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Old August 3rd, 2016, 06:12 PM   #841
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Larger aircraft order signals YTO's global ambitions
10 May 2016
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Shanghai YTO Express (Logistics) Co, China's third largest express-delivery firm by cargo aircraft number, will introduce at least three widebody air freighters to its fleet in 2018 to handle international delivery operations, its chairman said on Monday.

Yu Weijiao said the freighters will support the company's overseas parcel delivery service, cross-border e-commerce business and temperature-controlled supply-chain delivery services.

With a staff of more than 260,000 employees, 32,000 vehicles and 82 transit centers in more than 100 Chinese cities, YTO Express is the third Chinese express shipping company to have its own cargo aircraft, along with China Post's EMS and SF Express.

It is currently preparing an application for the supplementary international operations, which it will file with the Civil Aviation Administration of China and the International Air Transport Association by the end of August.

"There is growing demand for fast and efficient international express services between Chinese manufacturers and foreign buyers, especially in emerging markets such as Africa, the Middle East and South America," said Yu.

YTO Express also plans to help high-tech Chinese companies such Lenovo Group Ltd, ZTE Corporation and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd ship more parts and equipment to these fast-growing emerging markets, where they face stiff competition from rivals such as Dell Inc and Vodafone Group Plc.

Hangzhou-based YTO Cargo Airlines Co, one of its subsidiaries, ordered 20 Boeing 737-800 converted freighters in February.

It already owns five air freighters and operates five charter flights offering domestic air cargo services and it will own eight self-operated aircraft by the end of this year.

YTO Express opened branches in South Korea, Japan and Russia and Zimbabwe earlier this year, and plans to set up a total of 18 regional branches with warehouse and transit centers in priority markets such as Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates by the end of the year.
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Thursday, August 11, 2016
Govt to tighten penalties for unruly air passengers

Passengers misbehaving aboard a commercial airliner or at an airport may face heavier punishments under a draft amendment to the Civil Aviation Law.

The draft includes 14 types of misconduct that may threaten the safety and order of civil aviation, according to a notice published on the Civil Aviation Administration of China website.

They include distributing fabricated information, using mobile phones or other electronic devices against regulations and smoking in the cabin.

Moreover, taking another person's seat, blocking check-in counters and boarding gates, disrupting crew members or security inspectors and fighting aboard a plane are also listed.

Violators will face administrative punishment with a fine up to 50,000 yuan (US$7,540). If their behaviors are serious, they may face criminal charges, the draft says.

Legislative and civil aviation experts in China have been calling for the inclusion of such misconduct in the Civil Aviation Law. Over the past two years, stories about passengers disrupting flights or insulting crew members have become frequent in the media.

While welcoming the civil aviation authorities' efforts to ensure passengers' safety and interests, some people have voiced concerns over the strict ban on the use of mobile phones in the cabin, saying this rule stands in contrast with the common practice at most foreign airlines.

"Considering that the international civil aviation community has demonstrated that using a mobile phone in flight is safe, why are our airlines refusing to admit this?" asked Sina Weibo user Dantengdezhanshibang.

Yuan Tingting, an office worker in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, has the same question.

"I have flown with many foreign carriers and most of them allow passengers to use mobile phones before the plane takes off or lands. I don't understand why this is completely prohibited in China."

Wang Ya'nan, editor-in-chief of Aerospace Knowledge magazine, said that the US Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency regard the use of mobile phones as having a low-level risk, so they allow airlines to decide whether to ban such activities in their cabins.
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There will soon be six nonstop flights from Seattle to China with new Xiamen route
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Airlines will fly a record six nonstop routes between major Chinese cities and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, when Xiamen Airlines starts nonstop service in September.

The new three-times-weekly service will then connect to Xiamen, a city 360 miles to the northeast of Shenzhen.

The Port of Seattle and the airline announced the service Wednesday at a press conference in the Chinese city of Shenzhen. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and other Seattle-area business leaders are in China this week to meet with officials.

Xiamen Airlines operates an all-Boeing fleet of 153 jetliners. The new route will be its first to the United States. Xiamen will operate the service with a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.

The six total nonstop routes out of Sea-Tac also include flights with Delta Air Lines and Hainan Airlines.

Shenzhen is a fast-growing Chinese manufacturing city near the mouth of the Pearl River. It is near Guangzhou, Dongguan and other Pearl River Delta manufacturing cities.

The new Xiamen Airline service, on top of existing direct flights to Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai, reflects the growing links between Washington state and China.
Seattle is in keen competition with Vancouver, BC, which already has direct flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Chengdu via Shenyang, Xiamen, and by year end of 2016 to Hangzhou.
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Chengdu Airlines gets 2nd ARJ21

Date: Sept 30, 2016 | Source: Shanghai Daily



The second domestically made ARJ21 regional passenger jet took off from Shanghai yesterday after being delivered to Chengdu Airlines.

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The ARJ21 has 78 seats, including eight first-class seats incorporated for the first time.

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The institute will assemble another seven ARJ21s this year for the Chengdu Airlines, and hopes to manufacture 25 ARJ21s annually by 2020, Yu said. The first 90-seater ARJ21 - all with economy configuration - was delivered to the airline on June 28. It has already recorded more than 200 hours on 70 flights mainly between Shanghai and Chengdu.
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Hainan Airlines flights take off
Oct. 14, 2016
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Four months after Hainan Airlines launched its service between Beijing and Manchester, its four weekly flights are operating at full capacity and the company is considering daily flights from next year.

Such high market demand came at an opportune time, as the British and Chinese governments signed a new air route agreement on Oct 11.

According to the new agreement, each country authorizes up to 100 flights a week compared to the current limit of 40, and restrictions on destinations have also been lifted. In light of this news, Hainan Airlines said it would look at increasing the frequency on its Manchester to Beijing route and would also examine opportunities for new flights between second tier cities in China and London.

As well as being revenue generators, the services provide a link between Chinese investors and the growing economies in northern England and the Midlands. British Transport Minister Andrew Jones hailed the services as "a testament to the strength of the Northern Powerhouse".

According to research company York Aviation, the flights will be worth an estimated 250 million pounds ($307 million; 277 million euros) in economic benefits to the UK over the next decade, with two-thirds felt directly in the north in terms of jobs, economic activity and tourism.

"The company aims to provide a comprehensive travel service, for instance, car rental, hotels and catering, to reduce customers' concerns about logistics. It is a similar model to the one the airline uses in Belgium, a market it has operated in for a decade," says Gao Leqi, general manager of the Manchester branch of Hainan Airlines.
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Oct. 21, 2016
Airbus to send its first A350 to China
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Booming growth of long-haul international routes calls for wide-body aircraft, executive says

European aircraft manufacturer Airbus Group SE says it expects to deliver its first A350 to Chinese airlines in the second half of next year and is bullish about the country's demand for wide-body aircraft, fueled by fast-growing long-haul international routes markets.

An A350 test aircraft will start its China tour in November, with the debut in Haikou, Hainan province, after which it will be demonstrated at the Zhuhai Airshow, before visiting Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu, the company said last week.

Currently, more than 40 A350 aircraft are in operation internationally. China Eastern Airlines ordered 20 A350-900 aircraft in April. Air China ordered 10 of those earlier. In September, Sichuan Airlines signed a letter of intent to lease four more.

China's long-haul market has been surging as the number of direct international flights to and from China skyrocketed 150 percent in the last five years, mainly fueled by the growth of the middle class and relaxed visa policies.

From 2010 to 2015, the number of Chinese who traveled abroad jumped by an annual average of 16 percent, and 200 million individual Chinese are expected to travel overseas by 2020, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.

In the first half of 2016, Chinese airlines transported 25.2 million people on international routes, jumping 27 percent year-on-year, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
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Air China third-quarter profit jumps on strong travel demand
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Air China Ltd , the country's flag carrier, said its third-quarter net profit rose 61.7 percent to 3.77 billion yuan ($556.02 million) over the same period last year, helped by strong summer travel demand.

Revenue over the quarter, traditionally the peak travel season for the Chinese airlines, rose 2.22 percent year-on-year to 31.9 billion yuan from 31.3 billion yuan, against a 9.2 percent rise in passenger traffic, the airline said on Thursday.

"Benefiting from a relatively strong summer holiday, domestic passenger demand grew steadily and the outbound tourism stayed robust. However, the cargo business continued to be sluggish," the company said in an e-mailed statement.

This contributed to a 15.1 percent rise in January-September net profit to 7.23 billion yuan from a year earlier, it said.

The company said operating costs rose 5.81 percent as international oil prices rose slightly, though they remained low. Airlines are seeing previous cost savings from low fuel prices evaporate as oil prices, which plunged in mid-2014, regain ground.

A robust travel season also eased the impact of the weakening yuan, which has in recent months caused heavy foreign exchange losses for Air China and its rivals who have been aggressively expanding their fleets using large-scale U.S. dollar borrowing.

Passenger capacity, measured by available seat kilometres, rose 7.63 percent, while the passenger load factor edged up by 1.18 percentage points to 82.92 percent, Air China said.
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AIRSHOW-China's domestic travel boom brings rush of start-up airlines, jet orders
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China's appetite for planes and pilots is building up, whetted by a slew of new airlines launched in the last three years as local governments, private firms and larger carriers fight for a share of the country's fast-growing domestic travel market.

More than 10 Chinese carriers have begun flying since Beijing's aviation regulator relaxed a six-year suspension on new airlines licences in 2013. They now operate or have ordered at least 100 jets made by Europe's Airbus Group, U.S. giant Boeing Co and Embraer SA of Brazil.

Such breakneck expansion might give cause for alarm in mature aviation markets. But China's new breed of carrier is focusing on second and third-tier Chinese cities that have gleaming, newly built airports that helped stoke an 8.2 percent rise in domestic China passenger traffic in 2015, according to the International Air Transport Association.

While state carriers like Air China , China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines dominate for now, the newcomers have deep-pocketed backers like conglomerate HNA Group, plus support from local authorities as well as Air China itself.

"By 2020 we want to have 40-50 planes," said Lan Yu, brand manager at Guangxi Beibu Gulf Airlines, a newcomer set up by the government of southwestern Guangxi province and Tianjin Airlines in 2015. Tianjin Airlines is a unit of HNA, an aviation and shipping giant with more than $100 billion in assets that itself is expanding fast into the hotel trade overseas.

Guangxi Beibu will fly 13 Embraer E190 regional jets and three Airbus A320s to 28 Chinese cities by the end of 2016, Lan said. With average seat occupancy of more than 90 percent since flights began, Lan said the carrier was already profitable.

Aircraft makers like Boeing welcome the newcomers, provided they are financially sound.

"We obviously look a little more closely at new airlines to make sure we account for the risk, but we're not seeing any issues with the ones that have started up in China," said Darren Hulst, Boeing Commercial Airplane's managing director of marketing for Northeast Asia.

"We assess the funding that they have, the access to financing that they have, and then from a going-concern perspective, some of these carriers that have started, how are they performing, are they generating profits?"

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As well as the newcomers already up and running, at least another 10 airlines have applied for air operator certificates, according to company statements and local media reports. At the end of last year, China had 48 passenger airlines, up from 36 at the end of 2012, according to data from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).

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