Chinese City Pays $20 Million Annually Per Long-Haul Service

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BEIJING—A Chinese city government paid local and foreign airlines an average of almost $20 million per route last year to fly intercontinentally from its airport. The figures are in budget data issued by the municipal administration of Qingdao in eastern China that gives unusual insight into the...

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