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Air China Air China Airlines

Air China is operated by Air China Ltd. China National Aviation Holding company, is a wholly owned Government corporation of the People?s Republic of China. Air China has hubs in Beijing, Chengdu, and Shang-Hi, serving 130 destinations in 25 countries with 230 aircraft. In 2007, the airline reported sales of over 7bil.(in US dollars), a one year growth of 22.1%.

In 1984, China?s Civil Aviation Administration (CAAC) was reorganized into four divisions. Out of this the principal competitors to Air China emerged as Cathay Pacific Airways, China Eastern Airlines Corporation, Ltd. And China Southern Airlines company, Ltd. Air China was a corporate sponsor of the 2008 Summer Olympic games in Beijing. It also played a major role in the distribution of relief supplies following the massive summer Earthquake that struck China shortly before the summer Olympic games.

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Air China flys to:

Auckland, Stockholm, Bangkok, Boston, Paris, Jakarta, Cologne, Christchurch, Copenhagen, Delhi, Denver, Dallas Fort Worth, Dusseldorf, Rome, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hanover, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Washington DC, Seoul, New York - John F Kennedy International, Osaka, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Munich, Nagoya, Tokyo, Nuremberg, Chicago, Oslo, Portland, Beijing, Shanghai, Seattle, San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Stuttgart, Berlin, Vienna, Wellington, Vancouver, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth

What people are saying about Air China right now:

Source: Flightglobal
Chinese carriers flag worsening financial impact amid Q1 losses - Flightglobal
Twitter: From user 'Gregory Norminton'
RT @StephenLeahy: Fossil fuels + plastics: If the global plastics industry were a country it’d be the fourth largest CO2 emitter behind Chi…
Source: Business Traveller
China Airlines to rename? – Business Traveller - Business Traveller
Source: The Economist
Chinese carriers restart their engines - The Economist
Twitter: From user 'Kim'
RT @KanchanGupta: Just how strong is the anti-#China sentiment in #India on account of the Made in China #COVID19 pandemic? Fair to say pre…
Twitter: From user 'Estella'
RT @PDChina: This incredible wild #mushroom native to SW China's Yunnan will immediately turn green when exposed to air. It's the world's o…
Twitter: From user 'Dz Le'
@johny2b @supbrow @duandang What I mean: US showoff is meaningless to China. In contrast to that, the constant pres… https://t.co/yJENyLYAMp
Twitter: From user 'T_madison'
RT @theF35JPO: .@31stMeu F-35B pilots are sharpening their skills aboard #USSAmerica (LHA 6). The F-35Bs conducted aerial reconnaissance an…
Source: Forbes
China Eastern Airlines Plans To Resume 70%-80% Of Flights By June In Coronavirus Recovery Push - Forbes
Source: Business Traveller
Air China publishes planned routes for May - Business Traveller