The move will grow Beijing Capital International Airport into a “world-class aviation hub”.
Airport logs fewer than 9 million for first time since 1985.
The new practice is designed to reduce queuing time at security checks and reduce the risk of COVID-19 cross infection.
The liquidator is now looking to sell the company's 37 aircraft and the Merredin Airport that was sold to China Southern Airlines for AUD 1 in 1995.
Changes enabled by a new laboratory, ensuring same-day results and faster response time to penalise carriers bringing in infected passengers.
Across these twenty routes, capacity has grown on average by 17% on last November, reflecting the continuing strong demand in China’s domestic market.
HNA Technology acquired 100% shares of Ingram Micro in December 2016 for USD 5.98 billion, the majority of which was borrowed money from banks.
China’s domestic traffic was down just 1.4% in October compared to October a year ago.
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