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Grand China Air

Grand China Air
IATA
CN
ICAO
GDC
Callsign
GRAND CHINA [1]
Founded 2007
Subsidiaries Chang'an Airlines
China Xinhua Airlines
Tianjin Airlines
Fleet size 3
Parent company Grand China Airlines Holding Company
Headquarters Beijing, China
Website www.grandchinaair.com

Grand China Air (GCA, Simplified: 大新华航空, Traditional: 大新華航空, Pinyin: Dà Xīn Huá Hángkōng) is a Chinese airline based at Haikou Meilan International Airport.

Grand China Air is managed under a parent company called Grand China Airlines Holding Company (GCAHC) which is held jointly by [2][3]

History

Grand China Air was formed on 29 November 2007 under the initiative of the HNA group's largest operational entity, Hainan Airlines, to merge its operations with HNA Group's subsidiaries Shanxi Airlines, Chang'an Airlines, and China Xinhua Airlines. The airline is headquartered in Beijing and registered in Hainan Province. As of April 14, 2012 only one of its 737-800s have been fitted with winglets

Destinations

Grand China Air will serve the same destinations as Hainan Airlines.

Fleet

As of January 2013, the Grand China Air consists of the following aircraft:[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Designators and Indicators", Eurocontrol, retrieved on 2008-11-13.
  2. ^ Leo Zhang, "It's plane and simple: China has Grand plan", Shanghai Daily, 2007-11-30. Retrieved on 2008-03-31.
  3. ^ Hainan Airlines Announces Grand China Airline's Opening, China Hospitality News, 2007-12-03. Retrieved on 2008-03-31.
  4. ^ http://www.planespotters.net/Airline/Grand-China-Air

External links

  • Official website
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