MA60. Courtesy, AVIC Tianjin-based Okay Airways (OKA) has applied to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to launch a regional airline and plans to place a firm order for 20 AVIC-produced MA60 turboprops, according to OKA EVP Liu Jieyin. If approved, Liu said the new airline will have a new strategic investor. Local industry analysts said approval remains uncertain since CAAC has raised the standard for new domestic carriers. The MA60 is valued at CNY90 million ($14.2 ...

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