China's CAAC Head: US Seeks To Increase Flights Between The Two Countries

Song Zhiyong, the leader of China's civil aviation authority, recently had a meeting with U.S. Ambassador Nicholas Burns in Beijing. They discussed the possibility of significantly increasing the number of flights between the two nations, according to a statement released on Wednesday. Song expressed that the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) is open to U.S. aviation-related businesses operating and expanding in China. 


Previously in August, both the U.S. and China agreed to double the number of passenger flights allowed between them. During a reception, Song reiterated the vision set by President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden at their recent APEC meeting. He emphasized the need to foster a new era of cooperation in civil aviation between China and the U.S. 

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Both Song and Burns elaborated on these discussions, expressing their mutual desire to enhance collaboration in various civil aviation sectors. Song welcomed American aviation enterprises to operate in China and contribute to a brighter future for the global aviation industry. 


He also expressed the hope for a significant increase in flights between China and the U.S., indicating a potential easing of tensions between the two countries after months of global issues.

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