China Airspace Still Highly Restrictive

China is making little progress in opening its skies to fixed-wing general aviation, industry officials say, four years after the announcement of what seemed like promising plans for liberalization. When the government adopted a policy in 2010 to encourage general aviation and make airspace...

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