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China Postal Airlines (Chinese: 中国邮政航空, T: 中國郵政航空, P: Zhōngguó Yóuzhèng Hángkōng) is a cargo airline based on the 11th through 14th floors of the Ziyu Office Building (S: 紫玉写字楼, T: 紫玉 寫字樓, P: Zǐyù Xiězìlóu) in Haidian District, Beijing, People's Republic of China.[1] Its main base is Nanjing Lukou International Airport.[2]

China Postal Airlines
中国货运邮政航空公司
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IATA ICAO Callsign
CF CYZ CHINA POST
Founded25 November 1996
Commenced operations27 February 1997
HubsNanjing Lukou Int'l Airport
Fleet size26 (+2 more stored)
HeadquartersBeijing, China
Websitecnpostair.com

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HistoryEdit

The airline was established on 25 November 1996 and started to operate on 27 February 1997. It is owned by Chinese Postal Bureau (51%) and China Southern Airlines (49%). It was originally set up to operate domestic postal services, but in 2006 introduced international scheduled services to South Korea and Japan. From January 2007 international cargo charter services were introduced.[2]

In December 2015 it was announced that a total of 7 used Boeing 757 and 10 used Boeing 737 would be acquired from Boeing, being converted to freighters via Boeing's Converted Freighter (BCF) program, to be delivered in 2016 and 2017 to expand the existing fleet.

DestinationsEdit

China Postal Airlines operates express mail and cargo transport services mainly for China Post to over 300 domestic destinations, as well as international scheduled and charter services.

FleetEdit

 
China Postal Airlines Boeing 737-300F

The China Postal Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2017):[3]

China Postal Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Service On order
Boeing 737-300F 11
Boeing 737-300QC 1
Boeing 737-400F 8
Boeing 737-800BCF 1 9
Boeing 757-200F 5
Total 26 9

The airline also has two Boeing 757-200F aircraft in storage.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "联系我们." China Postal Airlines. Retrieved on November 18, 2012. "北京海淀区增光路55号紫玉写字楼11-14层"
  2. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 65.
  3. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2017 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2017): 11.

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