BEIJING—The eastern Chinese city Fuzhou is offering subsidies of at least CNY300,000 ($44,000) per flight for new routes to most North America destinations as part of a broad scheme to support airlines using its airport. Services on new intercontinental routes to closer destinations will be eligible for subsidies of at least CNY200,000 per flight, according to a policy document for 2019 that the city published Jan. 15. These figures are not remarkable for substantial Chinese cities ...

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