The China Southern Airlines’ subsidiary to be based at Beijing Daxing International Airport—Xiongan Airlines—has completed preparations to begin operations and has applied for a license for public air transportation. Detailing the carrier’s progress, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said it authorized the new company to accept three Airbus A320 family aircraft transferred from China Southern. Xiongan is a satellite city under ...

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