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Hainan Airlines

IATA Code
ICAO Code
IATA Prefix
Callsign
HU
CHH
880
Hainan

Hainan Airlines Boeing 737-800
Hainan Airlines
HNA Development Building
29 Haixu Road
Haikou
Hainan Province 570206
CHINA

Tel.: +86 898 6673 9961
Fax: +86 898 6673 9960
Email:
Website: www.hnair.com

Type: Scheduled, charter, international, regional, domestic, pax, cargo
Owner: Grand China Air Holding Co (41.6%); Hainan Meilan Airport Co (10.46%); Hainan Provincial Development Holding Co (7.21%); Changliang Leasing (6.27%): others (34.46%)
Shareholdings: Chang An Airlines (87.35%); China Xinhua Airlines (67.59%); Yangtzse River Express (2%); Tianjin Airlines (0.83%)
Base: Haikou (HAK)
Hubs: Ningbo (NGB); Xi'an (XIY)
Start of ops: May 1993
Alliances: Aerosvit, Airberlin, American, Brussels Airlines, Capital Airlines, China Airlines, Etihad, EVA Air, Frontier, Grand China Air, Hong Kong Airlines, Hong Kong Express, Korean Air, Lucky Air, Rossiya, S7, Tianjin Airlines, UNI Air, Westair
Hainan Airlines operates this equipment:
  • 3 x Airbus A340-600
  • 1 x Boeing 787-8 (+9 planned)
  • 6 x Airbus A330-300
  • 3 x Boeing 767-300
  • 2 x Airbus A319-100 (leased out)
  • 15 x Airbus A320-200 (leased out; +29 planned)
  • 3 x Boeing 737-300 (+1 parked)
  • 2 x Boeing 737-400
  • 4 x Boeing 737-700 (+2 leased out; +6 planned)
  • 79 x Boeing 737-800 (+4 leased out; +12 planned)
Executives:
CEO:
Chief Financial Officer:
Managing Director:
Tie Li
Xu Zhoujin
Xiangdong Tan

Name Alias
IATA
Code
ICAO
Code
Country Base Dates
Hainan Airlines China Hainan Airlines
H4;HX;HU
CHH
China Haikou 1989-
Formed by Chinese Land Economic Corporation with help from CAAC. Started ops in 1993. 25% stake taken in 1995 by Georges Soros through Qantum Fund (later American Aviation, diluted to 14.8% by 2005 then expanded). Became main subsidiary of HNA Group Co.Ltd. Formed subsidiary Yangtze River Express for freighter ops in 2002. Announced in 2004 to take over Xinhua AL, Shanxi Aviation and Changan AL in 2004 and to be reorganize them in Beijing under holding company Grand China Airlines (Great Xinhua), with Pan-American Aviation Holdings Ltd taking ~15% share in 2006. Capital raised in 7/06 making Great Xinhua Airlines the majority stakeholder, replacing George Soros. Announced 3/07 its intent to join OneWorld alliance. Launched several airlines as joint ventures: Capital Airlines (with Beijing government), West China Air (Chongqing government), Lucky Air (Yunnan government), Tianjin Airlines (Tianjin government), Fuzhou Airlines (Fuzhou government). Announced in early 2013 several more joint ventures: Urumqi Airlines, Heilongjiang Airlines.