Yiwu Airport is officially expanding its scope to become China’s first county level international airport. The airport will first be expanding available routes to include Hong Kong, and there are plans to gradually open routes to South Korea and Dubai.
The move comes as a larger plan to promote business links and tourism to the area.
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