Dynkrisolo brought up a good point in David's link to another thread, he said "Singapore Airlines is not the only one. Excluding partially Chinese owned Air Macau and Dragonair, what about Thai, Malaysia, Philippine, Vietnam, Garuda(?), Qantas, United, Northwest, Air Canada, UPS, FedEx, and perhaps some more? If memory serves, Thai was the first airline to fly both Taiwan and China under the same brand name."
So, take UA
as an example. They flew to both for a long time w/o a special c/s, or subsidiary. How did some airlines get away with it and others did not? I hope there is an answer that is more than political, but I doubt it. Anybody?
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