Chinese carrier Okay Airways has launched three new domestic services.
It began thrice weekly Tianjin-Kunming, Changsha-Urumqi and Tianjin-Xining services on 11 June, 5 and 16 July respectively, says the carrier.
The airline did not specify the type of aircraft used on these three routes.
Innovata schedules show that Okay Airways is the only operator on the Tianjin-Xining route. It also competes with Air China and China Eastern Airlines subsidiary Shanghai Airlines on the Tianjin-Kunming route, and with China Southern Airlines on the Changsha-Urumqi route.
The carrier has nine Boeing 737-800s, one 737-300 converted freighter and nine Xian MA60 turboprops in its fleet, after it received a 737-800 (registered as B-5841) this month, Flightglobal's Ascend Online Fleets database shows.