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U.S. Adds Delta, US Airways to China-Service Roster
All six of the big U.S. international airlines will serve China by 2009 under carrier-selection and frequency-allocation decisions issued Sept. 25 by the U.S. Transportation Dept. The results offered something for everyone in the proceeding except for the longest of long shots—MAXjet Airlines, which wanted to expand its low-fare, all-business-class product to U.S. aviation’s most hotly contested foreign destination.