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Hainan Airlines is a Chinese airline headquartered in Haikou, China and has a hub at Beijing Capital International Airport as well as Haikou Meilan International Airport.

 

Hainan Airlines operates to many destinations includes Abu Dhabi, Aksu Airport, Almaty, Ankang, Anshan, Baise, Bangkok, Baotou, Beijing, Berlin, Chengdu, Chicago, Chifeng, Chita, Changzhi, Guangzhou, Guiyang, Guilin, Haikou, Jiamusi, Jinan, Jinzhou, Nanjing, Paris, Phuket, Paris and many others. In 2013, Hainan Airlines retained the "Skytrax 5-Star Airline Company" title for a third year in a row and in February 2016, was listed as one of World's Top 5 safest airlines by JACDEC.

 

Hainan Airlines has codeshare agreements with many airlines including Air Berlin, American Airlines, Brussels Airlines, EVA Air, Garuda Indonesia, Hong Kong Airlines, Korean Air, S7 Airlines.

 

Hainan Airlines is one of the seven Asian airlines rated as 5-star by Skytrax, along with All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Garuda Indonesia, Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines. Hainan Airlines' fleet consists of Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Airbus A330-200, Airbus A330-300, Boeing 787-800 and Boeing 737-700.

 

Starting in June 2016, Hainan Airlines will operate a nonstop flights service from Manchester to Beijing. From Beijing, passengers can easily transfer to other cities in China via Hainan Airlines' network. In addition, Hainan Airlines offer 2 checked baggage allowance for this route.

 


 

Frequent Flyer Program

 

Hainan Airlines operates a frequent flyer program called the Fortune Wings Club to reward regular passengers.

 

Fortune Wings Club allows passengers to earn points by flying with any of the seven airline companies under the Hainan Airlines flagship: Hainan Airlines, Grand China Air, Tianjin Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Lucky Air, Capital Airlines and Fuzhou Airlines. Fortune Wings Club is a worldwide incentive program targeting at frequent flyers, to help with accelerating your dream of a free flight.

 

Hainan Airlines currently operates a mixed fleet of 185 aircraft, with almost three-quarters being B737-800s.

It serves 110 destinations in 21 countries and operates from bases at: 

Chengdu, Beijing Capital, Guangzhou, Haikou, Hangzhou, Sanya, Shenzhen and Xi'an Xianyang.

 


 

Baggage

 

Hainan Airlines applies a different baggage policy depending on the route and fare class selected.

On flights between Europe and China, passengers in Business Class are entitled to 2 pieces of baggage of up to 32 kg, passengers in economy class are entitled to 1 piece of baggage of up to 23 kg.

 

Hainan Airlines lounges at Beijing Capital International Airport are divided into two First-Class lounges and 2 VIP lounges. The 5-star catering is enjoyed by guests within the lounges.

 


 

News

22nd September 2017

Hainan Airlines adds Boeing 787 Russia service in W17

Hainan Airlines in winter 2017/18 season plans to introduce Boeing 787 aircraft for its Russia service, including Moscow and St. Petersburg. Planned aircraft changes as follow.

Beijing – Moscow Sheremetyevo eff 31OCT17 787-8 replaces A330, 2 weekly
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Beijing – St. Petersburg eff 01NOV17 787-9 replaces A330, 1 weekly
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19th September 2017

 

Hainan Airlines has commenced two new long-haul routes this week which included the introduction of another European airport to its network

Before that on 12 September the carrier began its second link to Tel Aviv (TLV), starting a three times weekly service to the Israeli city from Shanghai Pudong (PVG).

The 7,976-kilometre route, which no other airline currently operates, will be flown on the airline’s 787-9s. This route adds to Hainan Airlines’ existing route to Tel Aviv from Beijing. On 15 September the Chinese carrier welcomed Belgrade (BEG) to its route map, starting a twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) link from Beijing (PEK) that operates via its existing Prague operation.

The 7,420-kilometre connection to the Serbian capital faces no direct competition and will be flown on the airline’s fleet of A330-300s according to OAG schedules. 

 

 

15th September 2017

 

Hainan Airlines first in China to order Boeing Split Scimitar Winglets

Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) today announced that Hainan Airlines has committed to install Split Scimitar Winglets on 36 of its fleet of Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft. Hainan was the first airline in China to operate with APB’s Blended Winglet technology, and now will be the first airline in China to operate with APB’s latest product, Split Scimitar Winglets.

“Sixteen years ago APB welcomed Hainan Airlines as the first airline in China to install Blended Winglets on its aircraft,” said Patrick LaMoria, Aviation Partners Boeing executive vice president and chief commercial officer. “Since then, both Hainan and Blended Winglets have become an extraordinary presence worldwide in the airline industry. APB is very proud to continue this relationship with the introduction of Split Scimitar Winglets in China.”

Split Scimitar Winglets confirm Hainan’s commitment to providing exceptional value to its customers, through the implementation of efficient technology. Every flight with this technology reduces Hainan’s energy needs and the resulting pollutant emissions.

Hainan’s aircraft will be modified during routine maintenance visits at Hainan Airlines’ maintenance facility, HNA Technology, in Haikou. Installation tasks can be performed concurrently with most maintenance activities, allowing for a very efficient shop visit. Once installed, the Split Scimitar Winglets can reduce block fuel consumption by up to an additional 2.2%, resulting in fuel savings of about 140,000 liters per year per aircraft, and carbon dioxide emissions reduced by more than 350 tonnes. Once all 36 aircraft are modified, Hainan Airlines will save almost 5 million liters of fuel and 12,700 tonnes of emissions per year.

“Hainan Airlines recognizes the importance of investing in their fleet,” said Craig McCallum, APB’s senior director of sales and marketing. “They are committed to reducing fuel consumption, emissions, and costs by operating the most efficient fleet of narrowbody aircraft in all of Asia.”

Since launching the Boeing Next-Generation 737 Split Scimitar Winglet program APB has taken orders and options for 1,745 systems, and nearly 1,000 aircraft are now operating with the technology. APB estimates that its products have reduced aircraft fuel consumption worldwide by over 7.7 billion gallons to-date.

 

 

12th September 2017

 

China’s Hainan Airlines launches Tel-Aviv Shanghai flights

n airliner of Chinese airline Hainan Airlines today landed at Ben Gurion Airport. The landing ended the inaugural flight of the company's new Tel Aviv-Shanghai route, with three weekly flights on Boeing Dreamliners.

Because the route is to a new destination, Hainan Airlines will receive a €750,000 grant from the Ministry of Tourism, to be used for marketing efforts aimed at increasing the number of Chinese tourists to Israel, among other things. Hainan launched its first route from Tel Aviv to Beijing in April 2016. The airline announced that it was considering expanding its service on this route, and this month added a fifth weekly flight on the route.

 

12th September 2017

 

China’s Hainan Airlines cuts international capacity to US, Europe

Hainan Airlines will cut international capacity to the US and Europe in the fall and winter seasons because of low load factors. The Haikou-based carrier said it would reduce frequencies on the following routes: Beijing-Chicago from 4X-weekly to 3X-weekly; Beijing-San Jose from 5X-weekly to 3X-weekly; Beijing-Seattle from daily to 5X-weekly; Shanghai (Pudong)-Seattle from 4X-weekly to 3X-weekly; and Beijing-Manchester from 4X-weekly to 3X-weekly. 

 

5th September 2017

 

Hainan Airlines W17 long-haul frequency changes

Hainan Airlines in recent schedule update filed service reductions on selected long-haul service during winter 2017/18 season, from 29OCT17 to 24MAR18. Planned adjustment as follow.

Beijing – Chicago O’Hare Reduce from 4 to 3 weekly, except 15DEC17 – 23DEC17 (4 weekly in W16)
Beijing – Manchester Reduce from 4 to 3 weekly (4 weekly in W16)
Beijing – San Jose CA Reduce from 5 to 3 weekly, except 15DEC17 – 23DEC17 (4 weekly in W16)
Beijing – Seattle Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, except 15DEC17 – 23DEC17 (7 weekly in W16)
Shanghai Pu Dong – Seattle Reduce from 4 to 3 weekly, except 18DEC17 (4 weekly in W16)

 

1st September 2017

Hainan Airlines adds Shenzhen-Cairns from December 2017

Hainan Airlines in Northern winter 2017/18 season continues to expand Australia operation, as the airline schedules Shenzhen – Cairns service from 19DEC17. Airbus A330-300 aircraft will operate this route twice a week.

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16th August 2017

 

Hainan Airlines close to finalising scheduling on Beijing-Dublin flights

 

China's Hainan Airlines is close to agreeing a direct scheduled flight from Dublin to Beijing for the upcoming winter season, according to a number of sources.

Discussions have been under way for some time between the airline and Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) and the airline is close to finalising a schedule for the flights, the Sunday Independent has learned. The flight will operate on alternate days to Dublin and Edinburgh in Scotland and this has added complexity to the scheduling and slot negotiations, it is understood. Hainan Airlines is China's fourth-largest carrier and is owned by the huge HNA conglomerate, which also owns Dublin-based aircraft leasing firm Avolon.

Local Fine Gael councillor Tom O'Leary, who has campaigned for the direct flights, said that detailed negotiations were "progressing very positively".

"My understanding is that flights may possibly commence in October," he said. "Fingal has a wonderful opportunity to capitalise on the potential that this new flight destination offers. Local companies need to start planning now to avail of this opportunity."

A DAA spokesman said it "does not comment on whether or not it is in discussions with specific airlines in relation to potential new services".

Dublin is already undergoing a boom in eastbound traffic with the recent arrival of Qatar Airways adding to a strong presence of Middle Eastern carriers, including Etihad and Emirates.

But, to date, no airline has launched a direct route from the Far East to Ireland. But interest in Ireland to Asia routes has been growing. Last week, Japan Airlines flew the first-ever direct flight from Japan to Dublin, a one-off charter with 240 Japanese travel industry professionals on board.

But the Chinese market is seen as key for both tourism and business reasons. Tourism Ireland chief executive Niall Gibbons described a direct link with China as "vital".

"We have worked very closely with DAA on this and we put a proposal on the table in relation to joint marketing with Hainan and that is in place. We are very excited about the prospect of this flight," said Gibbons.

Tourism Ireland has already seen a significant increase in Chinese visitors this year, he said.

 

 

 

12th July 2017

Hainan Airline launches high-fashion designer uniforms for cabin crew

 

Hainan Airlines hooked up with designer Laurence Xu to create a new, high-fashion look that takes its cabin crew to the next level. 

The collection was launched at Paris Couture Week on 4 July, and takes inspiration from a traditional Chinese dress called a Cheongsam. Pieces also feature Chinese-influenced prints, such as the Roc – a mythical bird.

 

The uniforms blend influences from East and West. The looks are given a modern twist with Western additions, such as tailored coats and capes in muted grey and beret-style hats.

Xu wanted to combine "classical, time-honoured Oriental aesthetics and the silhouette of a modern Western suit” for the Hainan collection.

“The cooperation between Hainan Airlines and Lawrence Xu is industry leading,” said Xu Fei, brand director of Hainan Airlines. “We are not only creating a new uniform but also showing the internationalized image of our airline. 

“Especially on international routes, we would like to let passengers know that China is modern and trendy.” 

 

5th July 2017

Hainan Airlines launches Shenzhen - Brisbane Non-Stop Service on 20th September

Hainan Airlines unveiled its new cabin uniforms at Paris Couture Week Tuesday, revealing the East-meets-West aesthetic. The traditional Chinese cheongsam dress is the template for a design with clouds, sea, sky and mountains to evoke the take-off of a Hainan aircraft and the roc, a mythical bird that denotes strength. It's the first redesign in seven years and maintains some of the iconic elements used in previous iterations: Asian, art-inspired images and a muted, grey color scheme.

 

4th July 2017

Hainan Airlines launches Shenzhen - Brisbane Non-Stop Service on 20th September

Hainan Airlines plans to launch a non-stop service between Shenzhen, China and Brisbane, Australia on September 20, 2017. Following the successful launch of the Shenzhen-Auckland service, this will be Hainan Airlines' second intercontinental flight from Shenzhen and the airline's fifth direct flight to Australia and New Zealand. Hainan Airlines has been named a SKYTRAX five-star airline for seven consecutive years and was listed among the Top 10 SKYTRAX carriers. Since 1993, the airline has rolled out more than 1,000 domestic and international routes from and to nearly 100 cities across Asia, Europe, North Americaand Oceania.

The airline also has one of the world's best safety records in that it has not had a major accident in its 24 years of operation and was ranked third in airline safety in 2016 by JACDEC, a German airline safety data evaluation firm, the best achieved by a mainland Chinese carrier.

 

22nd June 2017

Hainan Airlines links up New York and Chongqing

From 20th October 2017, Hainan Airlines will introduce flights between Chongqing and New York, becoming the first non-stop service between western China and New York.

The new service will depart Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport on Wednesdays and Fridays at 22.00, and arrive in John F Kennedy International Airport at 00.50 the following day. Return flights depart John F Kennedy International Airport on Thursdays and Saturdays at 02.50, and arrive in Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport at 06.35 am the following day.

 

22nd May 2017

Hainan Airlines has announced transaction of 19 Boeing aircraft for $4.2 billion to help meet skyrocketing travel demand by Chinese consumers. The airline will buy 13 Boeing 787-9 passenger jets and 6 737-8s, citing the contiued "rapid growth" in China's travel market as incomes rise. Chinese companies have encouraged businesses to invest overseas.

 

9th May 2017

Hainan Airlines has requested for rights to fly to 4 continents at the end of this year.

The HNA Group have asked the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for permission to fly Boeing 787s 4 x weekly between Zurich and Shanghai starting in November.

Destinations are as follows:

Zurich; Tehran; Iran; Sydney and Tijuana.

 

May 2017

Hainan Airlines announced it has continued its expansion across China with the establishment of Shanxi Airlines (Taiyuan), a joint-venture between the HNA Group unit and the Shanxi Provincial Government in northern China. The new carrier replaces another similarly named airline - Shan Xi Airlines (1988) (CXI, Taiyuan) - which was majority-owned by Hainan Airlines until its absorption into its parent in 2009.

In addition to using joint ventures, Hainan Airlines is also in the process of establishing multiple branch companies across China to help expand and consolidate its domestic presence. In a recent Shanghai Stock Exchange filing, the carrier made mention of progress being made in terms of the setting up of units in Chengdu, Chongqing, Sanya, and Hangzhou.

 

Hainan Airlines announced it plans to purchase nineteen aircraft

 In a Shanghai Stock Exchange filing, Hainan said that it planned to partly fund the CNY28.9 billion (USD4.19 billion) fleet expansion through the issue of CNY15 billion (USD2.18 billion) in convertible bonds. Hainan Airlines says that the addition of nineteen aircraft is expected to increase revenue by CNY5.14 billion (USD746 million) annually. 

 

Hainan Airlines announced it is to run daily flights between Manchester and Beijing for the peak summer period

The Chinese carrier will raise frequency between the two cities to a daily service from July until the end of September. The airline previously announced plans to increase capacity to five flights a week from June. The flights will be operated using Boeing 787-800 and 787-900 Dreamliners.

 

April 2017

Hainan Airlines announced it had applied for fligths to launch four new international routes in the fourth quarter of the year

The carrier is planning twice-weekly services between Haikou and Sydney using Airbus A330s, thrice weekly services on the Shanghai Pudong-Chengdu-Tehran route using A330s or Boeing 787s, as well as four-times weekly services between Shanghai Pudong and Zurich using 787s. It plans to launch the three routes in November. Thereafter, it will follow with thrice-weekly services on the Chengdu-Shanghai Pudong-Tijuana route in December. This will be operated using 787s.

 

 

Hainan Airlines announced it had plans to sell two B737-800s to its Yangtze River Airlines unit for $133m

The aircraft involved in the sale are said to be B-1992 (msn 41376) and B-1577 (msn 40745), both of which are already in service for Yangtze River Airlines.

 

Yangtze River Airlines currently operates five B737-800s, its only dedicated passenger jets, on flights connecting Shanghai Pudong with Guilin, Guiyang, Harbin, Sanya, Zhuhai, Lianyungang, Hohhot, Taiyuan, and Zhengzhou.

 

Hainan Airlines announced it had adjusted its planned operation for Beijing-Manchester service for summer 2017 season

From 01MAY17, the 4 weekly flights will be operated by Boeing 787-8, replacing A330-300. Planned 5th weekly frequency, previously reported, remains unchanged for the month of June 2017. This will further expand to daily operation, from 02JUL17 to 30SEP17. In April 2017, Hainan Airlines announced it was further expanding South East Asia service from Sanya, witht the scheduling of Sanya - Utapao route. Since 11APR17, this route is served 3 times a week, on board Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

 

 

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In April 2017, Hainan Airlines announced it was increasing its Bejijing - Brussels service, which is currently served 5 times a week.

From 22nd May 2017, the airline will increase overall operation to daily, with Airbus A330-300 aircraft.

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March 2017

Hainan Airlines announced it had launched the Prime Wings International Lounge at Terminal 2 Beijing Airport. Hainan Airlines is shortly to open it’s first international VIP lounge, the Prime Wings Lounge, located at Terminal 2 of Beijing Capital International Airport. Regarded as Hainan Airlines current flagship project, the Prime Wings Lounge will be available to Hainan Airlines business class customers and top tier frequent flyer guests travelling on international flights. As well as launching the new, International Prime Wings Lounge at Terminal 2 Beijing Capital Airport, Hainan Airlines will soon launch a brand new International lounge at Xi’an Airport and Hangzhou Airport. The airline has recently opened a new domestic lounge at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport. The existing domestic lounges at Terminal 1 Beijing Capital Airport will be expanded and upgraded later in 2017, as a part of Hainan Airlines considerable investment to launch new domestic and international lounges around their rapidly growing network.

 

 


 

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Haikou Meilan International Airport

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Haikou Meilan International Airport is a Chinese airport serving Haikou, the capital of Hainan Province, China. Haikou Melian International Airport is the hub airport for Hainan Airlines and Tianjin Airlines. Haikou Melian International Airport has one runaway and can handle nearly 15 million passengers every year.

Other airlines which fly to and from Haikou Meilan International Airport include Air China, Beijing Capital Airlines, Chengdu Airlines, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Express Airlines, Donghai Airlines, Dragonair and many others. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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The Best Airline from Mainland China?


It's an unfamiliar name, but this amazing Chinese airline has won three prestigious airline awards for the Best Airline from China in the last four years and is the largest privately owned airline in China. As well as being large, it has over 110 aircraft in its growing fleet, it also has investments in other growing airlines including Beijing Capital Airlines (70%), Lucky Air (67.95%), Tianjin Airlines (20%), Yangtze River Express (51%), Hong Kong Airlines (45%) and Hong Kong Express Airways (45%). As well as bases in seven major Chinese cities namely:Beijing, Xi'an, Taiyuan, Urumqi, Guangzhou, Lanzhou,Dalian and Shenzhen, Hainan airlines operate services to six major European capitals plus Toronto (Canada) and Seattle (US). It really is a global airline, with a strong local network of flights in the expanding domestic Chinese air travel market.

Hainan Airlines Flights - what to expect?

This is NOT a low cost carrier. You get the choice of two class service on all intercontinental flights as well as the option of Chinese or western meals on the flights to North America. The airline prides itself on the friendliness of the cabin crew and even on the domestic sectors within China you should find an English speaker available. In a world where the growth in Chinese Air Travel is going to drive lots of extra future choice for Air Travellers, Hainan Airlines will undoubtably be in the forefront of developments. Their frequent flyer club called, Fortune Wings, extends to their sister airlines including, Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express.

Hainan Airlines - where do they fly?

As well as over 67 airports within China, Hainan have services to Luanda, Cairo and Khartoum in Africa; five destinations in south East Asia; six destinations in Russia plus Kazakhstan. North American services fly to Seattle and Toronto whilst Australia is served with srvices to Sydney.European flights terminate in Brussels, Berlin, Budapest, Istanbul and Zurich.

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Hainan Airlines ups frequency from Berlin to Beijing

From July 01st, Hainan Airlines, the largest privately owned airline in China, has announced an increase in the number of weekly flights between its base in Beijing and the German capital, Berlin by adding a further frequency to its current four times a week service.

Hainan Airlines launch new Beijing to Cairo service

Hainan Airlines of China, has launched new direct services between Beijing and Cairo, the capital of Egypt from November 2010.

Hainan Airlines plans international expansion

Hainan Airlines of China has announced a plan to increase its international network of services.

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Hainan Airlines starts flying to Las Vegas

Hainan Airlines starts flying to Las Vegas   Hainan Airlines will start flying to Las Vegas as of December 2016.

Hainan Airlines continues to grow by adding new international routes

Hainan Airlines continues to grow by adding new international routes    Hainan Airlines has continued to grow by adding new international routes with Changsha to Sydney route starting in September 2016!


Hainan Airlines launches new routes as it continues to grow!

Hainan Airlines launches new routes as it continues to grow!

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