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Airlines

Name: CHINA SOUTHERN NORTHERN AIRLINES
7JetSet7 Code: SHY
Status: Currently Not Operational
Region: CHINA
City: SHENYANG
Country: CHINA
Employees 7900
Web: cna.ln.cninfo.net
Email:
Telephone: +86 24 829 4446
Fax: +86 24 829 443
Sita: SHEUZCJ
Background
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SHY-LEIPAX-03
SHY-NEWS
SHY-NEWSJUL04

FOUNDED IN 1990. DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
DONGTA AIRPORT, 3-1 XIAOHEYAN ROAD
DADONG DISTRICT
110043 SHENYANG, (LIAONING), PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

China (People's Republic of China) was established in 1949, it covers an area of 9,560,980 sq km, its population is 1,265 million, its capital city is Beijing, and its official language is Chinese.

NOVEMBER 1993: ACCDT: (SHY) MD-82 CRASHED ON LANDING AT URUMQI = 12 PASSENGER (PAX) FATALITIES OF 10 (FC)-(CA)/92 PASSENGERS.

OCTOBER 1994: HAS OUTSTATIONS AT HARBIN, DALIAN, CHANGCHUN, AND SANYA.

1 A300B4-622R (PW4158) DELIVERY.

JUNE 1995: 11 ORDERS (AUGUST 1996) MD-90-30'S.

JANUARY 1996: 1 A300B4-600R (PW4158) DELIVERY.

AUGUST 1996: 1ST MD-90-30 (V2525-D5), OF 11 DELIVERIES.

SEPTEMBER 1996: EX-IM BANK OK FOR $100 MILLION LOAN GUARANTEE, FOR 3 MD-90-30'S. 2ND MD-90-30 DELIVERY.

DECEMBER 1996: HARBIN - WEIFANG - SHENZEN (MD-82).

FEBRUARY 1997: 1 MD-90-30 (V2525-D5) DELIVERY.

APRIL 1997: 1 MD-90-30 (V2525-D5) (53528) DELIVERY.

MAY 1997: 4,721 EMPLOYEES.

JULY 1997: ACCDT: MD-82 ABORTED TAKE-OFF FROM DALIAN AIRPORT, AND OVERRAN RUNWAY, $10.5 MILLION DAMAGE TO AIRPLANE = 10 (FC)-(CA)/126 PASSENGERS OK.

SEPTEMBER 1997: NEGOTIATING WITH USA AUTHORITIES FOR SERVICE TO LOS ANGELES (LAX).

OCTOBER 1997: HAS TAKEN DELIVERY OF 6 OF 11 MD-90-30'S, FROM DOUGLAS (DAC), LONG BEACH (+3 IN 1998, & +2, IN 1999).

DECEMBER 1997: OK TO FLY 4 NEW ROUTES TO JAPAN, INCLUDING HARBIN -NIIGATA, SHENYANG TO OSAKA & SAPPORO, & DALIAN TO TOYAMA. IN EARLY 1998 FROM HARBIN TO SEOUL.

FEBRUARY 1998: MD-90-30 (V2525-D5) DELIVERY.

APRIL 1998: 4,721 EMPLOYEES.

STARTS DIRECT SERVICE FROM HARBIN, HEILONGJIANG PROVINCE, TO SEOUL, KOREA.

OCTOBER 1998: 1ST 6 MONTHS = 2.68 MILLION (RPK) PASSENGER TRAFFIC, 61.86 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC, 2.08 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).

DECEMBER 1998: 2 MD-90-30'S SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY IN 1ST QUARTER, TO GO TO SWAN AIR (CNS) IN HARBIN. ALTHOUGH WILL RETURN 2 A300-600'S TO ANSETT (ANS) IN 1999, WILL RECEIVE ANOTHER 2 A300-600'S, EX-KOREAN AIR (KAL).

FEBRUARY 1999: CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) UPPER MANAGEMENT HAS CONCERNS WITH (CAAC) DIRECTIVE TO BE PROFITABLE, WHICH MAY HAVE INFLUENCED ITS DECISION TO SELL 5 MD-82'S.

(SHY) HEAD OF MAINTENANCE BASE EXPRESSED CONCERNS OF FINANCIAL SITUATION OF SUBSIDIARY, SWAN AIR (CNS), SINCE (CNS) WILL TAKE DELIVERY OF 3 MD-90'S IN 1999, & DO NOT APPEAR TO HAVE THE MONEY TO ACQUIRE SUFFICIENT MINIMUM LEVELS OF SPARES AND GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (GSE).

MD-90-30 DELIVERY (53532, B-2266).

MARCH 1999: TO DO 1ST "D" MAINTENANCE CHECKS ON MD-80 IN JULY 1999. MD-90-30 (53533, B-2667) DELIVERY.

APRIL 1999: 4,721 EMPLOYEES. SITA: SHEUZCJ.

3 MD-90'S (2220; 2222; 2228) TO SWAN AIR (CNS). (CNS) RETURNED 3 MD-80'S, 2 FOR SHENYANG, AND 1 TO DALIAN.

JUNE 1999: TO DO 1ST "D" MAINTENANCE CHECK ON AN MD-82 NEXT MONTH. BOEING (TBC) WILL SEND A STRUCTURES ENGINEER AND A MODIFICATIONS SUPERVISOR TO SUPPORT THIS EFFORT.

CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) CONTINUES TO USE (MSG-2) PROGRAM.

$4.8 MILLION ORDER FOR 3 BRITTEN-NORMAN TRISLANDERS, 16 PAX. MD-82 (49415, B-2106) SOLD.

JULY 1999: LIU YE FUNG, CORPORATE DEPUTY CHIEF ENGINEER, BECOMES PRESIDENT OF SUBSIDIARY SANYA AIRLINES, REPLACING JIA ZHEN XIU, WHO HAS MOVED TO PRESIDENT OF DALIAN BRANCH OF CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY).

A300-622R (PW4158) (688) RETURNED TO ANSETT (AWW), WET-LEASED TO GUYANA AIRLINES (GUY).

AUGUST 1999: COMPLETED 1ST "D" MAINTENANCE CHECK ON MD-80 AHEAD OF SCHEDULE!

CIVIL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION CHINA (CAAC) (CAC) APPROVES MERGER OF AIR CHINA (BEJ) & CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN). NOW THE RUMOR IS THAT CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) MAY MERGE WITH CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA), & CHINA NORTHWEST AIRLINES (CNW). ALSO, CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN) WITH YUNNAN AIRLINES (YUN) AND SICHUAN AIRLINES (SIC).

SEPTEMBER 1999: STARTS 2ND MD-82 "D" MAINTENANCE CHECK, BASED IN SANYA ISLAND, A CLIMATE WITH A GREAT DEAL OF CORROSION.

1ST 8 MONTHS = 5.17 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC, 128.58 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC, 3.37 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).

COMPLETED (ISO) 9002 AUDIT.

BOEING (DOUGLAS) (TBC) MANUALS, REPORTS, COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUALS (CMM)'S, ETC, DO NOT PUT OUT A REVISION SCHEDULE FOR EACH DOCUMENT, & THUS CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) HAS NO WAY TO VERIFY THEY HAVE THE CURRENT REVISION. AIRBUS (EDS) PROVIDES THIS INFORMATION IN BOOK FORM, & IS GIVEN TO (SHY) QUARTERLY.

DELIVERY OF 1ST A321 DEFERRED UNTIL APRIL 2001. A300B4-622R (690, B-2312), RETURNED TO ANSETT (AWW).

NOVEMBER 1999: 1ST 10 MONTHS = 5.61 MILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC, 151.53 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC, 3.76 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).

HIGH COST FOR BRINGING THE MD-82'S INTO AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE (AD) COMPLIANCE, HAS STALLED THE SALE OF THESE AIRPLANES. SALE OF A321'S TO CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) HAS BEEN PUT ON HOLD. STARTED WORK ON 3RD "1D" MAINTENANCE CHECK ON MD-80 (2010).

FEBRUARY 2000: MD-82 (49508) SOLD TO CALIFORNIA AIRCRAFT & ENGINES.

MARCH 2000: 1999 = 6.08 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC, 177.64 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC, 4.42 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).

10 ORDERS A321'S (CONFIRMATION OF PREVIOUS ORDER).

APRIL 2000: 8,000 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 600 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 800 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 1,780 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

(http://www.cna.ln.cninfo.net).

BASED AT SHENYANG DONGTA.

HUBS: CHANGCHUN, DALAN, HARBIN, & SANYA.

OPERATES TO 150 DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS.

1ST QUARTER = 1.4 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC; 26.6 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC; 1.1 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).

JULY 2000: 1999 = 6.08 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC (+9.9%); 53.9% LF LOAD FACTOR; 177.64 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+15.8%); 4.42 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (-1.6%); 8,000 EMPLOYEES.

AUGUST 2000: MAKES PARTNERSHIP BID FOR ANGEL AIRLINES (ANE) TO RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATIONS, INCLUDING WET-LEASING 2 MD-90'S, AND 2 A300-600R'S. ALTERNATE PROPOSAL TO MANAGE (ANE), FOR 10/5 YEARS.

SEPTEMBER 2000: 1ST 6 MONTHS = 2.96 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC (+10.4%); 67.76 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+2.5%); 2.36 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+14.5%).

2 MD-90'S, MANUFACTURED IN SHANGHAI. MD-82 (49508) SOLD TO SPIRIT AIRLINES (SPR).

OCTOBER 2000: ANGEL AIR (ANE), SIGNS 10-YEAR, DOMESTIC, & INTERNATIONAL CODE SHARE AGREEMENT, WHEREBY CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) WILL BASE 2 A300-600R'S IN BANGKOK, AND ABSORB ALL (ANE) EMPLOYEES.

TO VLADIVOSTOK FROM HARBIN, VIA MUDANJIANG (MD-82).

SUN BAO CHUAN, ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER, CHANGCHUN BRANCH. LI TONG BUN, REPLACES HIM AS GENERAL MANAGER, MAINTENANCE BASE SHENYANG.

DECEMBER 2000: $120 MILLION CONTRACT FOR (IAE) (V2500-A5) ENGINES, FOR 10 ORDERS (OCTOBER 2001) A321-200'S.

1ST 9 MONTHS = 4.8 BILLION (RPK) 113.93 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC, 4 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).

CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN) TAKES STEPS TO ACQUIRE CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY).

2 A300-600R'S WET-LEASED TO ANGEL AIRLINES (ANE), ON OPERATIONS FROM THAILAND TO HONG KONG, TAIPEI, SEOUL, DUBAI, KUNMING, & CHENGDU.

3 XIAN MA60'S, SHENZHEN LEASED.

JANUARY 2001: 2000 = -100 - 200 RMB.

NEW FLIGHTS TO BEIJING, WENZHOU, KUNMING, HAIKOU, FUZHOU, GUANGZHOU, & HONG KONG. ALSO, CHARTER FLIGHTS TO SHANTOU, KUNMING, BANGKOK & SINGAPORE.

MARCH 2001: IN 4/01, TO CHENGDU (MD-90, 3/WEEK). IN 4/01, TO RESUME BEIJING - DALIAN - PYONGYANG (MD-82, 2/WEEK).

APRIL 2001: CODE SHARE WITH CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN), TO GUANGZHOU.

APRIL 2001: 8,000 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 600 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 800 CAIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 1,780 MAINTENANCETECHNICIANS (MT)).

MAIN BASE: SHENYANG (DONGTA).

HUBS: CHANGCHUN (DALIAN); ZHOUSHIZI (HARBIN); & YAN JIAGANG (SANYA).

MAY 2001: TO PUSAN, KOREA (2/WEEK). TO CHONGJU, SOUTH KOREA (MD-90, 3/WEEK). IN 7/01, TO RESUME BEIJING - SALIAN - PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA.

1ST Q = 1.46B RPK, 28.58M FTK, 1.21M PAX.

1 A300-600R (PW4158) (1045), WET-LEASED TO ANGEL AIRLINES (ANE).

JUNE 2001: 2000 = 5.19M PAX, 4TH HIGHEST IN CHINA, AFTER 1 CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN) 16.49M; 2 CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA) 8.97M; 3 AIR CHINA (BEJ) 8.06M.

A300B4-622R (756, B-2328) WET-LEASED TO ANGEL AIRLINES (ANE).

JULY 2001: TO CHONGJU (MD-90, 3/WEEK).

OCTOBER 2001: IN 12/01, TO BANGKOK (A300, WEEKLY).

A300B4-622R (730) RETURNED FROM ANGEL AIRLINES (ANE). 1ST OF 10 A321 DELIVERIES.

NOVEMBER 2001: 2ND A321 DELIVERY. MAKES ARRANGEMENT TO SHARE SPARES FOR MD-90, WITH CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA).

DECEMBER 2001: SHENYANG, TAOXIAN AIRPORT, NEW TERMINAL, CAPABLE OF HANDLING 6.06M PAX/YEAR, OPENED AT COST OF $147M.

JANUARY 2002: 2001 = 6.51B RPK; 132.16M FTK; 5.49M PAX.

FEBRUARY 2002: GOVERNMENT FINALLY OK'S CONSOLIDATION OF CHINA'S AVIATION, WITH MERGER OF 9 (CAAC) CONTROLLED OPERATORS, INTO 3 GROUPS: CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN), AIR CHINA (BEJ), & CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA), AS FOLLOWS: (GUN), TO INCLUDE CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY), & XINJIANG AIRLINES (XIJ), FOR LARGEST FLEET OF 180 AIRPLANES, #50.1B YUAN ($6.05B) ASSETS, & >34,000 EMPLOYEES; (BEJ), TO INCLUDE CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN), & CHINA NATIONAL AIRLINES , FOR FLEET OF 118 AIRPLANES, 56.05B ASSETS, & >20,300 EMPLOYEES; & (CEA), INCLUDING CHINA NORTHWEST AIRLINES (CNW), & YUNNAN AIRLINES (YUN), WITH FLEET OF 118 AIRPLANES, #47.3B YUAN ASSETS, & >25,000 EMPLOYEES.

MARCH 2002: SITA: SHEUZCJ.

(TELEPHONE: (24) 88 29 44 32). (FAX: (24) 88 29 40 37).

APRIL 2002: 8,000 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 600 FC; 800 CA, & 1,780 MT).

(TELEPHONE: +86 24 829 4446). (FAX: +86 24 829 443).

MAIN BASE: SHENYANG - DONGTA (SHE).

DALIAN - NAGOYA, TOKYO (NARITA). SHENYANG - TOKYO (NARITA).

MAY 2002: ACCDT: MD-82 (49522, /91, 26,000 FLIGHT HOURS; 6,000 FLIGHT CYCLES) CRASHED IN SEA, NEAR DALIAN, LIAONING PROVINCE = ALL 9/103 FATALITIES. CAPTAIN HAD REPORTED FIRE IN THE CABIN.

July 2002: 1 A321-231 (1788, B-2283) delivery.

August 2002: China Eastern Airlines (CEA) contract to do "4C" checks on MD-90's, starting in 9/02.

2 Cessna 208B Grand Caravans (0952; 3) deliveries.

October 2002: (CAAC) announces the formation of 6 aviation groups: Air China Group (China National Aviation Holding Company); China Eastern Airlines ; China Southern Airlines ; China Aviation Oil Group; China Aviation Information Group; and China Aviation Equipment Group. These groups will operate independently. The (CAAC) no longer owns the state-owned assets of these groups, and will not take responsibility for their operating losses. The (CAAC) cuts its economic ties with these companies, and retreats to functioning only as an industry regulator. The assets of the 3 consolidated airline groups, comprise 80% of the industry's total assets. Their strength and ability to compete internationally has been significantly enhanced through this restructuring.

November 2002: Zhou Yong Qian, President, replaces Jiang Lian Ying, who retired.

China Northern Airlines (SHY) 3rd party maintenance for China Eastern Airlines (CEA) MD-90, "4C" check, (TCAS) mod for (CEA) MD-80, and "2D" check + (ACARS) mods on Beiya Air (BEY) MD-80.

February 2003: Li Tong Bin, President Changchun Branch, replaces Yang Duo.

Chongqing - Sendai (MD-82, 2/week).

March 2003: 7,900 employees.

May 2003: A321-231 (1974, B-2284), delivery.

June 2003: A321-231 (1995, B-2285) delivery.

September 2003: 2002 = 8.75B RPK; 60.9% LF; 6.1M PAX; 175M FTK (+27.1%).

2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES TRAFFIC RPK (B):
72 (HWI) 9.04; 73 (ARE) 9.03; 74 (CQT) 8.99; 75 (SPP) 8.98; 76 (SHY) 8.75; 77 (ARL) 8.69; 78 (PRH) 8.67; 79 (XIN) 8.61; 80 (TAV) 8.32; 81 (IRN) 8.01; 82 (HNA) 7.93; 83 (IND) 7.55; 84 (OLY) 7.55; 85 (ACH) 7.50; 86 (SBR) 7.48; 87 (MTH) 7.09; 88 (KUW) 6.71; 89 (VIE) 6.60; 90 (SPR) 6.57; 91 (BMA) 6.56; 92 (LNK) 6.41; 93 (RAM) 6.38; 94 (BTA) 6.36; 95 (QTA) 6.20; 96 (COI) 5.96; 97 (EGF) 5.94; 98 (LOT) 5.87; 99 (FRO) 5.49; 100 (WJI) 5.49.

January 2004: 2 A321-231's (2067, B-2288; 2080, B-2287) deliveries.

June 2004: China Southern Northern Co, a wholly owned subsidiary of China Southern Air Holding Co, took delivery of 3 A319's as part of order of 16.

September 2004: 3 +20 orders A319's (V2524-A5), (ILF) 10 year leased to replace 23 MD-82's.

November 2004: China Southern Airlines (GUN) purchases Xinjiang Airlines (XIJ) & China Northern Airlines (SHY) from its parent company, China Southern Holding (assets 16.91B yuan/$2.04B) and will asssume # 15.09M yuan debt from the 2 airlines. (GUN)'s fleet will grow from 139 to 214 airplanes. This will allow (GUN) to expand further into northern China, minimize route overlap and optimize flight schedules, enhance its ticket sales network and reduce overhead, improve allocation of airplanes, engines, spare parts & crews, reduce maintenance costs and strengthen marketing efforts.

January 2005: MD-82 (49852) to China Southwest (XIN).

March 2005: 3 A319-132's (2408, B-2295; 2426, B-2296; 2435, B-2297), (ILF) leased.

July 2005: China Northern Airlines (SHY) is a major Chinese carrier operating to domestic and overseas destinations. Charter flights are operated to destinations in Japan, South Korea, and South-East Asia.

(IATA) Code: CJ - 782. (ICAO) Code: CBF - CHINA NORTHERN.

Parent organization/shareholders: Government owned (100%).

Owns: Beiya Airlines (BEY) (100%); & China Northern Swan Airlines (CNS).

Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Changchun; Dalian; Harbin; Shenyang; & Yanji.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Daegu; Hong Kong; Khabarovsk; Nagoya; Nigata; Osaka; Sapporo; Seoul; Tokyo; & Toyama.

A319-132 (2505, B-6205), (ILF) leased and 2 A321-231's (2521, B-2417; 2530, B-2418), deliveries.

August 2005: China Southern Airlines Group (GUN) reported a hefty first-half net loss under IFRS of RMB907 million/$112 million, reversing income of RMB266 million in the January - June 2004 period.

The results are the first since the full merger with China Northern Airlines (SHY) and Xinjiang Airlines (XIJ).

In a statement, Chairman Liu Shao Yong attributed the loss to rising fuel prices and intense domestic competition. He also said that the benefits of the merger with China Northern (SHY) and Xinjiang (XIJ) will take time to achieve.

February 2006: Chinese domestic airlines flew a record 138 million passengers in 2005, a rise of +15% over 2004 and double the number of 2000. The figure is expected to double again in the next five years, according to Gao Geng, the vice minister of the General Administration of Civil Aviation in China. Cargo and airmail throughput rose +14% to 3.04 million tons in 2005 and also is expected to double in the next five years. However, profit margins will remain tight within the sector. He noted revenues in the sector had grown to CNY170 billion/$21.09 billion at the end of 2005, but profits in the past five years had amounted to only CNY10 billion.

Fleet:
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April 2014:

15 MD-82 (JT8D-217A) (1240-49425, /85 B2104), (POL) LSD, 3 FROM (CNS) 1999-03, 7 SOLD. 49852 TO (XIN) 2005-01. 12F, 133Y.

8 MD-90-30 (V2525-A5) (2143-53523, /96 B-2266; 2258-53533, /99 B-2267), 3 OPS BY (CNS). 12F, 145Y.

2 MD-90-30 (V2525-A5) (60001, /00 B-2100; 60002, /00 B-2103), 2000-08 CHINA MFR. 12F, 145Y.

6 +2 OPTIONS A300B4-622R (PW4158) (756; 762). (690, B-2312 RTND (AWW) 1999-09), 2 EX-(KAL), 1 LST (ANE) 2000-10 FOR 3 YRS, (733, B-2315) (739 WET-LST (ANE) 2000-11). 1045 WET-LSD 2001-05. 756, B-2328 WET-LSD 2001-06. 739 RF (ANE) 2001-10. 24F, 244Y.

7 +16 ORDERS A319-132 (V2500) (2408, B-2295; 2426, B-2296; 2435, B-2297; 2505, B-2605, 7/05; 2574; 2579), (ILF) 10 YR LSD.

10 +10 OPTIONS A321-231 (V2533-A5) (1614, /01), (GEF) LSD, 1596, B-2280; 1788, /02 B-2283; 1974, /03 B-2284; 1995, /03 B-2285; 2067, B-2288, 2004-01; 2080, B-2287, 2004-01; 2521, B-2417, 2005-07; 2530, B-2418, 2005-07). 12F, 173Y.

3 ORDERS BRITTEN-NORMAN B-N TRISLANDERS, 16 PAX.

3 AN-24 (LYC AL-24A) (/69).

4 IL-86.

9 MIL MI-8.

25 SAP Y-5.

10 XAC Y-7-100 (WJ5A-1), 52Y.

3 XIAN MA60, SHENZHEN LSD 2000-12.

3 CESSNA 208B GRAND CARAVAN (PT6A-114A) (0919, /01 B-3637; 0952, /02 B-3640; 0953, /02 B-3641), (GUN) WET-LSD 2004-11, 10Y.

Management:
(definitions)

ZHOU YONG QIAN, PRESIDENT (2002-11).

ZHENG CHANG JIU, PRESIDENT (CASC) (NORTHERN BRANCH) (2001-06).

ZHANG ZI FANG, PRESIDENT DALIAN BRANCH (2003-06).

WANG MAO LIN, PRESIDENT HARBIN BRANCH (2001-12).

CHENG YONG, PRESIDENT SANYA AIRLINES (2001-12).

LI TONG BIN, PRESIDENT CHANGCHUN BRANCH (2003-02), (bintong@mail.sy.ln.cn)
(litb@cna.com.cn),

SUN BAO CHUAN, ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER CHANGCHUN (2000-10)
(sumbaoc@mail.sy.ln.cn).

WANG PEI FU, VP CORPORATE GENERAL AFFAIRS.

LIU GUO JUN, VP COMMERCIAL & SALES.

WANG JIAN JUN, CHIEF ECONOMIST CORPORATE FINANCE.

LI XIAO GUANG, VP CORPORATE - MAIN BASE (lixg@cna.com.cn).

LI JIAN, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS.

CAPTAIN JIANG HUAI YU, CHIEF PILOT (jianghy@cna.com.cn).

GUO FU TIAN, VP MAINTENANCE BASE (QUALITY) (1999-03).

LI XIAO GUANG, VP CORPORATE (8/01), MAINTENANCE BASE, (lixiaug@mail.sy.ln.cn) (lixg@cna.com.cn).

WANG ZHEN HUA, CHIEF FLIGHT OPERATIONS.

WANG XU JUN, CHIEF FLIGHT SAFETY AND STANDARDS (wangxj@cna.com.cn).

JIANG BIN, DIRECTOR FLIGHT TECHNICAL.

DUAN WEI PING, DIRECTOR FLIGHT SAFETY & STANDARDS.

LI ZHI GANG, GENERAL MANAGER MAINTENANCE/OVERHAUL BASE (2003-03) (lizg@cna.com.cn).

ZHAO BAOLIN, GENERAL MANAGER MAINTENANCE/QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA).

WANG SHAO NIAN, CHIEF ENGINEER MAINTENANCE/OVERHAUL BASE (1999-09).

LIU XING HE, DIRECTOR PLANNING (1999-09).

ZHANG ZHONG, DIRECTOR LINE MAINTENANCE (1999-09).

LI YAN, DIRECTOR ENGINEERING (2001-08).

WU WEI, DIRECTOR LINE MAINTENANCE (2001-10).

WANG WEI, DIRECTOR OVERHAUL BASE (2001-10).

ZHAN FEI, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (2001-10).

HAUNG LI JUN, DIRECTOR SUPPLY.

ZHUO XIAO HAI, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL TRAINING.

LU ZHAN SHENG, CHIEF INSPECTOR MAINTENANCE/OVERHAUL BASE.

LIU YUFENG, DEPUTY CHIEF ENGINEER.

MIN PING YU, MANAGER TECHNICAL LIBRARY, (jishucc@mail.sy.ln.cn)
(minyp@cna.com.cn).

 
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