BEIJING—The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has formally tightened rules on setting up airlines, around five months after it made an unannounced decision to suspend authorizations. Citing safety concerns, the agency said it will severely restrict the number of new airlines it will...
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