United and Air China Expanding Codesharing Agreement

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Last week, United and Air China announced that they would be expanding its code-sharing agreement between the two airlines to better serve the customers of both airlines.

With this latest announcement, these Star Alliance carriers will offer an additional 22 routes in the China and U.S. markets, meaning that United and Air China will codeshare together on more than 110 routes between the U.S. and China.


What This New Codesharing Expansion Means?

Air China will place its CA code on United-operated flights on 12 additional U.S. domestic routes: from Los Angeles to Dallas/DFW, ClevelandTucsonSan AntonioNew York/Newark and Seattle; from San Francisco to Salt Lake City and Austin; from Washington, D.C./Dulles to Columbus and Tampa; and from Houston/Bush Intercontinental to Tampa and Nashville. United will place its UA code on Air China-operated flights on 10 additional domestic routes in China: from Beijing to Mianyang, Taiyuan, Sanya, Shanghai Hongqiao, Yinchuan, Xining, Liuzhou, Haikou and Lanzhou; and from Shanghai Pudong to Yinchuan. 

Air China in the U.S.

Air China has six gateways in the U.S.: New York/JFK, Los AngelesSan FranciscoHouston/Bush Intercontinental, Washington, D.C./Dulles and Honolulu

United in China
United began nonstop service to China in 1986 and today serves Beijing with nonstop flights from ChicagoNew York/NewarkSan Francisco and Washington/Dulles; Shanghai with nonstop flights from ChicagoGuamLos AngelesNew York/Newark and San FranciscoChengdu with nonstop flights from San Francisco; and Hong Kong with nonstop flights from ChicagoGuamNew York/NewarkSan FranciscoSingapore and Ho Chi Minh City.

Bottom Line

With this expanded code-sharing between the two airlines, both United and Air China flyers will have more options when traveling between the US and China.

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