Tianjin-based Okay Airlines, the first private Chinese carrier, is expected to receive its operating certificate shortly. The airline is expected to launch operations in March, and according to the Sydney-based Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, it will be followed by several others, including Spring International Airlines (Shanghai), Eagle Airlines (Chengdu) and Huaxia Airlines (Gansu Province). CAPA said Okay is launching charter passenger services first but "aims to diversify its ...

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