International Air Transport
International air transportation refers to the use of aircraft, helicopters, and other aircraft to transport personnel, goods, and mail. The origin, midway, and destination of passengers, luggage, goods, and mail are transported by air outside a country. Mainly on International flight. International flight are established through bilateral air transport agreements between governments. In order to ensure the safety and efficiency of international navigation during transportation, extensive international cooperation and coordination must be carried out in accordance with unified procedures and rules. The International Civil Aviation Organization and regional civil aviation organizations have played an important role in international air transport. China's international air transport began in July '1950, when the Sino Soviet Civil Aviation Company jointly established with the former Soviet Union opened three International flight from Beijing as the starting point to Chita, Irkutsk and Almaty of the former Soviet Union.
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