Airlines that fly over the contested East China Sea are so far not seeing their schedules affected by China’s new rules, but they are seeking clarification of those rules. China set new rules Nov. 23 for aircraft flying into what it says is a new air defense identification zone over the East China Sea. China said aircraft flying into the zone must provide a flight plan, identify their nationality and maintain two-way radio communications. The new rules appear to have taken the ...

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