Xiamen Airlines on Wednesday became the fourth Chinese carrier to join SkyTeam. - Business Travel News

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November 21, 2012 - 10:00 AM ET

Xiamen Airlines on Wednesday became the fourth Chinese carrier to join SkyTeam. Flying "more than 15 million passengers annually to more than 50 cities," Xiamen Airlines adds to SkyTeam "three new hubs—Xiamen, Fuzhou and Hangzhou—combined with a comprehensive domestic and growing international network," according to the alliance.

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