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PLAZAMEDIA, China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited (simplified Chinese: ??; vernacular ly known as ??/??) is an air carrier based in the China Eastern Airlines Building, on the premises of Shanghai Hongqiao Airport in the Changning District, Shanghai. 3 ] It is a large PRC carrier serving national, local and national airlines.
The most important turnstiles are Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport with alternative turnstiles at Beijing Capital International Airport, Kunming Changshui International Airport and Xi'an Xianyang International Airport. In terms of passengers, China Eastern Airlines is China's second biggest airline. Since June 21, 2011, China Eastern and its Shanghai Airlines affiliate have been SkyTeam's fourteenth member.
5 ] The holding entity of China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited (SSE: 600115 SEHK: 670 NYSE: CEA) is the China Eastern Airlines Group, a state-owned corporation oversaw by the State Property Supervision and Administration Commission of the Council of State. This is the old China Eastern Airlines emblem. The Civil Aviation Administration of China Huadong Administration founded China Eastern Airlines on June 25, 1988.
China Eastern took over the non-profitable China General Aviation in 1997 and was also the first carrier in the United States to sell stocks on the global aviation markets. It established China Cargo Airlines in 1998 in a JV with COSCO. The acquisition of Great Wall Airlines was finalised in March 2001. 4]China Yunnan Airlines und China Northwest Airlines fusionierten 2003 zu China Eastern Airlines.
China Eastern Airlines will be merged with Shanghai Airlines on June 11, 2009. 16 ] The aim of the China Eastern/Shanghai Airlines concentration was to mitigate surplus competitive pressure between the two Shanghai-based airlines while strengthening Shanghai's position as an important global airbase. Shangai Airlines became a 100% affiliate of China Eastern Airlines.
Shanghai Airlines, however, maintained its own name and image. This new joint carrier should hold more than half of the total in Shanghai, China's finance center. China Eastern entered into a tactical partnership with Qantas Group in March 2012 to establish Jetstar Hong Kong, a new low-cost carrier located at Hong Kong International Airport, which will be operational in 2013.
17 ] China Eastern would have a 50% share in the new carrier, while the Qantas Group holds the other 50%, which represents a combined capital expenditure of USD 198 million. As a result, China Eastern and Qantas reported the end of the project. At the 2012 China Capital Market Annual Conference, China Eastern received the Golden Ting Award as one of WPP's 50 most prestigious China trademarks and was included in the top ten of the FORTUNE China CSR Rankings 2013.
It has a powerful route network in Asia, North America and Australia. It intends to tap into the country's full commercial opportunities by raising the frequency of flights from Shanghai to other China's citys. In addition, the carrier is speeding up its plans for expanding internationally by raising the frequency of flights to other countries.
It began operating flights from Shanghai to New York City in 2007, making it the airline's longest non-stop connection. The China Eastern Airlines was the first carrier in China to place an order with Airbus. China Eastern Airlines ordered 20 Boeing 777-300ERs on 27 April 2012, subject to regulatory approvals. On September 26, 2014, the carrier was delivered its first 777-300ERs.
The following planes have already been deployed by China Eastern Airlines: Following the Shanghai Airlines amalgamation, China Eastern Airlines signalled that it will also merge the freight daughters of the two airlines. In 2011, the airline's new affiliate, comprising the asset of China cargo airlines, Great Wall Airlines and Shanghai Airlines cargo, started operating from its hub in Shanghai, China's biggest freight forwarding airport.
39 ] China Eastern Airlines has concluded a master contract for planned collaboration with the Shanghai Airport Group, which owns both Shanghai Hongqiao and Shanghai PudongInt. airports. It will provide Pudong Airport with more capacities to open more intercontinental flights and increase the frequency of flights on current intercontinental and national flights.
The China Eastern Airlines wholly owned wholly owned air carrier, China Cargo Airlines, is China's first carrier to offer special air transportation based on the China Eastern Airlines itinerary. It has the same China Eastern Airlines emblem. By April 6, 1993, China Eastern Airlines Flight 583, a McDonnell-Douglas MD-11, which flew from Beijing via Shanghai to Los Angeles, had inadvertently deployed the lamellas during the flight.
The China Eastern Flight 5398 from Shenzhen to Fuzhou, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82 near Fuzhou International Aerodrome, went down on 26 October 1993 after a unsuccessful flight attempting to fly around killed two out of 80 people on aboard. The China Eastern Airlines flight 5210 from Baotou to Shanghai, a Bombardier CRJ200, went down one minutes after takeoff in Inner Mongolia on 21 November 2004 and killed all 53 inmates.
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