China: Northeast China Is Now on the U.S. Flight Map

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)

For the first time in a decade, direct flights to the United States from Northeastern China will be possible. Direct flights will reduce shipping times from several weeks to less than 14 hours, and will make possible for the first time U.S. direct exports of live seafood, fresh fruit, fresh cheese, geoduck clams and premium meats to this region with 110 million consumers.

China: Northeast China Is Now on the U.S. Flight Map

 

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