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Chinese flag carrier gears up to fly back into Kingdom

Publication date 06 February 2023 | 21:40 | ICT

The Chinese flag carrier, Air China Ltd, is set for an inaugural post-Covid flight to Phnom Penh on the morning of February 7, amid hopes for between one and 1.5 million mainland visitors to the Kingdom in 2023.

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