Qingdao Details Subsidies For New Air Services

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BEIJING—The city of Qingdao, China, is offering airlines up to 80,000 yuan ($12,000) per flight for newly opened international air services to Asia, while also financially encouraging off-peak use of its airport. The city also is promising air-freight forwarders a reward for increased cargo volumes...

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