The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has approved the launch of Longjiang Airlines in Northeast China. The new venture, which is wholly owned by Harbin Xiangyu Co., has a registered capital of CNY800 million ($130 million). Harbin-based Longjiang Airlines will initially operate an Embraer E-190 on domestic regional routes. It will introduce aviation professionals, including pilots, from Tibet Airlines. Hainan Airlines parent HNA Group is preparing to launch Heilongjiang ...

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