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Juneyao Airlines

Juneyao Airlines
吉祥航空公司
IATA
HO
ICAO
DKH
Callsign
AIR JUNEYAO
Founded 2005
Hubs
Fleet size 37
Destinations 38
Headquarters Shanghai, China
Key people Wang Junjin
Website www.juneyaoairlines.com

Juneyao Airlines Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 上海吉祥航空有限公司; pinyin: Shànghǎi Jíxiáng Hángkōng Yǒuxiàngōngsī "Auspicious Airlines") is a regional airline based in Changning District, Shanghai, China, operating domestic services out of the two Shanghai airports (Hongqiao and Pudong).[1][2] The company was founded in 2005[3] as a subsidiary of Juneyao Group.[4]

Contents

  • Destinations 1
  • Fleet 2
  • 9 Air 3
  • Incidents 4
    • Go-around controversy at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport 4.1
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Destinations

Fleet

As of November 2014, the Juneyao Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft with an average age of 3.1 years:[5]

9 Air

9 Air is a low-cost airline, created as a subsidiary of Juneyao Airlines in 2015. 9 Air has placed an order for fifty Boeing 737 MAX airliners, and is expected to start operations in late 2015.[6]

Incidents

Go-around controversy at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport

On 13 August 2011, Qatar Airways Flight 888 declared a low-fuel emergency and elected to divert to Shanghai's Hongqiao Airport. Hongqiao ATC ordered Juneyao Airlines Flight 1112, en route from Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport to Shanghai Hongqiao, to terminate its approach and allow the Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER to land. The pilot of Juneyao Airlines Flight 1112 ignored repeated orders to abort their landing and give QR888 priority, ultimately forcing Qatar to go-around. Both aircraft landed safely without injury or damage to the aircraft. Reports in the Chinese aviation industry, however, suggest that the Qatar Boeing 777-300ER landed with 5 tons of fuel remaining, while the Juneyao Airbus A320 had only 2.9 tons of fuel remaining. Qatar Airways Flight 888 later continued to Shanghai Pudong International Airport, reaching its destinations 9 hours later than scheduled.[7]

On 29 August 2011, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) published its investigation report indicating that Juneyao Airlines Flight 1112 refused to follow six consecutive orders from Hongqiao ATC in the span of seven minutes to abort their approach and that the crew on duty breached regulation CCAR-91-R2 of CAAC. The license of the South Korean Captain was permanently revoked in China and the Chinese co-pilot's license was suspended for six months. The CAAC also issued a bulletin to the Korea Transportation Safety Authority formally reporting the Korean captain's misbehavior. Furthermore, Juneyao Airlines is indefinitely suspended from recruiting foreign flight crew and will have 10% of their slots suspended for three months. Although there was only 5,200 kg of fuel left aboard QR888 after landing, an amount sufficient for another 18 minutes of regular flight plus 30 minutes of reserve, the CAAC indicated that QR888 did not breach any regulations. Nevertheless, the CAAC issued a bulletin to the Civil Aviation Authority of Qatar recommending an improvement in fuel calculation.[8]

References

  1. ^ 上海吉祥航空有限公司_职位搜索_智联招聘 Juneyao Airlines. Retrieved on February 28, 2011. "公司地址: 上海市长宁区虹翔三路80号"
  2. ^ "Directory: World Airlines".  
  3. ^ Juneyao Airlines at airlineupdate.com
  4. ^ Air Transport World 9 May 2007
  5. ^ "Juneyao Airlines Fleet Details, History and Fleet". Planespotters.net. 
  6. ^ "China's 9 Air orders 50 Boeing jets". Reuters. May 15, 2014. 
  7. ^ Incident: Incident: Qatar B773 and Juneyao A320 near Shanghai on Aug 13th 2011, fuel emergency or not. The Aviation Herald. 24 Aug 2011.
  8. ^ 民航华东地区管理局严厉处罚吉祥航空公司违章行为 [1], CAAC, August 29, 2011, accessed August 29, 2011

External links

  • Official website (Chinese)
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