The chairman of Okay Airways' controlling shareholder Juneyao Group, Wang Junjin, promised Friday that the troubled airline will resume flying "as soon as possible" following a one-month shutdown imposed by CAAC. China's first privately run carrier, launched in 2005, Okay announced last week that it will suspend passenger transport for one month starting Dec. 15 owing to conflicts between Juneyao and airline management. Okay's cargo cooperation with FedEx will continue to operate as ...

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