The UK and Chinese governments have agreed to more than double flights between the two countries as part of a new bilateral agreement. The number of flights between the UK and China was restricted to 80 per week (40 by airlines from each country) but this will increase to 200 flights per week (100 for each country). There also will be unlimited cargo flights. The agreement comes as the UK attempts push to boost tourism and trade in the wake of the British electorate’s June vote to ...

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