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China resumes more international flights as COVID cases ebb

Aviation authority looks to increase travel to and from Vietnam, Thailand

An official at CAAC said the regulator is negotiating with other nations to gradually increase the number of international flights to the mainland.   © Reuters

China's aviation regulator looks to increase international flight routes as the nation gradually eases COVID-19 cross-border travel curbs.

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) hopes to increase flights to and from Vietnam and Thailand, according to local sources.

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