Taiwan's aviation authority suspended 31 weekly cross-strait flights on Monday, claiming a different understanding of thelatest agreement that was signed with Beijing in May (ATW Daily News, May 25). The remaining 19 weekly cross-strait flights—14 from Taipei (Songshan airport) to Shanghai (Hongqiao airport ) and five to middle and southern Taiwan—can be operated normally, Taiwan said. According to Beijing's interpretation of the agreement, Chinese carriers were ...

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