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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.

  • 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.

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    All Nippon Airways (ANA, Zennikku) is one of the largest airlines in Japan, headquartered in Tokyo. ANA operates flights to 49 destinations in Japan and 31 international routes. ANA has a fleet of 180 aircraft and is a member of the Star Alliance, which gives their passengers access to benefits like frequent flier miles among alliance member airlines.

  • Hong Kong Airlines was founded in 2001 under the name CR Airways before changing its name to Hong Kong Airways in 2006. The airline has a fleet of 26 planes and services 24 destinations. Their logo is centered around the bauhinia flower, a native species to Hong Kong.

  • 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.

  • TransAsia Airways is a Taiwanese airline that operates out of Taipei. It caters mostly to a domestic market, but offers some international services, including flights to East Asia, China and destinations in Southeast Asia. Founded in 1951, the airline operates a fleet of 16 planes and flies to 33 cities.

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