BEIJING—Private Chinese carrier Juneyao Airlines will begin flying to Cairo late this year as part of its move into long-haul operations, according to an application submitted to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). The airline plans to fly four times a week between Cairo and its hometown, Shanghai, and twice a week between Cairo and Xian with an extension to Shanghai. Juneyao is expected to use Boeing 787-9s; it has ordered five. The first arrived in October, and two ...

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