The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) appears to have changed its policy on how Chinese airlines will be split between Beijing airports after the new Daxing International opens, allowing China Eastern Airlines to maintain Beijing-Shanghai flights from Beijing Capital International. CAAC’s original plan, announced Jan. 3, was for China Eastern and China Southern Airlines, with their affiliate airlines, to move all their Beijing operations to Daxing after that airport opens ...

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