Demand prompts U.S. carriers to expand flights to Asia

11/16/2010 | Bloomberg

Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings and other American carriers are expanding their services to Asia in response to an increase in demand and a lack of capacity. China's economic growth rate is triple that of the U.S., making the country a good bet. Meanwhile, airlines are gaining more access to an airport that is closer to downtown Tokyo, giving them a foothold in the lucrative Japanese market.

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