Scheduled flights across the Taiwan Strait are expected to more than treble to 357 per week from 108 in July following third-round negotiations between Beijing's Assn. for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait and its Taiwanese counterpart, the Strait Exchange Foundation, according to Taiwan Aviation Bureau Director Li Longwen. China State Council-Taiwan Office spokesperson Fan Liqing said that both sides are preparing for the negotiations scheduled to start next month. Fan confirmed that ...

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