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Airlines

Name: AIR CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES
7JetSet7 Code: XIN
Status: Operational
Region: CHINA
City: CHENGDU
Country: CHINA
Employees 8223
Web: cswa.com.cn
Email:
Telephone: +86 28 581 4466
Fax: +86 28 671 0992
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XIN-NEWS
XIN-SEP04

STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1987. DOMESTIC & REGIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

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.

DECEMBER 1993: BASED AT SHUANGLIU AIRPORT.

737-3ZO (PQ405; PQ408) & 737-3Q8 (PQ295; PQ296; PQ471; PQ493) (ILF) LEASED DELIVERIES.

AUGUST 1993: SUCCESSFUL ONE ENGINE 767 DEMO AT LHASA, TIBET.

NOVEMBER 1993: 737-300, L/N 1184, 7 YEARS, "D" CHECK AT MALAYSIAN (MAS).

DECEMBER 1993: 1 737-300 (CFM56-3B1) DELIVERY.

FEBRUARY 1994: 1 757-200 DELIVERY.

AUGUST 1994: 3 757-200'S DELIVERIES.

SEPTEMBER 1994: 1 737-300 (CFM56-3B1) DELIVERY.

NOVEMBER 1994: 1 737-300 (CFM56-3B1) DELIVERY.

APRIL 1995: 757 OPERATIONS TO BANGDA, TIBET, WORLD'S HIGHEST AIRPORT AT 14,219 FT.

MAY 1995: 1 757-200 (NB301). 707 (20719) SOLD TO (PCF).

JUNE 1995: 1 757-200 (NB302). TO LEASE 6 767'S IN 5 YEARS.

JULY 1995: 737 "C" CHECK AT CHENGDU AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING COMPANY (CAMEC). 1 737-300 DELIVERY. AIRBUS TEAM VISIT TO PRESENT A340, SINCE (XIN) IS STILL CONCERNED ABOUT 2-ENGINE OPERATIONS INTO HIGH ALTITUDE LHASA & BANGDA AIRPORT.

SEPTEMBER 1996: DEMO BY MACDONNELL DOUGLAS (MDC) OF CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA) MD-11 AT CHENGDU FOR FLIGHTS INTO & OUT OF LHASA.

DECEMBER 1996: LINKS WITH (CNAC) GONE WITH INTERNATIONAL CHARTERS TO SCHEDULED FLIGHTS TO HONG KONG, SINGAPORE, AND BANGKOK. BEIHAN - WUHAN - BEIJING (737).

FEBRUARY 1997: PROPOSAL ACCEPTED FOR 10 737-800'S. +1 757 IN 11/97.

MARCH 1997: 1 737-300 DELIVERY (28657), BOULLION (BOU) 7 YEAR LEASED.

APRIL 1997: 4,000 EMPLOYEES.

757 MAINTENANCE CONTRACT TO (GAMECO) (GUN).

POSSIBLE 3 ORDERS A340'S TO SERVE LHASA, TIBET.

JUNE 1997: NEW ROUTE TO JIUJIANG AND WUHAN (737).

SEPTEMBER 1997: 1 ORDER (11/97) 757 (RR), (ILF) LEASED.

OCTOBER 1997: PLANS ROUTES TO JAPAN AND KOREA IN 1ST Q 1998 WITH 757'S CHONGQING - NAGOYA. STARTS CHARTER 757 FLIGHTS SANYA, CHINA (HAINAN ISLAND) - SEOUL.

NOVEMBER 1997: $360 MILLION, 3 ORDERS A340-300'S, 2 IN 1998, 1 IN 1999, WERE ORIGINALLY TO GO TO CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA).

MARCH 1998: LAST 707-3J6C (872-20718, /73) OPERATING IN CHINA, SOLD TO UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) OPERATOR, FLYING DOLPHIN AIRLINES (FDN).

APRIL 1998: 4,000 EMPLOYEES.

SEPTEMBER 1998: 757-2Z0 (RB211-535E4) (822-29792) DELIVERY.

OCTOBER 1998: 1ST 6 MONTHS = 2.87 MILLION RPK, 65.1 MILLION FTK, 2.28 MILLION PAX.

1ST A340-313 (242) DELIVERY (1ST WIDE BODY).

NOVEMBER 1998: 757-2Z0 (833-29793) DELIVERY.

DECEMBER 1998: TO LLASA (A340-313X).

A340-300X DELIVERY.

FEBRUARY 1999: ACCDT: TU-154 (846, B-2622) CRASHED ON LANDING AT WENZHOU = ALL 11/50 FATALITIES.

MARCH 1999: GROUNDS REMAINING TU-154 TRIJETS.

APRIL 1999: 4,000 EMPLOYEES.

757-2ZO (29793, B-2856), 1 YEAR WET-LEASED TO ROYAL NEPAL AIRLINES (RNA). 3RD A340 DELIVERY.

MAY 1999: 2 757-2YO'S (482-26153, B-2831; 503-26156, B-2827), TRANSFERRED TO CHINA XINJIANG AIRLINES (XIJ).

JUNE 1999: PLANS TO WET-LEASE 3 757-200'S & 2 A340'S TO CATHAY PACIFIC (CAT) FOR CHARTER OPERATIONS.

JULY 1999: JOINT VENTURE WITH (SNECMA), BEIJING KAILAN AVIATION TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT, & WILLIS LEASE FINANCE, CALIFORNIA, FOR SICHUAN (SNECMA) AERO-ENGINE MAINTENANCE OF (CFM56) REPAIR, OVERHAUL, & LEASING.

AUGUST 1999: CIVIL AVIATION ADMIN CHINA (CAAC) APPROVES THE MERGER OF AIR CHINA (BEJ) WITH CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN). RUMOR OF MERGER OF CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA) WITH CHINA NORTHWEST AIRLINES (CNW) WITH CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) & ALSO CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN) WITH YUNNAN AIRLINES (YUN) AND SICHUAN AIRLINES (SIC).

CHARTER SERVICE TO AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND (A340-200) VIA BEIJING AND SHANGHAI IN JOINT VENTURE WITH AIR NEW ZEALAND (ANZ).

PLANS TO SELL ITS TU-154 AIRPLANES.

SEPTEMBER 1999: COMPLETED "4C" CHECK ON 757-200 (B-2841).

1ST 8 MONTHS = 4.90 BILLION RPK, 113.17 MILLION FTK, 3.76 MILLION PAX.

OCTOBER 1999: 737-8ZO (381-30071, B-2510), DELIVERY TO (CHO).

NOVEMBER 1999: 1998 = -$12.87 MILLION. 1ST 10 MTHS 1999 = 5.43 BILLION RPK, 140.06 MILLION FTK, 4.28 MILLION PAX.

(LOI) 9 ORDERS (2/01) 737-600'S/-800'S, GECAS (GEH) LEASED.

DECEMBER 1999: TO BANGDA AND LHASA (757-200).

JANUARY 2000: WANG SHI XIANG PRESIDENT, EX-DIRECTOR FLYING COLLEGE, GUAN HAN, SICHUAN, REPLACES WANG RU CEN, WHO WILL REMAIN AT CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN) AS AN ADVISOR.

1 A340-300, GARUDA INDONESIA (GIA) WET-LEASED FOR SERVICE TO JAKARTA, AND JEDDAH.

FEBRUARY 2000: 2 737-8ZO'S (B2509; B2511) DELIVERIES TO (CHO).

MARCH 2000: 1 757-2ZO, WET-LEASED TO ANGEL AIRLINES (ANE).

1999 = 5.92 BILLION RPK, 166.61 MILLION FTK, 4.93 MILLION PAX.

SHANGHAI - XI'AN - LHASA (757, 2/WEEK).

APRIL 2000: 2 737-3ZO'S (2349-26070, B-2534; 2369-26072, B-2595) RETURNED TO GECAS (GEH), LEASED TO SHANDONG AIRLINES (SHG).

PLANS SERVICE TO JAPAN, KOREA, AUSTRALIA, & EUROPE, + LINK GUANGYUAN, LUZHOU, MIANYANG, WANZHOU, AND XICHANG WITH OTHER CHINESE CITIES.

NOW OPERATES 160 DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL ROUTES CONNECTING TO >60 MAJOR CITIES.

8,603 EMPLOYEES.

1ST Q = 1.36 BILLION RPK; 37.18 MILLION FTK; 1.12 MILLION PAX.

JUNE 2000: 4 737-3Q8'S (24988; 26284; 26288; 26292) RETURNED TO (ILF) 7/00, HEAVY MAINTENANCE AT (GAMECO) (GUN), LEASED TO XIAMEN.

CAPTAIN CHEN YI RU, VP TECHNICAL DIVISION, REPLACES YAN DA SHENG, WHO RETIRED.

JULY 2000: CHONGQING - SEOUL (737-800, 2/WEEK).

1999 = 5.92 BILLION RPK (PASSENGER TRAFFIC) (-1.1%); 56.1% LF (LOAD FACTOR); 166.61 MILLION FTK (FREIGHT TRAFFIC) (-.1%); 4.93 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+3.9%); 8,603 EMPLOYEES.

(http://www.cswa.com.cn).

SEPTEMBER 2000: 1ST 6 MONTHS = 2.88 BILLION RPK (+5.9%); 77.9 MILLION FTK (+16.8%); 2.36 MILLION PAX (+8%).

ZHOU GUANG QUAN DIRECTOR QUALITY & CONSERVATION REPLACED YAN BIN. ZHONG DE CHAO DIRECTOR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE, REPLACED WANG FU LAI, WHO RETIRED.

1999 = -$15.3 MILLION (-$12.9 MILLION) (NET LOSS).

OCTOBER 2000: 2 737-3ZO'S (2658-27373, /94 B-2951; 2738-27521, /95 B-2957), TRANSFERRED TO CHONGQING AIRLINES (CHO). 737-3ZO (25089) TO (AMECO) (BEJ) FOR "D" CHECK.

DECEMBER 2000: 3 A340-300'S WET-LEASED TO GARUDA INDONESIA (GIA) FOR HADJ, END OF 01/01 - 04/01.

1ST 9 MONTHS = 4.82 BILLION RPK, 123.76 MILLION FTK, 3.9 MILLION PAX.

HAS RECRUITED 15 TIBETAN WOMEN TO SERVE AS CABIN ATTENDANTS ON FLIGHTS TO LLASA, ATTIRED IN TRADITIONAL COSTUME, PURPORTEDLY REPRESENT A BREAKTHROUGH FROM THE HARSH LIVING CONDITIONS OF THEIR REGION AND INTENDED TO PRESENT A FRESH NEW IMAGE OF AN OPEN TIBET TO PASSENGERS FROM HOME AND ABROAD.

JANUARY 2001: HEAVY MAINTENANCE FOR 4 737-300'S AT AMECO (BEJ).

MARCH 2001: IN 4/01, CHENGDU - KUNMING - DEQEN (DIQING) - LHASA (WEEKLY).

IN ACCORDANCE WITH (CAAC) DIRECTIVE REGARDING CONSOLIDATION OF CHINESE AIRLINES, CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN) WILL BE MERGING WITH AIR CHINA (BEJ).

6 ORDERS (6/01) 737-600'S & 3 ORDERS (6/01) 737-800'S. 1 737-3Q8 (2519-26292) RETURNED TO (ILF). 1 A340-313X (243, B-2389) WET-LEASED TO GARUDA INDONESIA (GIA) FOR HADJ UNTIL END OF 4/01.

APRIL 2001: TO SEOUL (737-300, 2/WEEK).

8,400 EMPLOYEES.

737-300 (B-2519) TO MALAYSIAN AIRLINES (MAS) FOR "D" CHECK.

MAY 2001: 10 ORDERS TU-204'S.

JUNE 2001: 1ST Q = 1.25 BILLION RPK, 27.87 MILLION FTK, 1.04 MILLION PAX. 2000 = 5.05 MILLION PAX, 5TH IN CHINA AFTER: 1 CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN) 16.49 MILLION; 2 CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA) 8.97; 3 AIR CHINA (BEJ) 8.06 MILLION; 4 CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) 5.19 MILLION.

JULY 2001: CHARTER SERVICE FROM HONG KONG TO LHASA, TIBET.

TO FORM JOINT VENTURE ENGINEERING COMPANY WITH XIANGYU AVIATION TECHNOLOGIES LTD OF XI'AN AND (TPA) STRATEGIC HOLDINGS LTD, SINGAPORE, TO BE CALLED THE CHENGDU FALCON AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING SERVICES COMPANY. PERSONNEL OF NEWLY FORMED CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN) MAINTENANCE BASE TO IMPLEMENT ENGINEERING ORDERS WRITTEN BY THE NEW COMPANY.

1ST 737-66N DELIVERY IN CHINA. 2 737-300'S TRANSFERRED TO CHONQING AIRLINES (CHO). (CHO) WILL DO MAINTENANCE BUT ENGINEERING IS STILL BY (XIN).

AUGUST 2001: 757-2Z0 (29793) RETURNED FROM ROYAL NEPAL AIRLINES (RNA).

SEPTEMBER 2001: 3 +5 OPTIONS TU-204-120C (RB211-535E4B) FREIGHTERS, FROM SIROCCO AEROSPACE INTERNATIONAL, WITH HONEYWELL NAVIGATION, AVIONICS, AND FLY-BY-WIRE CONTROLS, AND ANCRA INTERNATIONAL CARGO HANDLING SYSTEM, FOR CHONGQING AIRLINES (CHO) OPERATIONS (8/02). 2 737-66N'S DELIVERIES (932-28650, B-2156; 938-28652, B-2160).

OCTOBER 2001: PLANS ITS 1ST "D" CHECK ON 737-300 IN 2/02. USES ITS FALCON ENGINEERING COMPANY TO MODIFY INTERIOR CONFIGURATION ON ITS 3 737-600'S FROM 8F, 117Y PAX TO 8F, 102Y BY REMOVING 2 ROWS AND A HALF IN THE AFT RIGHT. 1 737-86N (965-28655, B-2161) DELIVERY.

NOVEMBER 2001: AS PART OF REORGANIZATION WITH AIR CHINA (BEJ), CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN) WILL FLY THEIR 757'S ON (BEJ) ROUTES TO JAPAN. ALSO, 3 (BEJ) A340'S START OPERATING AS (XIN) AIRPLANES AND WILL BE RE-REGISTERED. WILL START FLYING INTERNATIONAL ROUTES BETWEEN BEIJING & SHANGHAI TO JAPAN, FRANCE, CANADA, AND THE USA.

JANUARY 2002: 2001 = 6.1 MILLION PAX.

IN 5/02, CHONGQING - TOKYO (3/WEEK), CHENGDU TO TOKYO AND OSAKA.

COMPLETES 2ND 8C CHECK ON 757-200 (B-2821).

2001 = 6.46 BILLION RPK; 134.54 MILLION FTK.

FEBRUARY 2002: GOVERNMENT FINALLY OK'S CONSOLIDATION OF CHINA'S AVIATION BY MERGER OF 9 (CAAC) CONTROLLED CARRIERS INTO 3 GROUPS: CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN); AIR CHINA (BEJ); & CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES (CEA); WHO HAVE 80% OF DOMESTIC MARKET: (GUN), INCLUDING CHINA NORTHERN AIRLINES (SHY) & XINJIANG AIRLINES (XIJ), WITH LARGEST FLEET OF 180 AIRPLANES, $50.1B YUAN ($6.05B) ASSETS, & >34,000 EMPLOYEES; (BEJ), INCLUDING CHINA SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (XIN) & CHINA NATIONAL, FOR FLEET OF 118 AIRPLANES, #56.05 BILLION YUAN ASSETS, & >20,300 EMPLOYEES; & (CEA), INCLUDING CHINA NORTHWEST AIRLINES (CNW) & YUNNAN AIRLINES (YUN), FOR FLEET OF 118 AIRPLANES, #47.3 BILLION YUAN, & >25,000 EMPLOYEES.

(XIN) STARTS THEIR 1ST "D" CHECK ON A 737-300 AND HAVE SCHEDULED 45 DAYS TO COMPLETE IT.

APRIL 2002: 8,223 EMPLOYEES.

(TELEPHONE: +86 28 581 4466). (FAX: +86 28 671 0992).

June 2002: Sirocco Aerospace acquires 25% of Tupolov Design Bureau and Aviastar-SP in exchange for $280 Million investment, including $95 Million in Aviastar to build 5 Tu-204-120C's with RB211's ordered by China Northwest Airlines (CNW) and China Southwest Airlines (XIN).

6th 737-86N (1153-29889, B-2690), GECAS (GEF) leased.

July 2002: To Osaka (Kansai) (2/week).

September 2002: Captain Cheng Yi Ru President, replaces Wang Shi Xiang, who moved to Beijing, as a result of the merger with Air China (BEJ). Yao Jun General Manager Aircraft Maintenance Base, has been promoted to VP Technical and Engineering, replacing Captain Cheng.

October 2002: (CAAC) announces the formation of 6 aviation groups: Air China Group (China National Aviation Holding Company); China Eastern; China Southern; 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: 737-600's to be modified for high altitude operations. Involves replacing the present passenger chemical oxygen system with a gaseous oxygen system, and changes to the cabin pressurization system.

In 12/02, will do 1st "2D" check on 737-3ZO (23451 39 26).

February 2003: 737-66N (1276-29890, B-5023), (GECAS) (GEF) leased.

March 2003: 757-2ZO (669-27511, B-2844), transferred to Air China (BEJ).

August 2003: Air China (BEJ) has completed its merger with China Southwest Airlines (XIN) and Zhejiang Airlines (ZHE). China Southwest Airlines (XIN) now becomes Air China Southwest Airlines (XIN).

September 2003: 2002 = 8.61B RPK (+17.5%); +11.8% ASK; 59.5% LF (+2.9); 6.3M PAX (+29.4%); 167M FTK (+13.1%).

2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES PASSENGER TRAFFIC RPK (B):
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.

September 2004: 1st of 4 A319's deliveries.

November 2004: (IATA) Cose: CXN - CHINA SOUTHWEST.

December 2004: Air China (BEJ) raised $1.06B in the launch of its Initial Public Offering (IPO) in a market that was buoyed by oil prices retreating from record highs and the bullish rise of air travel in China. The (IPO) was for 2.8B shares representing 31% of the airline at # HK$2.98/$0.38 each. Cathay Pacific (CAT) bought 905M shares or 32.3% of the offering for # HK$2.69B. Air China (BEJ) who recently took over China Southwest Airlines (XIN), & Zhejiang (ZHE) under the country's consolidation policy, has a 35% share of China's 20 busiest routes and 51.3% of its international market.

January 2005: MD-82 (49852), ex-China Northern Airlines (SHY).

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 5 years had amounted to only CNY10 billion.

June 2006: Air China (BEJ) took delivery of its 1st A330-243 (750, B-6070) (see photo) in Chengdu. The airplane seats 283 passengers in a 2-class configuration and will serve high-altitude routes for (BEJ)'s Southwest Branch (XIN), which operates 6 A340-300s and 11 A319s.

December 2013: Air China ((IATA) Code: CA, based at Beijing Capital) (BEJ) has officially phased out the 757-200 from its fleet. 757-2ZO (29792, B-2855), belonging to the airline's Air China Southwest (XIN) division, operated its last flight between Chengdu and Guangzhou on December 15. As its stands, Air China Southwest (XIN) now operates an exclusive Airbus fleet.

Fleet:
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XIN-757-2ZO
XIN
XIN1

October 2017:

0 737-3ZO (CFM56-3B1) (1168-23448, /85 B-2519; 1184-23449, /86 B-2520; 1196-23450, /86 B-2521; 1240-23451, /86 B-2522).

00 737-3Z0 (CFM56-3) (2027-25089, /91 B-2537; 2252-27046, /92 B-2530; 2357-27047, /92 B-2586; 2370-27126, /92 B-2590; 2436-27138, /93 B-2533; 2495-27176, /93 B-2597; 2558-25896, /93 B-2599; 2647-27374, /94 B-2950; 2658-27373, /94 B-2951; 2738-27521, /95 B-2957), (CSC) LSD, 27373; 27521; LST (CHO) 2000-10, AMECO (BEJ) MAINT.

0 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3) (26284, 2000-07; 24988, 2000-10; 26288, 2000-12; RTND (ILF), LST (XIA), (GUN) MAINT).

0 737-3YO (CFM56-3) (2349-26070; 2369-26072; RTND (GEF) 2000-03, LST (SHG).

0 737-66N (CFM56-7B) (887-28649, 2001-07 B-2155; 932-28650, 2001-08 B-2156; 938-28652, 2001-09; 965-28655) (1276-29890, B-5023, 2003-02; 1294-29891, B-5027, 2003-03), (GEF) LSD, 8F, 112Y.

0 737-86N (CFM56-7B) (28655, B-2161, 2001-10; 1153-29889, B-2690, 2002-06), (GEF) LSD. RTND.

3 737-8ZO (CFM56-7B) (381-30071, B-2509; B-2510; B-2511; TO (CHO), 8F, 160Y.

0 757-2YO (495-26155, /92) (482-26153, B-2831; 503-26156, B-2827, TRANSFERRED TO (XIJ) 1999-05) (B-2826), (GUI) LSD, (ETOPS) EQ'PD.

00 757-2ZO (RB211-535E4) (476-25885, /92 B-2820; 480-25886, /92 B-2821; 554-25887, /93 B-2832; 595-27258 /94 B-2836; 609-27259, /94 B-2837; 615-27269, /94 B-2839; 622-27270, /94 B-2840; 624-27367, /94 B-2841; 669-27511, /95 B-2844; 674-27512, /95 B-2845; 822-29792, /98 B-2855; 833-29793, /98 B-2856), 25711 WET-LST (ANE) 2000-03, 29793 RF (RNA) 2001-08. 25711 TRANSFERRED TO (BEJ). (ETOPS) EQ'PD. ALL 757'S PHASED OUT 2013-12.

0 757-200 (RB211-535E4), (ILF) LSD.

0 MD-82 (JT8D-217A) (49852), EX-(SHY) 2005-01. 12F, 133Y.

11 A319.

1 A330-243 (750, B-6070), 2 CLASS, 283 PAX.

1 A340-300, (GIA) WET-LSD 2000-01.

3 A340-313X (CFM56-5C4) (242; 243; 264), 2 WET-LST (CAT), 3 WET-LST (GIA) 2001-01 - 2001-04 (B-2389).

3 A340-313X (123; 126; 128).

3 AN-24 (LYC AL-24).

0 TU-154M (SOL D-30KY), GROUNDED 1999-03 (4).

0/0 ORDERS TU-204-120C (RB211-535E4B), WET-LST (CHO), 3/5 ORDERS TRANSFERRED TO (BEJ) 2003-03.

2 HAMC Y-12-II (PWC PT6A-27).

3 XAC Y-7-100 (WJ 5A-1).

Management:
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WANG KAI YUAN, PRESIDENT (2000-11), EX-(CAC). CEO, CHINA NATIONAL AVIATION HOLDING COMPANY (2002-10).

MA XU LUN, EXECUTIVE VP, PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) CENTER (2002-10).

CAPTAIN ZU ZHEN FA, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS, CHINA NATIONAL AVIATION HOLDING CO (2002-10).

CAPTAIN GAO DIAN BANG, CHIEF PILOT, CHINA NATIONAL AVIATION HOLDING COMPANY (2002-10).

ZHANG XUE REN, VP & GENERAL MANAGER, AIR CHINA CARGO COMPANY.

MA KUI LIANG, VP ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE, (AMECO) & AVIATION EQUIPMENT COMPANY (2002-10).

CAPTAIN CHENG YI RU, PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER (XIN) (2002-10),
(T: (86+28) 570-2290) (FAX: (86+28) 570-3069).

YAO JUN, VP TECHNICAL & ENGINEERING (2002-09).

ZHANG WU TONG, CHIEF PILOT.

ZHANG JIAN YING, DIRECTOR FLIGHT DEPARTMENT.

HAN QIU SHENG, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS (XIN).

YANG SONG JING, VICE GENERAL MANAGER FLIGHT OPERATIONS (CHO).

WU KE WEI, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS (CHO).

CHEN SHI YUAN, DIRECTOR FLIGHT SAFETY (XIN).

WEI YI QIANG, DIRECTOR OPERATIONS & CONTROL.

DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE BASE (CHO).

ZHOU GUANG QUAN, DIRECTOR QUALITY & CONSERVATION (2000-09).

XU CHENG YUE, CHIEF ENGINEER, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT (1999-09).

ZHONG DE CHAO, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING & CHIEF ENGINEER (2000-09)

CHEN HONG, VICE DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING.

WU DA MO, VICE DIRECTOR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (1999-09).

CHEN LIN, CHIEF INSPECTOR (1999-10).

MS ZHANG XIAO PING, GENERAL MANAGER (CSC).

 
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