China Express Airlines (G5) is looking to be the first Chinese regional carrier to open international routes to Southeast Asia next year.
Computer rendering of a CRJ900 in China Express Airlines livery. Courtesy, Bombardier China Express Airlines (G5) is looking to be the first Chinese regional carrier to open international routes to Southeast Asia next year. The Guiyang-based carrier, which was launched in 2006, operates seven Bombardier CRJ900s on 33 domestic regional routes. It claims to have earned a net profit for three consecutive years but has never released financial figures. G5 currently operates out of ...
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