Copenhagen to see more Chinese tourists

Beijing Capital Airlines to launch two routes in September
An airline has asked the Chinese authorities for permission to launch two new long-haul routes, between Hangzhou and Copenhagen from September 3 and Beijing and Copenhagen from September 6.
Chinese aviation authorities have until June 10 to register any objections to the routes, requested by Beijing Capital Airlines. The carrier wants to fly each route once a week with an Airbus A330 aircraft, leasing the plane from its parent company Hainan Airlines.
The airline intends the routes to be for Chinese leisure tourists, as seats will primarily be sold as part of package deals. Just a few seats per flight will be offered in free sale.
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