Tianjin-based Okay Airways (OKA) is seeking approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to launch a new regional carrier—to be named Longjiang Airlines—with the Heilongjiang local government, as it explores the regional market in Northeast China (ATW Daily News, May 9). “We have submitted our application to the regulator several months ago but so far we are still waiting for green lights,” OKA SVP Liu Jieyin said, without giving details on its ...

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