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Air Canada was founded in 1936 and is Canada's national airline and the tenth largest passenger airline in the world. Air Canada operates 1,370 scheduled flights per day to 15 domestic destinations and 81 international destinations in 33 countries. Along with its regional partners, Air Canada serves a total 171 global destinations. Though headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Air Canada's largest flight hub is Toronto Pearson International Airport. Subsidiary divisions include regional service Air Canada Express, Air Canada Cargo, Air Canada Jetz and Air Canada Vacations, offering package vacations to over 90 top tourist destinations.

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  • China Southern Airlines is the sixth largest airline in the world and is Asia's largest. The airline is based out of Guangzhou, and its major hubs are the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and the Beijing Capital International Airport. A relatively young airline, China Southern was established in 1988 and has grown in the decades since to serve 121 destinations. The airline operates domestic China flights and international routes around the world.

  • Xiamen Airlines was the first private airline operating in China. The airline's main hubs are Xiamen, Fuzhou and Hangzhou. Xiamen Airlines operates 210 routes to over 50 major cities including Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Southeast and Northeast Asia.

  • Lucky Air, established in 2004, was originally known as Shilin Airlines. Lucky Air is owned by Hainan Airlines, Shanxi Airlines and Yunnan Shilin Tourism Aviation and operates out of Kunming Wujiaba International Airport in Yunnan Province. In addition to providing domestic China flights from Kunming to Dali and Xishuangbanna, Lucky Air also operates as a cargo carrier.

  • Malaysia Airlines is the flag carrier for Malaysia, operating flights from Kuala Lumpur International Aiport. The airline operates Southeast Asia flights, East Asia flights, South Asia flights and Middle East flights as well as the "kangaroo route" between Europe and Australasia. Trans-Pacific destinations include Los Angeles and Tokyo.

  • Chengdu Airlines, formerly known as United Eagle Airlines, is a Sichuan-based airline that operates out of Chengdu. It is privately owned and was established in 2004, beginning flights in 2005. Today, the airline has a fleet of 11 planes and flies to 15 cities in Mainland China.

  • Grand China Air is owned and operated by Hainan Airlines. The airline operates flights between many Chinese airports and flies international routes to Japan, Korea, Taiwan, multiple destinations in Southeast Asia and parts of Europe.

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