Australian flag carrier Qantas has been given permission to operate between secondary markets in Australia and China, opening the way for a proposed Jetstar service from leisure destination Gold Coast to China’s Wuhan. The International Air Services Commission—the Australian agency that regulates overseas routes—gave its approval for Qantas to operate between Australian markets other than Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, and Chinese markets other than Beijing, ...

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