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Delta Air Lines expands codeshare agreement with China Airlines.

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Delta Air Lines and China Airlines have reportedly announced plans to expand their codeshare agreement.

From today (22 June), Delta Air Lines will place its code on China Airlines' flights between Seattle and Taipei, Taiwan. The carrier already codeshares on China Airlines' flights to Taipei from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu and New York, while China Airlines places its code on Delta Air Lines' flights from Los Angeles and San Francisco to five US destinations of Atlanta, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Salt Lake City, Honolulu and Cincinnati.

Delta Air Lines is also planning to expand the cooperation to include destinations beyond the carrier's Taiwan hub in the future.

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