US carriers open new routes to China

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP June 12, 2014 14:20

US carriers open new routes to China

Several US-based airlines have launched flights to new destinations in China.

American Airlines will launch new routes to Shanghai and Hong Kong from its hub at Dallas-Fort Worth this week, Delta plans to launch a non-stop flight between Hong Kong and Seattle next week, and United Airlines launched flights between San Francisco and Chengdu on Monday.

AA’s CEO Doug Parker described the new DFW-Shanghai and Hong Kong routes as “long term investments” for American Airlines.

The new routes are launched against a backdrop of industry concerns after this week’s news of European airlines’ disappointing financial results.

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