State company Český Aeroholding plans to use almost CZK 38 million in incentives to support a proposed direct air route between the Czech Republic and China, a Czech Ministry of Transport spokesperson said after a meeting of Czech and Chinese officials on Wednesday. A condition for any airline that expresses interest in the route is a commitment to four flights a week for a period of at least five years. The City of Prague and Czech Tourism also plan incentives for a route that would increase the number of Chinese visitors.
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