THE UK and Chinese governments have paved the way to more than double the number of flights between the two countries after an agreement signed this week in London. The deal allows passenger flights to increase from the current max of 40 per week for each nation to as many as 100. Destination restrictions have also been lifted from the current six per country, allowing flights between any two ports in the United Kingdom and China.
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