- China's Busiest Airports in 2017 Chinese New Year Holiday[Feb. 06, 2017]
During the week-long Chinese New Year Holiday, as many as 9.84 million people traveled by air, according to statistics released by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).
- NTSB: China Eastern ERJ145 Runway Excursion Caused by Foreign Object Debris[Feb. 03, 2017]
A China Eastern Embraer ERJ-145, registration B-3052 performing flight MU2947 from Huaian to Shanghai Hongqiao (China), landed on Hongqiao Airport's runway 18L at 5:25 p.m. L but veered right off the runway, ran across a grassy area and came to a stop with the nose on a taxiway, nose gear collapsed, and both main gear on soft ground. No injuries occurred, the aircraft sustained substantial damage.
- Hainan Airlines Plans to Boost Haikou-Taipei Frequency[Feb. 04, 2017]
- China Eastern Transports 2.17 Million Passengers During Spring Festival Holiday[Feb. 04, 2017]
- Hainan Airlines Takes 48% Stake in Tianjin Airlines[Feb. 04, 2017]
- Airbus China Plant to Deliver First A320neo in September[Feb. 04, 2017]
- Shanghai Airports Break 2 Million Passenger Mark in Week-Long Holiday[Feb. 04, 2017]
Shanghai's two airports reported a record high of more than 2 million passengers during the week-long Chinese New Year holiday from January 27 to February 2, according to Shanghai Airport Authority (SAA).
- Challenger 350 Delivered to Taiwan's Top Speed by Asian Sky Group[Feb. 03, 2017]
Asian Sky Group celebrates the delivery of a Bombardier Challenger 350 (CL350) to Taiwan-based business Top Speed, in December 2016. This is the first aircraft acquired by the company, which provides insurance to high-performance sports cars, competition arrangement, financial products and now private jet charter.
- New Air Route to Link Fuzhou, New York[Jan. 31, 2017]
- HK Express Launches Inflight Donation Campaign in A320neo Shark Aircraft[Jan. 27, 2017]
In November 2016, Hong Kong's low-fare airline HK Express debuted its first A320neo, naming the eco-friendly aircraft "Shark - Say No to Shark Fin" in honour of the Hong Kong Shark Foundation (HKSF), which works to protect the endangered species.