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Emirates introduction

Emirates was established in 1985 and is based in Dubai and is the largest airline in the Middle East. It serves six continents, 72 countries and over 120 cities around the world with over 2,500 weekly flights. The airline is wholly owned by Dubai's government and operates a fleet of 177, most of which are the Boeing 777. Emirates main international destinations are in India, the UK and the United States. It also operates international flights to China, including flights to Guangzhou and flights to Beijing. The airline is also known for their sponsorship of London's Arsenal Football Club, whose shirts read, "Fly Emirates."

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  • Known for its destinctive kagaroo logo, Qantas Airways, or simply Qantas, is Australia's largest airline and has their hub in Syndey. Within Australia, Qantas operates Gold Coast flights, Melbourne flights, Sydney flights, Canberra flights and more. Internationally, Qantas offers flights to destinations in Europe, Asia and the Americas including Singapore flights, New York flights and London flights.

  • Hebei Airlines, formerly branded Northeast Airlines and based in Shenyang, has flights from Shijiazhuang, Hebei, their main hub, as well as other China flight routes. The ambitious airline is also looking to add international flights.

  • China Eastern Airlines is based at Shanghai Pudong Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao Airport. It is a major airline operating international, domestic and regional routes with a fleet of over 400 aircraft. China Eastern serves nearly 70 million passengers annually.

  • China Express Airlines, which is also known as Huaxia Airlines, was founded in 2006 and is based in Hainan Province. The major hubs of the airline are the Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport, Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport and Ganzhou Huangjin Airport.

  • Founded in 1989, Hainan Airlines is the largest privately-owned airline in China. Overall, it is the fourth largest in China in terms of fleet size. It flies both domestic and international routes, with 133 planes flying to 90 destinations around the world.

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