Founded in 2015, Colorful Guizhou Airlines is a Chinese airline offering domestic scheduled passenger throughout Western China. The airline is locally owned by the Guizhou province and is situated at Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport.
Colorful Guizhou Airlines was officially launched in June 2015, when the airline announced its name, planned routes and its first order of Embraer aircraft. In December of the same year, Colorful Guizhou Airlines received its first Embraer aircraft and before the end of the year flew its inaugural flight from Guiyang to Bijie.
Colorful Guizhou Airlines has different carry-on and checked baggage requirements.
Carry-on baggage on all Guizhou Airlines flights has a maximum weight limit of 10kg and maximum size limit of 20 x 40 x 55 cm.
First Class and Business Class passengers on Guizhou Airlines flights are allowed two pieces of carry-on baggage that fit within this size and weight, free of charge.
Economy Class and Super Economy Class passenger on Guizhou Airlines flights are allowed one piece of carry-on baggage that fit within this size and weight, free of charge.
Checked baggage on all Colorful Guizhou Airlines flights must be no heavier than 50kg per piece and must fit within the dimensions of 40 x 60 x 100 cm.
First Class and Business Class passengers are entitled to two pieces of checked baggage with a maximum combined weight of 40kg checked baggage, free of charge.
Economy Class and Super Economy Class passeners are entitled to two pieces of checked baggage with a maximum combined weight of 20kg, free of charge.
Additional baggage is available to purchase on Colorful Guizhou Airlines flights.
Colorful Guizhou Airlines passengers can choose to check in online or at the airport.
Colorful Guizhou Airlines online check-in is available by visiting the Colorful Guizhou Airlines online check-in page and enter the relevant flight details.
Passengers can check-in for their Colorful Guizhou Airlines flight by visiting the airline's dedicated check-in counter at the airport.
Colorful Guizhou Airlines flies to the following destinations in China:
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Guiyang International Airport is an international airport in Guiyang in the Guizhou Province, China and is the hub airport for Colorful Guizhou Airlines. The airport opened in 1997 and is located around 7 miles southeast of the centre of Guiyang. The airline has just one terminal, from which airlines operate both domestic and international flights from.
Other airlines that fly to and from Colorful Guizhou Airlines include Fuzhou Airlines, Chengdu Airlines, Jiangxi Air, New Gen Airways, 9 Air, Qingdao Airlines and Suparna Airlines and Loong Air. The airport was the hub for Yunnan Yingan Airlines until 2015, when the airline eased operations.
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Colorful Guizhou Airlines fleet is made up completely of Embraer aircraft. The airline has over five Embraer E190s within its fleet.
18th January 2019
Colorful Guizhou Airlines will double its fleet as the airline is set to have an intake new aircraft in summer 2019. The airline will take in a number of Embraer E190s this summer, which is the same model type that already exists within its fleet.
This news comes as the airline looks to expand its route network to serve a total of 36 different destinations in 2019. The airline has projected that it will have a total of 24 aircraft within its fleet by 2020, which it wants to use to launch its first-ever international services.