News Listings for Hohhot

  • Three Chinese carriers seek rights to Japan

    News | 10 Apr 2015 08:04 | Firdaus Hashim

    China Southern Airlines, Spring Airlines and Hainan Airlines have filed applications with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) seeking to operate services to Japan.
  • China Eastern plans new services, frequency increases for winter schedule

    News | 21 Oct 2013 04:45 | Firdaus Hashim

    ​China Eastern Airlines plans to launch new services and raise frequencies on a number of international routes, as part of its winter schedule, which begins on 27 October.
  • Air China to launch carrier in Inner Mongolia

    News | 25 Jul 2012 03:03 | Mavis Toh

    The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has approved Air China's application to set up a subsidiary carrier based in Inner Mongolia. The...
  • Mongolia's Eznis to order ATR 42-500

    News | 07 Jan 2009 05:30 | Leithen Francis

    Privately-owned Mongolian carrier Eznis Airways is negotiating with aircraft-maker ATR to acquire an ATR 42-500 and wants to put it into operation at the...
  • Expansive mood

    News | 21 Aug 2005 23:00

    Under Zhou Chi, Shanghai Airlines has become China’s fifth largest airline group. He is planning plenty more growth, including a low-cost arm, but this must not come at the expense of profitability
  • China’s Okay launches from Tianjin

    News | 31 Mar 2005 23:00

    <p>China's first new passenger airline in many years – and the first to be owned entirely by the private sector – has launched charter services after securing final government approvals.</p> <p>The carrier, Okay Airways, operated its first flight on 11 March out of its base at Tianjin, a north-eastern port city outside Beijing. The charter flight operated to Kunming in the south-west via Changsha in central China.</p> <p>Okay, which calls itself China's first privately run airline, has sub-leased two Boeing Capital-owned Boeing 737-900s from Korean Air to support its initial operations. It says it will begin with passenger charters and will later operate freighter services.</p> <p>The company secured its aviation carrier business licence from the Civil Aviation Administration of China at the end of February. Other cities it plans to serve from Tianjin include Guilin, Harbin, Hohhot, Taiyuan and Zhang Jiajie.</p> <p>China's government, after years of calling for consolidation in the