Canada and China signed a new and expanded bilateral air transport agreement this week that provides for a threefold increase in passenger and cargo flights between more city-pairs that can be operated under "more flexible operating conditions" than with the previous agreement. The accord includes possibilities for additional passenger, all-cargo and codesharing services by Canadian and Chinese airlines. It also contains "strong aviation safety and security provisions." Subsequently, Air ...

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