Airlines flying between mainland China and Taiwan will be permitted to add 100 weekly cross-straits flights as well as two destinations beginning June 14 under an agreement reached May 22 between aviation authorities in Beijing and Taipei. The new destinations are Shanghai Hongqiao and Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei Province. Currently, direct flights between Shanghai and Taipei must be operated to/from Shanghai Pudong. Under the agreement reached Saturday, two daily roundtrips between ...

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