Longjiang Airlines is expected to launch its inaugural flight in December to explore the market potential of Northeastern China. The new venture, which is wholly owned by Harbin Xiangyu Co., has a registered capital of CNY800 million ($130 million). It is predicted to operate Airbus A320 and Embraer E-190 aircraft initially and expand its fleet to 30 aircraft by 2020. It plans to place an order for 15 to 20 of the types in the coming days. Vietjet Air to open new China ...

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