CAAC implemented its toughest measures yet to combat domestic flight delays, announcing that it will suspend an airline's right to operate a particular flight for one year if the carrier is found to be at fault for a single delay exceeding 4 hr. According to the regulator, the regulation is targeted mainly at domestic airlines operating at Beijing, Shanghai Pudong, Shanghai Hongqiao and Guangzhou. These four airports handle 3,500 aircraft movements daily, accounting for half the country's ...

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