While US majors lobby and issue competing press releases touting their proposals to serve China under the expanded aviation agreement signed by the two countries, four small Chinese carriers have applied to CAAC for the right to operate transpacific services in a market traditionally dominated by the country's big three and their US counterparts. Despite the fact that Chinese airlines have faced significant competitive disadvantages on routes to the US (ATWOnline, May 30), four ...

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