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Donghai Airlines

Donghai Airlines
IATA
J5(Cargo)/DZ(Passenger)
ICAO
EPA
Callsign
DONGHAI AIR
Founded 2002
Hubs Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport
Subsidiaries Donghai Jet Co. Ltd.
Fleet size 10
Parent company Sichuan Airlines, Shenzhen Donggang Trade, Donghai United Group and Yonggang
Headquarters Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport
Shenzhen, China
Website .com.donghaiairwww
Corporate headquarters of Shenzhen Airlines

Donghai Airlines is an airline headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, with its base at Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport.[1] Its head office is in the Shenzhen Airlines facility on the airport property, which is in Bao'an District.[2]

History

The company was established in November 2002 as Jetwin Cargo Airline, with 2005 being the originally anticipated launch date for flight operations, using Boeing 737 aircraft. Initially, it was owned by Orient Holdings Group (65%) and (Hong Kong company) East Pacific Holdings (35%).[3] By 2006, the name was again changed, to East Pacific Airlines. By then, the company's ownership was as follows: Shenzhen Donggang Trade (51%), Donghai United Group (25%) and Yonggang (24%).[1] Still not having become operational, services were expected to start in August 2006 (subject to gaining approval from Chinese aviation authorities). Delivery of its first freighter aircraft, three Boeing 737-300 converted passenger planes, occurred until September of that year.[4]

In 2010, Donghai Jet Co. Ltd. ordered 5 Challenger business jet from Bombardier for business jet service, Donghai Jet Co. Ltd. received the first Canadair CL-600 business jet on 13 November.[5]

Destinations

Passenger Flights

Country Province City Airport Notes
China Guangdong Shenzhen Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport
Hub
China Zhejiang Ningbo Ningbo Lishe International Airport
China Liaoning Dalian Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport
China Heilongjiang Harbin Harbin Taiping International Airport
China Inner Mongolia Hailar Hailar Dongshan Airport
China Jiangsu Nanjing Nanjing Lukou International Airport
China Jilin Changchun Changchun Longjia International Airport
China Hainan Haikou Haikou Meilan International Airport
China Yunnan Kunming Kunming Changshui International Airport
China Liaoning Shenyang Shenyang Taoxian International Airport

Cargo

Donghai Airlines operates scheduled flights to Hong Kong, Manila, Ho Chi Minh City, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hangzhou and Wuxi.

Fleet

A Donghai Airlines Boeing 737-300F at Chengdu Airport in 2011.

The Donghai Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of July 2014):[1][6]

Donghai Jet Co. Ltd.

Donghai Airlines has bought two Boeing 737-300 passenger aircraft from China Eastern Airlines to be converted to freighters. The aircraft were expected to be completed in time for starting freighter operations at the beginning of August 2006. Pemco World Air Services has been contracted to convert four Boeing 737-300 passenger aircraft to full freighters (i.e. two immediate conversions and two option aircraft).[7]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Directory: World Airlines".  
  2. ^ "联系我们." Shenzhen Donghai Airlines. Retrieved on February 24, 2014. "Address:Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, Shenzhen Airlines. Post code:518128" - Chinese address: "地址:深圳市宝安区宝安国际机场航站四路3009号东海航空基地 邮政编码:518128"
  3. ^ Flight International 5–11 April 2005
  4. ^ Payload Asia August 2006
  5. ^ Bombardier November 2010
  6. ^ 15 July 2014. "Donghai Airlines Fleet in Planespotters.net". planespotters.net. Retrieved 2014-07-15. 
  7. ^ AirFinance Journal 26 April 2006

External links

  • (Chinese) Official website
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