China's aviation authority to allow more foreign flights after the U.S. bans Chinese carriers

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At the airport Rostock-Laage there are new Airbus aircraft of the type A320, which have been produced for the Chinese market but cannot be delivered at present due to the corona crisis. Nine aircraft are already on the runway, 15 are to be delivered. Regular flight operations at the airport have been suspended.

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China’s aviation authority said Thursday that it would allow foreign airlines to increase flights between the country and other regions from June 8.

The online statement came about 12 hours after President Donald Trump’s administration issued an order to suspend Chinese passenger airlines from flying to the U.S. beginning June 16, with the option to take effect earlier.

The Civil Aviation Administration of China did not directly refer to the U.S. actions in its statement. The new Chinese policy would allow all foreign airlines


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