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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

North China regional aviation gets policy support


The North China Regional Administration of the Civil Aviation Administration of China announced that to encourage airlines to increase regional aviation flights, the regional administration would support three aspects: preferential deployment of resources, operation subsidy, and air route protection. NCRA Director Huang Dengke said the agency would carry out the operation subsidy policy and encourage local governments to subsidize airlines. Airlines with newly opened regional air routes will enjoy a two-year protection period. The protection period for unpopular air routes will be longer. This year, the NCRA will put the Beijing Capital Airport, Nanyuan Airport and Liangxiang Airport under a unified management area of Capital Airport Big Airspace. By 2010, approximately 28 airports will be built in the North China area, including 21 regional airports.

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