A new Open Skies agreement between Australia and China is expected to allow further growth of the already extensive air-service links between the countries. Under the deal, governments “have removed all capacity restrictions” from the Australia-China market, Australia’s infrastructure and transport minister Darren Chester said. In addition, the countries have “liberalized traffic rights and codeshare arrangements,” which will “enable Australian and ...

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