Operating In China: Business Aviation Ops Becoming Easier — But Slowly

Ever since a Gulfstream II dispatched by the former Kaiser Steel flight department penetrated the “Bamboo Curtain” in 1979 — becoming the first business aircraft to lay rubber on a mainland Chinese runway — operating in China has represented a challenging enterprise for business aviation. It’s not...

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