French leisure airline Aigle Azur will make changes in its operations to and from China and Brazil as it continues with long-haul expansion plans, while maintaining services to its established European and African destinations.  Beijing service, which the carrier began last year, will be reorganized from May to improve connections with partner Hainan Airlines’ network, resulting in a temporary suspension of Paris-Beijing flights while awaiting approval for new slots from Civil ...

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