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US expands Chinese flights
US expands flights from Chinese airlines to four per week
The U.S. government will allow Chinese airlines four flights a week into its airports, an expansion following China’s announcement it would permit the same number of operations by the Americans. The Transportation Department said it’s seeking a return to pre-pandemic flight levels and would grant additional flights to Chinese airlines if that nation relaxes restrictions on U.S. carriers. In early January, there had been approximately 325 weekly scheduled flights between the two countries. That fell to only 20 per week by four Chinese carriers by mid-February.

Delta receives approval from Shanghai to resume flights

Delta Air Lines has received approval from the Shanghai government to resume flights from June 18, paving way for the carrier to resume services to China after months of suspension due to COVID-19. It is still awaiting for the decision from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) on how many flights it can resume and when it can do so.

Wyndham opens five new Ramada hotels in China

 As travel re-emerges, China’s largest international hotel franchisor Wyndham prepares to meet budding domestic demand. Wyndham announced that it will add five new hotels to its Ramada by Wyndham brand this quarter in China, with three of the hotels already open.

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