Hainan Airlines has applied to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to open four more intercontinental routes this year, despite cutting international capacity to the US and Europe in September 2017. According to the CAAC, the Haikou-based carrier plans to open the following routes in 2018: 3X weekly Changsha-London Boeing 787 service in March; 2X-weekly Beijing-Edinburgh-Dublin Airbus A330/Boeing 787 service in June; 2X weekly Beijing-Dublin-Edinburgh A330/787 service in ...

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