Air China has secured clearance from the CAAC North China Regional Administration to relaunch its business jet subsidiary, Beijing Airlines, for public passenger transport, which could pave the way for Air China to get a position at Beijing’s new airport, expected to open in 2019. The new entity expands the business scope of Beijing Airlines—which currently operates a dozen various types of business jets—to include Boeing 737-800s to transport commercial passengers on ...

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