Yangtze River gets into passengers

Hitherto all-cargo Chinese carrier Yangtze River Express Airlines yesterday has gained Civil Aviation Administration permission to operate domestic passenger flights from Shanghai. Yangtze River Express, owned by Hainan Airlines, will operate passenger flights from Pudong International Airport to Sanya, Guiyang and Zhuhai with Boeing 737-800 aircraft. It already has 26 cargo aircraft operating over 40 routes globally.

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