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Spring Airlines A320
Spring Airlines posts net profit in 1Q 
China’s Spring Airlines earned a first-quarter net profit of CNY366.68 million ($56.7 million), up 44% over a net income of CNY254.32 million in the year-ago quarter.
Spring Airlines A320
China’s Spring Airlines reports 50% profit increase in 2015 
China’s Spring Airlines reported a net profit of CNY1.33 billion ($205 million) in 2015, up 50% over a net income of CNY884.2 million in 2014.
HNA Group subsidiaries accelerate international expansion pace 
China’s Hainan Airlines parent HNA Group subsidiaries Tianjin Airlines and Beijing Capital Airlines will accelerate their international expansion pace to explore the fast-growing outbound travel market.
Rendering of A350-900 in China Eastern livery.
China Eastern orders 20 A350-900s, 15 Boeing 787-9s 
Shanghai-based China Eastern Airlines has ordered 20 Airbus A350-900s and 15 Boeing 787-9s to further strengthen its expanding long-haul fleet.
Juneyao Airlines A320
Juneyao Airlines reports 70% jump in net profit in 1Q 
Shanghai-based Juneyao Airlines reported a first-quarter net profit of CNY454.2 million ($70 million), up 70% over a net income of CNY266.5 million in the year-ago quarter.
China Eastern A330-200
Ctrip OTA invests $463 million in China Eastern Airlines 
China’s online travel agency (OTA) Ctrip has invested CNY3 billion ($463 million) in Shanghai-based China Eastern Group, parent of China Eastern Airlines (CEA).
Juneyao Airlines’ net profit more than doubles in 2015 
Shanghai-based Juneyao Airlines reported a 2015 net profit of CNY1.05 billion ($161.3 million), more than double its net income of CNY427.7 million in 2014.
China Eastern 777-300ER
China Eastern predicts net profit to rise 60%-70% in 1Q 
China Eastern Airlines predicts its 1Q net profit will increase 60%-70%, according to a filing released by the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Chang’an Airlines resumes independent operations 
Hainan Airlines’ subsidiary Chang’an Airlines has resumed independent operations instead of merging with Hainan Airlines, Xinhua Airlines and Shanxi Airlines.
China Southern Airlines 777-300ER
China Southern reports net profit more than doubled in 2015 
China Southern Airlines reported a net profit of CNY3.85 billion ($593 million) in 2015, more than doubled from a net income of CNY1.77 billion in 2014.
China Eastern 777-300ER
China Eastern reports net profit up 33% in 2015 
China Eastern Airlines reported a net profit of CNY4.54 billion ($64 million) in 2015, up 33% compared to net income of CNY3.42 billion in 2014.
Air China 777-300ER
Air China reports net profit up 77% in 2015 
Air China has reported a 2015 net profit of CNY6.77 billion ($955 million), up 77% compared to net income of CNY3.82 billion in 2014.
Hainan’s Lucky Air rebrands as low-cost carrier 
Hainan Airlines’ subsidiary Lucky Air has rebranded as a low-cost carrier (LCC) to further explore the potential in the Chinese low-cost market.
Hainan Airlines A330-200
Hainan Airlines reports net profit up 16% in 2015 
Hainan Airlines reported a 2015 net profit of CNY3 billion ($462 million) in 2015, up 16% from a net income of CNY2.59 billion in 2014.
China-Nepal JV Himalaya Airlines to launch inaugural flight in April 
Himalaya Airlines—a joint venture (JV) of China’s Tibet Airlines, Nepal’s Himalaya Aviation Investment Co. and Nepal’s Yeti Air International—is expected to launch its inaugural flight from Kathmandu to New Delhi in April.
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