Two Privately-Owned Chinese Carriers Approved To Serve Taiwan Market

In a possible sign of further liberalization of its commercial aviation sector, the Chinese government has permitted two privately-owned airlines to join the busy Taiwan market. The country’s leading budget carrier, Spring Airlines, says that from Oct. 27 it will operate three weekly flights between...

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