Tianjin Airlines (Chinois: 天津航空; pinyin: Tiānjīn Hángkōng —formerly Grand China Express Air) is a regional airline headquartered in Tianjin Binhai International Airport passenger terminal building, Dongli District, Tianjin, République populaire de Chine, operating domestic scheduled passenger and cargo flights out of Tianjin Binhai International Airport.
La compagnie a été créée en 2004 in an effort to merge the major aviation assets of Hainan Airlines, China Xinhua Airlines, Chang’an Airlines and Shanxi Airlines, and received its operating licence from the Civil Aviation Administration of China in 2007. Scheduled flights were launched under the brand name Grand China Express Air, using 29-32 seat Dornier 328-300 jets. At that time, the company was China’s largest regional airline, operating on 78 routes linking 54 cities. Sur 10 Juin 2009, the company name was changed to Tianjin Airlines. Au mois d'août 2011, 63 destinations are served (excluding those operated on behalf of Hainan Airlines), though by 2012, the airline intends to fly on more than 450 routes linking at least 90 cities, taking more than 90% of the domestic regional aviation market.
À partir d'octobre 2013, the Tianjin Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft with an average age of 2.6 années: Airbus A320, Embraer ERJ 145, and Embraer 190. En outre, Tianjin Airlines operates 11 Dornier 328 aircraft which are owned by Hainan Airlines.
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