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Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) publicized the newly revised International Air Traffic Rights Resources Allocation and Use Management Methods on May 14, mainly focusing on the resources of international flights for domestic airlines. The new version opens and regulates a series of international air traffic resources, especially navigation rights.