China's first private airline, Okay Airways, completed its maiden flight, marking the end of the government monopoly in civil aviation, state media reported. Okay is funded by private investors from Beijing and Shenzhen with an initial capital of US$36m. China's aviation regulators have approved three other private airlines, which are reportedly preparing to launch.
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