Shenzhen Airlines 737-800. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Shenzhen Airlines subsidiary Henan Airlines, which has been grounded since a fatal Embraer 190 crash in August 2010, is expected to resume operations soon, ATW has learned. As part of Henan's restructuring, Shenzhen is negotiating to sell all or part of its 51% stake in the carrier to Henan Coal Chemical Industry Group. Henan changed its name last year from Kunpeng Airlines, which launched in 2007 as a joint venture between ...

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