U.S. Department of transportation: rejecting the application of China Airlines to increase flights

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 U.S. Department of transportation: rejecting the application of China Airlines to increase flights


The U.S. Department of transportation has indicated to China that this order is only a procedural issue and should not be regarded as an escalation action, the U.S. Department of transportation statement said

Delta said Monday it plans to operate a flight from Seattle to Seoul next week, with a destination in Shanghai. From July, Delta will depart from Seattle and Detroit once a week. United is also seeking to resume flights to China, but did not respond to a request for comment.

It is understood that Delta and United Airlines currently operate Chinese cargo flights. Delta applies for one weekly flight from Detroit and Seattle to Pudong, Shanghai, and United Airlines applies for one weekly flight from San Francisco and Newark Airport to Pudong, San Francisco to Beijing.

Attached is the original statement of the U.S. Department of transportation:

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