Hungary, China discuss possible direct flight launch

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Hungaryʼs government commissioner for tourism Gusztáv Bienerth discussed the possible launch of a direct flight between Hungary and China at talks with Liu Peng, the special representative of Air China, the Hungarian Tourism Agency said yesterday, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

During his trip to China, Bienerth also met with Li Jinzao, the chairman of the China National Tourism Administration and signed a memorandum of understanding about cooperation between the touristic companies, organizations and institutions of Hungary and China.

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