Articles Tagged ‘Xiamen Airlines’
Xiamen Airlines passes 20 million passenger mark in 2014; Amsterdam will become first European route in July using 787s
Xiamen Airlines operates an all-Boeing fleet and has doubled in size in just six years. Still dominated by its domestic network, we reveal what new international route are being added in 2015.
Following the busiest February, Airbus and Boeing managed to deliver more than 100 aircraft for the second time in 2015. While VietJetAir received Airbus’ 9000th aircraft, the European producer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the 2015 delivery race by 50 units.
Established in 2004 as Grand China Express Air in an effort to merge the major aviation assets of Hainan Airlines, China Xinhua Airlines, Chang’an Airlines and Shanxi Airlines, Tianjin Airlines (renamed as of 10 June 2009), has expanded considerably since then. With the carrier operating a total of 177 non-stop routes, anna.aero looks at Tianjin […]
Xiamen Airlines links Hangzhou and Bangkok, and Xiamen and Manila.
Chinese carriers’ rapid international expansion; China Eastern Airlines, Air China and China Southern Airlines growing capacity by 20%
International connections to and from China are growing rapidly. We look at which airlines are leading the expansion in capacity, and which county markets are growing fastest. Plus a look at China’s top 10 airports in 2014.
Hangzhou Airport passes 25m passenger mark in 2014; KLM and Qatar Airways operate airport’s longest routes to Amsterdam and Doha
Just 200 kilometres from Shanghai, Hangzhou is home to China’s 10th busiest airport, which grew by 15% in 2014. We look at the airport’s rapid growth since 2006, its leading routes, leading airlines and developments in international services.
An impressive 1,351 airframes were delivered to worldwide airline customers by Airbus and Boeing last year, turning 2014 into a record year. Boeing delivered 722 aircraft and wins the race for the third consecutive year.
While Qatar Airways received its first A380 from Airbus, the European manufacturer is likely to have lost this year’s delivery race, as Boeing leads by 85 units this September. Overall, both Airbus and Boeing stepped up their deliveries in the ninth month of the year, handing over a combined 121 units.
Boeing stays in the lead over Airbus as it delivers 60+ units in August; Xiamen Airlines receives its first 787-8
Following a record July, Boeing stepped up its deliveries in August, while its European counterpart handed over fewer airframes. Airbus will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which now leads the 2014 delivery race by 72 units. In addition, Tigerair Taiwan took delivery of its first of 12 […]
While Emirates received its 50th A380 from Airbus, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the delivery race by 48 units. In addition, the American producer handed over its second 787-9 to All Nippon Airways in July.
Xiamen Airlines connects Shanghai’s downtown airport with Beijing and Shenzhen.
Xiamen Airlines starts thrice-weekly Jinjiang to Jeju service using 737-800s.