Temporary Airways Underpin Chinese Traffic Growth

BEIJING — Temporary paths, made available from day to day at military discretion, now account for a quarter of China’s airways, helping to alleviate pressure in a system where traffic is growing faster than available airspace, civil aviation officials say. Allocation of temporary airways, introduced...
Bradley Perrett

Bradley Perrett covered China, Japan, South Korea and Australia. He is a Mandarin-speaking Australian.

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