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Shanghai Airlines

Shanghai Airlines introduction

Shanghai Airlines, which is a subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines, operates a comprehensive domestic network and international network, with flights to many cities in China and international flights to Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Australia, India, the Philippines, Vietnam. Cambodia and Hong Kong, in addition to other international destinations. The airline was founded in 1985 and flies a fleet of 67 planes to 140 destinations.

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