Hainan Airlines became the first Chinese carrier to offer flights to Eastern Europe with the launch of three weekly nonstop Boeing 767-300ER services between Beijing and Budapest, the first direct route linking China and Eastern Europe. Malev Hungarian Airlines will operate a code-share service with Hainan on the route. Haikou-based Hainan is the third Chinese regional airline to have secured the rights to operate flights to Europe, aside from Shanghai Airlines and China Southwest ...

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