Okay Airways, the Tianjin-based carrier that was suspended last month following a dispute between management and shareholders, was approved to resume operations Saturday. According to CAAC, Okay is permitted to operate passenger services from Tianjin to Harbin, Chengdu, Sanya, Kunming via Changsha, Sanya via Zhuhai, Chongqing via Taiyuan and Quanzhou via Nanjing this week. From Feb. 1 it is expected to resume operating approximately 20 routes. It is estimated that the company has suffered a ...

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