- China's Airports Brace for Disruption As First-Ever Red Alert Raised for Severe Fog[Jan. 04, 2017]
- Hong Kong Airlines and Kenya Airways Sign Codeshare Agreement[Jan. 04, 2017]
The internationally-acclaimed full-service airline Hong Kong Airlines and Kenya Airways, the flag carrier of Kenya, have signed a codeshare agreement to enhance connectivity in Asia. Under the agreement, Kenya Airways will place its "KQ" code on Hong Kong Airlines' flights between Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) and Hong Kong (HKG).
- Wuxi Airport Accommodates 5.5 Million Passengers in 2016[Jan. 03, 2017]
With the safe landing of flight MU2926 on the evening of Dec 31, 2015, Wuxi Sunan International Airport (also known as Wuxi Airport) submitted its annual transcript revealing more than 5.5 million passengers and 96,000 tons of cargo in 2016, up 20 and 8 percent from 2015.
- Cathay Pacific Ranked Top Spot Among World's Safest Airlines[Jan. 04, 2017]
- Hainan Airlines Wins Rights for Chongqing-Los Angeles, Chongqing-New York[Jan. 04, 2017]
Hainan Airlines has applied to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to start two nonstop services from Southwest China's Chongqing to Los Angeles and New York in the first half of 2017, after the Chinese government designated it for the routes over rival Air China.
- Air China Introduces "Fully Entrusted-No Baggage Claim" in Europe and the Americas[Dec. 31, 2016]
Starting January 1, 2017, passengers who fly on Air China's flights departing from Europe and the Americas for Chinese cities with a transit in Beijing can benefit from Air China's newly introduced "Fully Entrusted-No Baggage Claim" service.
- Chinese Aviation Conglomerate HNA Is Bigger Than Boeing and Has Appetite to Grow[Dec. 31, 2016]
- China Eastern Records 100 Million Passengers for the First Time in 2016[Jan. 04, 2017]
- Sichuan Airlines to Lease A350-900 from Air Lease Corporation[Jan. 04, 2017]
- China Southern Plans Guangzhou-Zhengzhou-Moscow Service[Jan. 04, 2017]
China Southern Airlines has submitted an application to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for launching a thrice-weekly service from its home base Guangzhou to Moscow, via Zhengzhou in March 2017.