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About Donghai Airlines

Donghai Airlines is a Chinese airline headquartered in Shenzen, Guangdong in China. Donghai Airlines flies to 10 cities which include: Shenzhen, Ningbo, Dalian, Harbin, Hailar Nanjing, Changchun, Kunmig, Haikou and Shenyang. Scheduled flights are to Manila, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Ming City, Chengdu, Shanghai, Beijing, Hangzhou and Wuxi. The airline was first launched as Jetwin Cargo Airline in 2005 and has frequently changed it’s name since and in 2010 it officially became Donghai Airlines.

In 2015 the airline increased its operations to include long-haul and international flights within the next 8 years intends to have an aircraft base of 120 by 2025. Donghai Airlines plan to offer features such as, large stow bins, dimmable windows, lower cabin altitude and modern LED lighting as well as a comfortable, smooth journey for the passenger. 


Donghai Airlines Fleet

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The Doghair Airlines operates its flight using Being 737-800s. It's also looking to update its fleet with the addition of Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Boeing 787-9s.


Donghai Airlines Destinations

Donghai Airlines flies to the following destinations.

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Donghai Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers flying Economy or First Class on Donghai Airlines are entitled to one piece of 5kg free carry-on baggage per passenger. 

Passengers flying Business Class on Donghai Airlines are entitled to two pieces of 5kg free carry-on baggage per passengers. 

Carry-on baggage must no exceed 20 x 40 x 55 cm.


Checked Baggage

The following baggage rules apply for both international and flights operated by Donghai Airlines.

Passengers flying Economy Class on Donghai Airlines are entitled to 20kg of free checked baggage.

Passengers flying Business Class on Donghai Airlines are given a 30kg free checked baggage allowance.

Passengers flying First Class on Donghai Airlines are allowed 40kg of free checked baggage.

No one piece of baggage can weigh more than 32kg and must fit within the overall dimensions of 158 cm. 


Donghai Airlines Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Online check-in is available on the Donghai Airlines online check-in page. Passengers must enter the relevant travel details to complete online check-in. Online check-in closes 90 minutes before flight departure time on all Donghai Airlines flights. 


Airport Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Donghai Airlines flight by presenting the relevant travel documents to a Donghai Airlines check-in agent at the check-in counter at the airport of departure. 


Donghai Airlines Hub Airport

Shenzhen Baoan International Airport

Shenzhen Baoan International Airport is located 32 kilometres northwest of the city of Shenzhen, near Fuyong and Huantian villages in Bao’an district in Shenzhen, China. Shenzhen Baoan International Airport also offers connectivity to domestic Chinese cities. The airport serves as an Asian-Pacific cargo hub for UPS airlines, has 2 runways and a new terminal that recently opened in 2013. The airport is known to be one of three largest airport hubs in Southern China, near Hong Kong International Airport and has handled over 26 million passengers since opening in 1991. The airport also has direct ferry routes, allowing passengers to transit without going through custom or immigration checks. Other airlines that fly to the airport include Hebei AirlinesChina United Airlines and 9 Air.


Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport

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Donghai Airlines News


27th June 2018

Donghai Airlines fly to Myanmar twice a week from next month

Donghai Airlines will add a new route to its network that will see the airline fly between China and Myanmar twice a week. Donghai Airlines will fly between Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport, (SZX) and Mandalay International Airport (MDL) using a Boeing 737-800. The airline will operate its inaugural flights on 9th July of this year. The flight is expected to take 3 hours.


24th April 2018

Australia-China market: Donghai Airlines launches Darwin

Darwin will become the seventh Australian airport with scheduled services from China at the end of May-2018 as Donghai Airlines launches two weekly flights from its Shenzhen hub. Donghai will become the ninth Chinese airline serving the fast expanding Australia-China market.

The Shenzhen-Darwin route, which will be served with 737s, marks important milestones for both Donghai Airlines and Darwin airport. For Donghai, Darwin will be only its third international and its first long haul destination. Longer routes deeper into Australia could be launched after Donghai takes delivery of 787s.

For Darwin, the new service enables a resumption of international growth after the loss of three international airlines. The suspension of services from Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia and Philippine Airlines over the past year has left Darwin with only two foreign airlines – Singapore-based Jetstar Asia and SilkAir.


12th April 2018

Darwin to China direct flights launched for the first time

Darwinites will be able to fly direct to China for the first time, in what the NT Government is billing as a game-changer for Asian tourism.

Donghai Airlines will launch a direct, non-stop service from Shenzhen in May.

Dubbed the "Silicon Valley" of China, and with more than 14 million people, the city is considered a major financial centre in southern China.

The Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the service would have the potential to pump around $32 million into the economy each year — but only once the route reaches three flights per week at 80 per cent capacity.

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The services will use a new Boeing 737-800 and will later be upgraded to a B737 MAX 8, Donghai Airlines said.

The flights are expected to operate two times per week, flying Wednesdays and Sundays from Shenzhen to Darwin and return.

NT Airports CEO Ian Kew said the new link between Darwin and China would create more than 35,000 airline seats directly into the market.

"Uniquely, Donghai Airlines will be the only airline from China to serve Australia with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, providing a more cost effective and economically efficient aircraft that will enable very competitive fares to be offered," Mr Kew said.

Airline tickets for the bi-weekly service will go on sale in China this afternoon, but bookings out of Darwin will not be available until the end of April.

The NT Government said that figure was expected to increase to three services per week during peak periods.