- Agents to Attend Airline's Chinese New Year Event Promoting Direct Manchester-Beijing Flights[Jan. 10, 2017]
- China Airlines Flies Brand New A350 Jet to Amsterdam[Jan. 10, 2017]
- Jetstar Japan Temporary Cancels Shanghai Debut in January 2017[Jan. 10, 2017]
- Airbus, China Airlines Sign MOU to Develop Its Maintenance, Engineering and Training Capabilities[Jan. 10, 2017]
Airbus has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with China Airlines (CAL) to support the development of the airline's maintenance, engineering and technical training capabilities in Taiwan. Under the MOU, Airbus and CAL will evaluate technical and business solutions to develop the carrier's services for all Airbus aircraft types currently operated by the airline, which include the A350 XWB, A330/A340, and A320 families.
- CAAC Grants 1 Billion Yuan Subsidy to Boost Regional Aviation in 2017[Jan. 10, 2017]
To boost regional aviation, thirty-one Chinese carriers will receive 987.6 million yuan in subsidies for operating regional routes in 2017, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced on Friday.
- China's First Chartered Air Service for Imported Seafood Arrives[Jan. 10, 2017]
A chartered plane carrying tonnes of Boston lobsters, a favorite on festive dining tables during Lunar New Year celebrations, arrived Monday evening in Zhengzhou, capital of the Central province of Henan.
- Two Killed As Light Aircraft Crashes in Northeast China[Jan. 10, 2017]
- CALC Delivers One More Batch of Aircraft to HNA Group's Lucky Air and West Air[Jan. 09, 2017]
China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited ("CALC"), the largest independent aircraft operating lessor in China, is pleased to announce that the Group has completed deliveries of the second batch of aircraft to two subsidiaries of HNA Group, Lucky Air and West Air, delivering an Airbus A320 aircraft to the airlines respectively.
- Style in the Aisle: The 60-Year Evolution of China Eastern Uniforms[Jan. 09, 2017]
Recognizing 60 years of aviation industry leadership and innovation, China Eastern Airlines is in Shanghai to commemorate the company's inaugural flight. What began as a short flight from Shanghai, has evolved into one of the world's largest airline.
- Boeing Can Survive a China Trade War[Jan. 06, 2017]