Xiamen Air Flight Status
History of XiamenAir
XiamenAir was founded on July 25, 1984, as a domestic carrier with its headquarters in Xiamen, China. It was initially established to connect the province of Fujian to the rest of the country of China. XiamenAir has hubs in Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport and secondary hubs Fuzhou Changle International Airport, and Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport.
The airline is privately co-owned by China Southern Airlines with a 55% stake in the carrier, the airline’s other shareholders include Xiamen Construction and Development Group, and Fujian Investment & Development Group.
XiamenAir is also one of the 19 airlines that are members of the SkyTeam Alliance. Its membership with the alliance extended its reach to 1,150 destinations worldwide in more than 175 countries.
XiamenAir operates 167 aircraft which are all Boeing fleet. Its current fleet consists of Boeing 737-700, 800, Max 8 and Max 10, and Boeing 787-8 and 9 Dreamliner. It has an average fleet age of 5.8 years.
It has codeshare agreements with China Eastern Airlines, Air France, China Southern Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, Philippine Airlines, Japan Airlines, KLM, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, and Mandarin Airlines, with joint venture partnership with three airlines namely Air France, China Southern Airlines, and KLM.
XiamenAir’s first intercontinental flight happened in 2015 in Europe with a flight going to Amsterdam, it was followed with service going to Sydney in the same year of 2015 and Melbourne a year after. Its first flight in North America commenced on July 26, 2016, in Vancouver, while its US service flies to Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York.
XiamenAir Interesting Facts
XiamenAir has a specially designed mileage reward program called “Egret Miles”. Egret Miles benefit the most valuable passenger of the airline with special offers and rewards that include free tickets, upgrades, gifts and high-end activities.
The airline’s most recent accident happened on August 16, 2018, in Manila, where Xiamen’s flight 8667 skidded off the runway of Ninoy Aquino International Airport amidst the heavy monsoon rains. No passengers and crew were harmed with the incident but the airline had to pay 15 million pesos as an initial payment to remove the aircraft from the runway.
XiamenAir Flight Status: Arrival and Departure
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XiamenAir flies to nearly 400 domestic and international destinations, covering China, Southeast and Northeast Asia, and reaches to destinations in Europe, North America, and Oceania.
Xiamen Air hubs and focus cities
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