China Flying Through The Air

China Flying Through The Air
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After buying a fleet of six Boeing 747 aircraft, Okay Airways will be China's first private airline - launching by the end of the year, BBC reports. Demand for air...

Guy Brighton
  • 18 october 2004

After buying a fleet of six Boeing 747 aircraft, Okay Airways will be China’s first private airline – launching by the end of the year, BBC reports. Demand for air travel in China is expanding fast as the middle classes take more business trips and holidays. Okay, also known as Aokai, will be soon joined by two other Chinese airlines – United Eagle Airlines and Air Spring – who are also applying for licences.

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