CAAC said it has adopted measures to curb flight delays in advance of this summer's Olympic Games. According to the regulator, Chinese airlines based in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and other Olympic-related cities are being ordered to have one or two backup aircraft on hand to guarantee ontime performance. Carriers canceling flights during the period must transfer passengers to other airlines and cover their fares in full. From July through September, the regulator will forbid all domestic ...

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