Air China is launching four-times-weekly service linking its Southwest China regional hub at Chengdu with Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, on February 10.

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On June 9, United Airlines begins non-stop, three-times-weekly services between San Francisco and Chengdu, China’s fourth-largest city. In doing so, United Airlines becomes the first carrier to serve Chengdu.

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United Airlines has applied to the U.S. Department of Transportation for authority to begin non-stop service linking the airline’s hub at San Francisco International Airport with Chengdu, the fourth-largest Chinese city, from June 9, 2014.

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Air China’s southwest division will begin twice-weekly service from Sichuan province’s capital Chengdu to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, on January 5.

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Etihad Airways plans to launch services to Chengdu in southwest China from December 15, subject to government approval. The airline will connect Chengdu to its hub and home base in Abu Dhabi with four non-stop round-trips each week.

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Air China is launching twice-weekly nonstop service from Chengdu to Tokyo on September 22, becoming the first airline to launch a direct route to Japan from Southwest China.

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