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New Wave of U.S.-China Routes: What’s Next?

On February 26, the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) released a statement indicating that U.S.-China air service can be increased from the current 70 flights per week to a combined 100 flights per week. Chinese and U.S. carriers will…

Analysis: Chinese Carriers Double Down on the Middle East

Abu Dhabi welcomed its first Chinese carrier in a decade; Doha welcomed its first-ever Chinese airline last year; Cairo welcomed back Hainan and China Eastern, who have not served the country in almost a decade; Istanbul welcomed two new Chinese…

Air China to Order and Receive Six COMAC C919s in…

On December 23, Air China released an announcement stating that the company is seeking to issue more shares to raise funds for 17 new aircraft and fulfill operating liquidities. The 17 new jets consisted of 11 COMAC ARJ21-700 regional jets,…

Why the U.S.-China Market May See a 2024 Shake-up

On November 22, Air China submitted an application to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to cut the Los Angeles stop on its current New York-JFK - Beijing flight. The flag carrier of China previously operated as many as 21…

U.S. Aviation Initiatives Celebrated at APEC Meeting in San Francisco

The civil aviation industry's goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 took another step forward this week at the APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) meeting in San Francisco. Boeing, the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)…