New Chinese LCC to launch in October

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Jiangxi Airlines will be based in Nanchang
Jiangxi Airlines will be based in Nanchang

Another new Chinese airline will take to the skies this October.

Jiangxi Airlines, which is 60% owned by Xiamen Airlines, will operate as a low-cost carrier from its base in Nanchang, the capital of southeast China’s Jiangxi province.

The airline will initially operate a fleet of single-aisle Boeing 737 aircraft on domestic routes from Nanchang’s Changbei International Airport.

Jiangxi Airlines will become the third all-new LCC to launch in China, following Shanghai-based Spring Airlines and 9 Air, which recently started operating from Guangzhou. Other former full-service carriers, including Chongqing‘s West Air and Beijing-based China United Airlines, have recently moved to the low-cost business model.
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