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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Okay Airways sets sights on freight


Okay Airways, the first privately owned airline in China, held its first cargo flight from Guangzhou to Hangzhou in February to break the dominance of state-owned airlines. The airline will engage in cargo business, and is targeting Hangzhou as its hub. Last November, the Civil Aviation Administration of China awarded Okay Airlines three flights: Shenyang-Tianjin-Qingdao-Hangzhou, Hangzhou-Beijing-Qingdao-Shenyang and Xiamen-Guangzhou-Hangzhou. Liu Jieyin, president of Okay Airlines, said: “The domestic air freight market is increasing quite rapidly. We think highly of this business.” Hangzhou will be the originating point of all Okay Airways flights in the future.

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