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  • Tibet Airlines, a regional subsidiary of Air China, launched in July of 2011 with a flight from Lhasa to Ngari. From its base at Lhasa Gongga Airport, the airline offers flights to 16 locations around Tibet in addition to flights to Chengdu, Chongqing, Xining and Lanzhou.

  • With one of the most comprehensive global route networks in the world, United Airlines has non-stop flights from cities across the United States as well as flights to Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. United Airlines operates hubs in 10 cities, including the four largest cities in the United States. For those traveling to China, United Airlines offers non-stop flights between New York and Beijing as well as non-stop flights between New York and Shanghai. Passengers also benefit from United Airlines status as a Star Alliance member, gaining a number of benefits from the worldwide network.

  • Shenzhen Airlines, the fourth largest airline in Mainland China, was accepted into the Star Alliance in 2011, which gives the airline alliance access to five new cities in China. In addition to these flights to Juzhou, Linyi, Qinhuangdao, Shijiazhuang and Zhoushan, Shenzhen Airlines offers cheap flights in China connecting cities like Lhasa, Urumqi, Yiwu, Chengdu, Shanghai and Beijing. From their hub in Shenzhen, the airline also offers flights from Mainland China to Japan, Indonesia, Osaka, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Seoul and Hong Kong.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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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