Tianjin-based Okay Airways signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Heilongjiang provincial government to launch two routes to Mudanjiang and Jiamusi from Harbin, part of the carrier's plan to further explore the regional air transport market in North China. Okay Chairman Liu Weining noted that the carrier would allocate two or three MA60 turboprops to Harbin this year to open additional new routes to Jixi, Yichun and Heihe. As of June 30, Okay's fleet comprised 14 ...

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