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Old April 2nd, 2015, 10:01 PM   #1781
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When I flew China Eastern A330 PEK-XIY, I noticed that 1), the flight was barely pushing 600km/h and 2), it was flying at a relatively low altitude. I thought this was odd, until I flew Hainan Airlines back and noticed the same thing. Is there any reason for this?
Altitude is dictated by the official corridors. Pilots are not authorized to freely change due to the military restrictions. Slower speeds may be due to congestion.
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New air routes set to alleviate congestion
2015-04-08
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Nation is expected to handle more than 10 million flights in 2017, official says

China aims to handle its serious air traffic congestion and flight delays by opening 10 one-way air passages, senior civil aviation officials said.

"Over the past 10 years, the number of flights using China's airspace has continued to increase 10 percent year-on-year, but our airspace that can be used by civil airlines is only one-third of that in the United States and the number of our air traffic controllers is about half of that of the US," said Che Jinjun, director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China's air traffic management bureau.

The limited airspace and shortage of air traffic professionals have resulted in severe delays, he added, noting that under the current airspace management mechanism, one feasible solution is to optimize current flight routes.

Wang Zhiqing, deputy head of the Civil Aviation Administration, said the nation's air traffic management system is expected to handle more than 10 million flights in 2017.

"The current air traffic management system makes it very difficult to spare a large area of airspace for airlines, so we have to make the best use of the existing resources," he added.

New air routes set to alleviate congestion

Che said: "We plan to soon open 10 one-way air passages that cover air links between Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Within the coming three to five years, we will adjust major flight routes across the country."

The Civil Aviation Administration will also negotiate with the Chinese military to open more routes for destinations that have busy air transport, according to Che.
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Old April 12th, 2015, 03:22 PM   #1784
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Air China adds second daily service between Beijing, Paris
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PARIS, Apr. 10 (Xinhua) -- Starting on June 1, Air China, or the China's flagship carrier, will add a second daily service between Beijing and Paris, it was announced Friday.

General manager of Air China France and Belgium Ding Qi told a press conference that the new flight CA875 is scheduled to depart Beijing Capital International Airport at 02:05 local time and to land at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport at 07:25 local time.

The inbound flight CA876 is scheduled to depart Paris at 14:10 local time, and the estimated time of arrival at Beijing is 06:30 local time the next day.

As an addition to the current service CA933/934 operated with a Boeing 777-300er, the new CA875/876 will be operated with an Airbus 330-200 aircraft.
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Old April 13th, 2015, 06:20 AM   #1785
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China's airports experienced 10 percent rise in passenger trips last year
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PASSENGER arrivals and departures recorded at Chinese airports hit 831.5 million in 2014, representing a rise of 10.2 percent year on year, official data has revealed.

More than 760.6 million trips were recorded for domestic routes, up 10.1 percent year on year; this was comared to 70.9 million trips for international routes, up 11.7 percent, according to data released by the Civil Aviation Administration of China on Friday.

Airports in the three megacities of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou accounted for 28.3 percent of all those trips last year, the data revealed.

The Beijing Capital International Airport became the nation's busiest airport, registering more than 86.1 million trips in 2014, up 2.9 percent.

Meanwhile, total cargo throughput at Chinese airports hit 13.6 million tonnes, up 7.8 percent year on year.

The CAAC data also showed the number of aiports based in the mainland hit 202 as of the end of 2014, with 200 offering regular flights. omed development considering Pudong was named the worst of the worst in China for flight delays.
Pudong is expected to become one of the top 10 busiest airports in the world by 2020, with an expected passenger volume of 80 million.
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Hainan Air links San Jose, Beijing
17 April 2015
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Hainan Airlines, China's largest privately owned airline, celebrated its new air route linking Beijing and San Jose, in California, on Wednesday with representatives of the City of San Jose and the Mineta San Jose International Airport.

A Boeing 787 Dreamliner will fly five non-stop flights a week between the two cities starting June 15 this year. Currently, San Francisco International Airport is the only one in the Bay Area offering nonstop daily service to China.

Speaking at the function held at San Jose City Hall, Pubin Liang, Hainan Airlines managing director for North America, said, "Hainan started as a regional airlines back in the '90s and after 20 short years it now serves nonstop international routes that travel around the globe."

The new flight will be the carrier's fifth North American destination, joining Seattle/Tacoma, Boston, Chicago and Toronto, Liang told around 200 guests attending the event.
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Old April 19th, 2015, 05:55 PM   #1788
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China's Hainan Airlines inaugurates Rome-Chongqing direct flight
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ROME, April 27 (Xinhua) -- Hainan Airlines, China's first private carrier and the country's fourth largest, inaugurated a Rome-Chongqing direct flight on Monday.

This new route makes Rome's Leonardo da Vinci the first European airport to be connected by a Chinese airline to Chongqing, largest city in south-west China, and "the gateway to China's central and western provinces".

Until now, the only connection to Chongqing was a Finnair flight from Helsinki. During the last few years, Aeroporti di Roma (ADR), the Rome Airport authorities has striven to increase connections with Asia countries, especially China, through new commercial strategies, products and dedicated services.

The results have been "constant growth in passenger volumes to and from China and Hong Kong, through both direct and stopover flights," the company wrote in a release. "In 2014, Rome airport recorded approximately 540,000 passengers, up 10 percent on 2013 and 60 percent over the last four years," it said.

This considerable increase in passenger traffic was mainly due to the rise in direct flights, like Hainan Airlines' Rome-Chongqing connection, which schedules two weekly flights from Chongqing on an Airbus A330 with 260 seats in business and economy.
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'Belt and Road' to pay off for China Southern
4 May 2015
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China Southern Airlines Co, the country's largest carrier by fleet, expects its hubs in Guangzhou and Urumqi to be strengthened by the country's "One Belt, One Road" initiatives.

The action plan on these initiatives issued late last month calls for international hub airports such as Shanghai and Guangzhou to assume additional functions, said Guo Jianye, director of the marketing committee of the airline, which is listed in Shanghai, Hong Kong and New York.

With its role as a window of westward opening-up, the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, of which Urumqi is the capital, will become a core area on the Silk Road Economic Belt.

Given the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region's proximity to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, an important gateway connecting the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road will be formed, said Guo. That will be another advantage for the Guangzhou-based airline.

Compared with its domestic competitors, China Southern has more flights, destinations and market share in South Asia, Southeast Asia, the South Pacific, Central Asia and the Middle East, Guo said.

It transported 4.5 million passengers last year on routes related to the "One Belt, One Road" strategy, up 15.1 percent year-on-year, and 900,000 passengers on those routes in the first two months of this year, up 26.4 percent.

The airport of Guangzhou, in South China's Guangdong province, has become a hub for the airline's transit passengers, The airport served 27.23 million passengers last year. The carrier's network from Guangzhou extends to 135 cities, including 38 overseas ones.

China Southern Airlines will accelerate the development of routes to Southeast Asia, with the priority going to higher frequencies of flights from Guangzhou to Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Manila and Phnom Penh, Guo said.

It plans to launch routes between Guangzhou and Sabah, Malaysia, as well as Vientiane, Laos; Mandalay, Myanmar; Cebu, the Philippines; Nha Trang, Vietnam and Koh Samui, Thailand.

For the African market, it plans to launch direct flights between Guangzhou and Nairobi in June or July.

Flight frequencies will be increased on routes between Guangzhou and Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Auckland.

From Urumqi, China Southern plans to add flights to the eastern, southern and southwestern parts of China. It will also develop direct routes in Xinjiang to Kashgar, Yining, Kuerle and Hotan.

It will expand its networks in Central Asia, the Middle East, eastern and central Europe, Japan and South Korea, with routes to be launched between Urumqi and Dubai, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Kabul, Karachi, Kiev, Lahore, Pakistan and Prague. Flights will be added on the routes to St Petersburg and Seoul.

With the Netherlands being a gateway to Europe and one end of the Asia-Europe shipping route, Amsterdam is a key point on China Southern's global network, Guo said.

The airline is scheduled to deploy the Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger aircraft, for the Beijing-Amsterdam route in June.
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Seven injured as plane skids off runway in SE China

FUZHOU, May 10 (Xinhua) -- Seven passengers were injured after a passenger plane skidded off a runway while taxiing in a southeast China airport on Sunday noon, local authorities said.

Joyair flight JR1529 careered off the runway when landing at Fuzhou Changle International Airport (FCIA) in Fuzhou City, capital of Fujian Province. A Xinhua journalist at the airport reported seeing smoke from the plane and passengers fleeing the cabin.

Pictures on microblog Sina Weibo show one of the wings broken. A tank can be seen dousing the plane with water.

There were 45 passengers and seven cabin crew on board when the accident happened. Of the seven injured, five have left hospital after some treatment and the rest two remained hospitalized for further medical observation.

The accident forced the airport to close for six hours and once affected about 80 flights in and out of the city. Many passengers remained stranded as the flights are resuming.

The aircraft, a China-built Modern Ark 60 (MA60), was flying on a connecting route between Fuzhou, the eastern city of Yiwu in Zhejiang Province, and Hefei in east China's Anhui Province. It departed from Yiwu at 10: 42 a.m. and was scheduled to land in Fuzhou at 12:10 p.m..
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Sichuan Airlines receives its 100th Airbus aircraft
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A brand-new Airbus A321 plane landed at Shuangliu International Airport in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, on Friday afternoon after a 10-hour flight from Hamburg, Germany, where Airbus has a production line.

"We are happy to receive the 100th aircraft from Airbus. The latest addition to our all-Airbus fleet will further increase our capacity to satisfy the growing market demand for air traffic in China," Li Haiying, chairman and president of Sichuan Airlines, said at a welcoming ceremony held in the airport.,

"We are expanding our route networks not only across China but also to Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. With a 100-strong fleet comprising both Airbus A320 family and A330 family aircraft, we are confident to take our passengers to more destinations and offer them a more comfortable flight experience," he added.

According to Cai Chao, an information officer with Sichuan Airlines, his company is the fifth Chinese airline with more than 100 planes. The other four are Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and Hainan Airlines, he said.

"We would like to congratulate Sichuan Airlines on the milestone of increasing its fleet to 100 aircraft and express our gratitude to Sichuan Airlines for its confidence in Airbus aircraft," said Eric Chen, president of Airbus China.

"Starting as a regional player in Southwest China, Sichuan Airlines has today developed into a strong player in China and is exploring new opportunities in the international market. As always, we will provide strong support to Sichuan Airlines with our top performing aircraft and top level of services," he said.
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China mulls air route to Bahamas
2015-05-31
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BEIJING - China is considering the launch of a flight link with Bahamas, said Li Jiaxiang, director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, on Saturday.

Li made the remarks after China and Bahamas signed two documents on civil aviation cooperation, saying that China will encourage domestic airlines to open routes to the tourist resort.

More Chinese are choosing to visit Bahamas, where they can stay for 30 days without visa, but there are no domestic carriers operating China-Bahamas service.
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Shenzhen Air signs deal with Boeing to buy 46 jets for $4.3 bln
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BEIJING, June 3 (Reuters) - Shenzhen Airlines has struck a deal with Boeing Co to buy 46 B737 planes for $4.3 billion, the carrier's parent Air China Ltd said on Wednesday, as the group seeks to grow the number of routes served in China's booming air travel market.

The new planes, to be delivered between 2016 and 2020, are expected to increase Shenzhen Air's capacity by 6 percent, Air China said in a stock exchange filing.

The airplane order will be funded by bank loans and other financial vehicles, the filing said. Air China had said in May its board had approved Shenzhen Airlines' purchase of the planes.

Shenzhen Airlines could not be reached immediately for comment on Wednesday.

The carrier plans to add or open more than eight domestic routes during the leisure travel season this summer, according to its website.
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