The number of flights between the UK and China are to soar from 40 each way to 100 in new boost for 'global Britain' after Brexit

The number of flights between Britain and China are to more than double under a new deal struck in London today.
The current cap of 40 passengers flights each way is to be lifted to 100 and British airlines will now be able to plan routes to any Chinese airport - rather than just six today.
Cargo flights between Britain and China will now be unrestricted. 
The Government hailed the new deal as a boost for 'Global Britain' as the UK begins the process of negotiating Brexit from the EU.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: 'This deal is a big moment for the UK. Strong connections with... read more

11 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail

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