US Airways today applied for certain U.S.-China authorities, to be used pursuant to its existing codeshare agreement with United Airlines, and a new codeshare agreement being negotiated with future Star Alliance member Air China.
US Airways applied to place its US* code on UA-operated flights ORD/SFO-PVG, ORD/SFO-PEK, and also IAD-PEK should UA be awarded that authority. It will place its US* code on CA-operated flights beyond PVG and PEK.
US did not state the beyond-PVG/PEK markets it will codeshare with CA on, saying it will list them in its later application for approval of the US/CA codeshare agreement, which is still being negotiated. US did, however, mention in its answer supporting UA's IAD-PEK application, that it intends to serve 18 domestic Chinese points over PEK, including PVG/CAN/NKG/XIY/SZX.
In addition to US's existing codeshare on many UA flights to Asia from ORD and the West Coast, and the new China flights from ORD/SFO, US also stated it will be placing its code on UA's IAD-NRT flight.
US Airways currently codeshares with sister airline America West; Star Alliance partners United, Lufthansa, bmi, Spanair, and TAP Portugal; Lufthansa's partners Air Dolomiti, Eurowings, and Air One; and GoCaribbean Network members Bahamasair, Caribbean Sun, and WINAIR.