SYDNEY—The northeastern Chinese city of Harbin is planning to open air services in 2019 and 2020 to as many as six North American cities, according to the provincial government of Heilongjiang. First up, in 2019, should be connections to Anchorage, Alaska, Los Angeles and San Francisco. In the following year, plans are to add New York, Seattle and Toronto. The minimum target is opening five North America routes, the government said in a statement. The airlines that will open these ...

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