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The Wall Street Journal: U.S. eases restrictions on flights from Chinese airlines

The Wall Street Journal

4 round-trip flights a week allowed, after China loosens its rules on U.S. carriers

A Delta Air Lines Boeing 777 is seen parked at Hong Kong International Airport in 2013. Delta plans to resume flights to China next week.


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The Trump administration further eased plans to restrict passenger flights by mainland Chinese airlines to the U.S. after China said it would permit more passenger flights by the US. airlines.

The U.S. Department of Transportation said Monday it would allow a total of four round-trip flights a week by Chinese airlines, double the level it had set earlier this month. The move came after Chinese authorities said they would allow both of the U.S. airlines seeking to return to China to operate two weekly flights each.

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