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Henan Airlines has ceased operations

Unfortunately, Henan Airlines ceased operations in 2010.

About Henan Airlines:

Henan Airlines, or 河南 航空, was a regional airline based in northern China. It was based at Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport and was a subsidiary of Shenzhen Airlines. It was founded in 2006 as Kunpeng Airlines but changed its name in 2009 to Henan Airlines.

Unfortunately, Henan Airlines operated its last flight in August 2010.


Henan Airlines operated domestic flights to the following destinations in China:

  • Hefei, Anhui
  • Beijing, Beijing
  • Fuzhou, Fujian
  • Hailar, Inner Mongolia
  • Hohhot, Inner Mongolia
  • Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia
  • Dunhuang, Gansu
  • Jiayuguan, Gansu
  • Lanzhou, Gansu
  • Nanning, Guangxi
  • Wuzhou, Guangxi
  • Qinhuangdao, Hebei
  • Shijiazhuang, Hebei
  • Harbin, Heilongjiang
  • Yichun, Heilongjiang
  • Xiangfan, Hubei
  • Wuhan, Hubei
  • Changchun, Jilin
  • Nanjing, Jiangsu
  • Shenyang, Liaoning
  • Yinchuan, Ningxia
  • Xi’an, Shaanxi
  • Yulin, Shaanxi
  • Linyi, Shandong
  • Yantai, Shandong
  • Taiyuan, Shanxi
  • Tianjin, Tianjin
  • Huangyan, Zhejiang

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Hub Airport

Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport

Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport is the airport which serves the capital of Henan province, Zhengzhou.

It was opened in 1997, replacing the old Dongjiao Airport and serves as a central international gateway to the Henan province.

It is the hub for Cargolux, but also the focus city for China Southern Airlines, Donghai Airlines, Lucky Air, Shenzhen Airlines and West Air.


Before ceasing operations, the airline had 4 x Embraer E190 aircraft in its fleet.

Henan Airlines also had an order for 100 x Comac ARJ21-700