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Company Watch - United Airlines.

Jan 8, 2007

The US government tentatively selected United Airlines to provide new nonstop service to China, regulators and the airline said on Tuesday. Jan 9, 2007

The US Transportation Department awarded United daily service between Washington's Dulles Airport and Beijing's China Peking Capital Airport. Flights will begin March 25 if the agency's decision becomes final. In winning the route, United beat competing applications from American Airlines, Continental Airlines and Northwest Airlines, which all want to bolster their existing China service. The Transportation Department said United's proposed capital-to-capital route benefits the greatest number of travelers. Jan 9, 2007 Editor: Aram Gesar, eMail: edit@AirGuideOnline.com

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