CAAC announced (24-Oct-2012) that during the 2012/13 winter schedules, China’s 32 carriers will operate 45,140 domestic flights per week including 44,174 passenger services and 966 cargo services. According to CAAC, 17 domestic carriers will operate 4874 international services to 128 destinations across 53 countries per week. There are also 113 foreign carriers from 58 countries operating from 113 destinations to 36 cities in China, operating 4516 flights per week. During the period, Chinese carrier will launch 15 new international services including 11 passenger routes and four cargo routes. [more – original PR – Chinese]
CAAC: Chinese carriers to operate 50,000 weekly services, foreign carriers 4516 services in winter
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