Cross-Strait flights boosted, even more to come?

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Mainland China and Taiwan have struck a significant agreement to increase the number of flights across the Taiwan Strait from 108 to 270 this Summer. This will also change the designation from ‘charter’ to ‘scheduled’ services, in yet another sign of a warming of relations. Since June 2008, the two sides have reached six milestone agreements on weekend charter flights (which became weekday flights in Dec-2008), tourism, direct shipping, air transport, postal services and food safety.

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