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More than 10 Chinese carriers have begun flying since Beijing's aviation regulator relaxed a six-year suspension on new airlines licenses in 2013. They now operate or have ordered at least 100 jets made by Europe's Airbus, Boeing of the US and Brazil's Embraer. Photo: Reuters.
More than 10 Chinese carriers have begun flying since Beijing's aviation regulator relaxed a six-year suspension on new airlines licenses in 2013. They now operate or have ordered at least 100 jets made by Europe's Airbus, Boeing of the US and Brazil's Embraer. Photo: Reuters.

China’s surging domestic travel stokes boom for carriers

Surge in airline startups as Chinese regulator cuts red tape means a boom in new aircraft orders and happy days for pilots

November 1, 2016 8:59 AM (UTC+8)
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