Di­rect flight links Zunyi, Bangkok

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - BUSINESS -

China’s bud­get air­line com­pany Spring Air­lines has launched a di­rect air route be­tween Bangkok and the south­west­ern Chi­nese city of Zunyi, Guizhou prov­ince. An Air­bus A320, coded 9C8722, de­parts from Bangkok at 6:50 am lo­cal time and ar­rives in Zunyi at 10 am ev­ery Fri­day. The re­turn flight leaves Zunyi at 12:45 pm and ar­rives in Bangkok at 3:50 pm lo­cal time on the same day. Chi­nese and for­eign air­line com­pa­nies and a lo­cal air­port to sup­port the open­ing of new air routes. According to the pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment, China South­ern Air­lines re­ceived about 26 mil­lion yuan, the largest amount awarded. The pas­sen­ger through­put of Haikou Meilan In­ter­na­tional Air­port has posted 16 per­cent growth this year. gaso­line de­mand by 2035, according to the oil in­dus­try con­sul­tant Wood Macken­zie Ltd. While bat­tery-pow­ered cars and trucks rep­re­sent less than 1 per­cent of to­tal ve­hi­cle sales, they are ex­pected to take off af­ter 2025 as gov­ern­ments move to tackle pollution and costs fall, the Hous­ton-based an­a­lyst said. launched the 2016 China Animal Hus­bandry Tal­ent De­vel­op­ment Strat­egy Fo­rum in Beijing. The ini­tia­tive will fur­ther pro­mote tal­ent that can lead in­no­va­tion in the de­vel­op­ment of China’s animal hus­bandry sec­tor, in terms of pol­icy di­rec­tion, tech­nol­ogy in­no­va­tion and school-en­ter­prise co­op­er­a­tion. The coun­try’s animal hus­bandry in­dus­try still needs to de­ploy more fi­nan­cial re­sources and tal­ent in this busi­ness to catch up with de­vel­oped mar­kets, ex­perts said. AROUND THE WORLD

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