New Air Changan gets green light for Chinese expansion

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Air Changan operates a fleet of Boeing 737s
Air Changan operates a fleet of Boeing 737s

Air Changan, HNA Group’s newly-launched airline in Xi’an, has received permission to expand its domestic flight operations.

Under the terms of its upgraded Air Operator’s Certificate, issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the airline will now be able to set up new operating bases in other Chinese cities.

Air Changan launched in May 2016, following the revival of the former Chang An Airlines, which first started flying in 1992 and later merged with Hainan Airlines.

Currently, the carrier operates a fleet of five Boeing 737 aircraft to 22 Chinese destinations, including Changsha, Fuzhou, Guiyang, Sanya, Shenyang and Zhuhai.
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