BEIJING—Xiamen Airlines has established a branch company at Shanghai, increasing its ability to gain service rights at China’s largest city, especially for international destinations. The carrier said it will have 15 aircraft based at Shanghai in 2020, increasing the number to 33 by 2025. The airline carries 2 million passengers a year from the city’s two airports now and plans to lift its business to 7 million by 2025. Xiamen Airlines is basing its hopes for such an ...

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