China’s Longjiang Airlines has begun daily Airbus A321 service from Harbin to Hefei and Zhuhai, commencing operations serving the northeast China market. The Harbin-based carrier received approval to launch in July 2014. Longjiang is wholly owned by Harbin Xiangyu Co. with a registered capital of CNY800 million ($116 million). The new venture operates two A320 family aircraft initially and plans to introduce three more A320 family aircraft previously operated by German carrier ...

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