BEIJING, VIENNA—The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) is offering to reward foreign airlines with more and better runway slots if they move to Beijing Daxing International Airport, due to open in September. Foreign airlines have begun declaring plans to fly from the new facility, some taking advantage of opportunities to increase service frequency. Working to make the new airport a success, CAAC said it has acquired some international route rights for Daxing and is making ...

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