Chinese Travel Group Buys Into Air Belgium To Feed Fliers

Credit: Air Belgium
What to do? Your country’s outbound tourism business is so good that a giant travel agency could set up its own airline to carry customers to Europe. But your civil aviation regulator has suspended consideration of licenses. Well, how about taking a share in a new airline in Europe? That is the...

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