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Taiwanese lawmakers approve China Airlines rebranding

Taiwanese lawmakers have signed off on a bid to rename the national carrier, China Airlines (CAL), citing confusion among states receiving much-needed medical equipment from the island nation. While the state-owned airline’s branding has been a long-standing point of contention for many of Taiwan’s 23 million residents, local media reported that freighter flights delivering PPE

Beijing scraps 70% of flights amid second wave fears

Beijing Capital and Daxing airports cancelled 1,200 flights on Wednesday, as the government sealed off the city amid a spike in COVID-19 infections.

China’s air cargo capacity bounces back to pre-outbreak levels

The freight capacity of China's aviation industry returned to pre-outbreak levels, as the demand for industrial supplies surges from the world, including medical goods such as protective masks and ventilators.


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