The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) is considering tripling the number of international flights allowed to depart the country from the start of June. The CAAC’s deputy director, Li Jian told China News that the current maximum number of international flights of 134 a week under restrictions imposed on March 26 would be increased to 407 a week from June 1. Li did not say on which carriers would be operating the expanded flight schedule. Chinese carriers are allowed to fly just one flight a week on one route to any country, while foreign airlines have been allowed to operate

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