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New regulations will not ensure flight punctuality | Updated: 2013-08-01 22:18

To ensure flight punctuality, the Civil Aviation Administration of China recently issued a series of regulations, but will they be effective, asked an editorial in Beijing News (excerpts below).

Every traveler who regularly takes a flight must have, at sometime, experienced departure delays.

The CAAC has brought in a series of regulations to combat this.

However, the regulations are far from enough.

Insufficient air routes are partly to blame and without addressing this issue it is difficult to see how punctuality can be improved.

More needs to be done to address the problem. As they say on the ground, only with a wider road can we raise the efficiency of traffic.

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