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Continental Airlines introduction

Continental Airlines merged with United Airlines, and ceased operating under the Continental banner in March of 2012. All Continental routes now operate under the United Airlines name, though United has retained many of Continental's domestic and international routes. The four major hubs of the airline remain Newark, Houston, Cleveland and Guam.

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  • 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.

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  • Tianjin Airlines is a Chinese regional airline that operates passenger and cargo flights based out of Tianjin, a city in the northeast region of China. Tianjin Airlines began operating in 2007 and operates a fleet of 74 planes and services 63 individual destinations. It is a subsidiary of Grand China Air Company Ltd.

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