The UK and China have agreed a deal allowing more passenger flights between the 2 countries, following talks initiated by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin. The deal was announced by the Chancellor at the China-UK Economic and Financial Dialogue in London on September 12, 2014). McLoughlin launched negotiations on improved air links during a visit to China last October. The previous agreement, last updated in 2011 limited both countries’ passenger airlines to a maximum of 31 return services per week in each direction serving up to 6 destinations in each country. The new deal will increase that weekly maximum available to

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