News Listings for Shantou Airlines

  • Bank of China finances more 737s

    News | 21 Jan 2014 14:27 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Bank of China closed financing on four more new Boeing 737-800s for China Southern Airlines in December 2013, Flightglobal’s Ascend Online database shows.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Bank-of-China-finances-more-737s-395060/
  • Shantou Airlines retires 737-300 from fleet

    News | 10 May 2013 04:33 | Firdaus Hashim

    <p>Chinese carrier Shantou Airlines has retired its last Boeing 737-300 aircraft after 20 years of service.</p><p>The aircraft, with registration B-2926, served...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Shantou-Airlines-retires-737-300-from-fleet-385705/
  • Shantou Airlines to start daily Jieyang Chaoshan-Bangkok service

    News | 19 Jan 2012 07:14

    <p>China Southern Airlines subsidiary Shantou Airlines will operate daily nonstop flights between Jieyang Chaoshan and Bangkok from 7 February onwards.</p><p>China...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Shantou-Airlines-to-start-daily-Jieyang-Chaoshan-Bangkok-service-367100/
  • Regional split still seen in safer than ever 1999

    News | 24 Jan 2000 15:51 | Kieran Daly

    <BODY LINK="#0000ff" VLINK="#800080"> <P>Major Western and Australasian carriers suffered only a single fatal accident on scheduled passenger services in 1999, continuing a story of outstandingly safe performance in those regions compared with the rest of the world.</P> <P>Raw data published today by <I>Flight International</I> and <I>Airclaims</I> confirms that American Airlines' loss of a Boeing MD-80 at Little Rock on 1 June, in which 11 of the 145 occupants died, was the only fatal accident among the North American majors, and there were none at all in Europe or Australasia.</P> <P>Of the other seven accidents in that category, two involved Asian carriers, four Latin American, and the remaining one was the Egyptair Boeing 767 lost in the Atlantic.</P> <P>The Asian record is flattering to its overall safety picture, however, given the poor record of its freight and regional operations and other serious but non-fatal accidents.</P> <P>Among the North American regionals there whttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Regional-split-still-seen-in-safer-than-ever-1999-244167/
  • Loss Update: China Southern Airlines - B737-300. Registration B-2525. Date of Loss: 9th June 1999.

    News | 24 Aug 1999 12:09

    <BODY LINK="#0000ff" VLINK="#800080"> <P>The Hull has been declared a Constructive Total Loss and the reserve is US$36,000,000 although it is expected there will be some salvage.</P> <P>The aircraft was being operated by Shantou Airlines, a subsidiary of China Southern Airlines.</P></BODY>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Loss-Update-China-Southern-Airlines-B737-300-Registration-B-2525-Date-of-Loss-9th-June-1999-236474/
  • Table: Airline Safety Review

    News | 28 Jul 1999 00:00

    <p>Notes on tables</p> <p>Accident data comes from <I>Flight International's</I> own research and from Airclaims' <I>World Airline Accident Summary (WAAS)*,</I> a quarterly updated analytical record of accidents and incidents worldwide since 1945. The <I>WAAS</I>, a UK Civil Aviation Authority publication, benefits from Airclaims' exclusive information exchange with the CIS Interstate Aviation Committee Commission for Flight Safety. The <I>WAAS</I> now lists accidents by operator and location, as well as by type of occurrence and aircraft type. </p> <p>Although details of non-fatal incidents are not made officially available by the authorities in many countries, <I>Flight International</I> continues to list as many of these incidents as possible, in the interests of maximising the availability of relevant information. We accept that the non-fatal listing may be unfairly weighted against the airlines of those countries which make safety information more readily available. </p> <p>*Aihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Table-Airline-Safety-Review-54536/