New Chinese Carrier LJ Air Plans First Service For June
Privately owned Chinese carrier LJ Air expects to begin flying in June, following the expected arrival this month of its first aircraft, an Airbus A321. Based at Harbin in the far northeast of China, LJ is one of four Chinese airlines likely to begin flying in the next two or three months. The...
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