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Three US carriers resume direct flight services to China
Published on: 2023-02-15
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Delta Air Lines said on Monday it will resume nonstop services between China and the US on March 3, 2023. Nonstop flights will be operated from Shanghai-Pudong to Seattle and Detroit twice a week, respectively.

It is the third carrier in the US to resume direct flight services to China in the past two months.

United Airlines said earlier that it would restore non-stop service from Shanghai to San Francisco without a stopover at South Korea from January 28.

American Airlines (AA) also said on January 9 that it will resume non-stop flights to Shanghai on March 27, in response to the increasing demand.

The last time American Airlines operated non-stop flight services between Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Shanghai Pudong International Airport was in March 2020, when it was suspended due to the impending pandemic, AA said.

The current summer schedule to China sees American Airlines operating the flight service twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays, utilizing the airline's Boeing 777-200 fleet. Configured for 273 passengers, the widebody will allow the airline to offer approximately 546 weekly seats to Shanghai.







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