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Why Fly On Xiamen Airlines
Founded in 1984 as the first privately owned airline in China, Xiamen Airlines operates most of its flights out of Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport, along with two other hubs. China Southern Airlines currently owns more than a 50 percent stake in the airline. The airline currently operates a total fleet size of 102 aircraft, most of which include the Boeing 737-800 with plans of purchasing an additional 112 aircraft to use for more international routes in order to meet the growing demand and need of its customers. They are the first Chinese airline to operate an all-Boeing fleet.
Xiamen Airlines Flights
Xiamen Airlines flies to 59 destinations mostly throughout China and destinations in Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia and the Philippines. Besides joining the SkyTeam airline alliance, Xiamen Airlines also has code share agreements with three other airlines.
On Board Xiamen Airlines
The airline offers three classes of seating on board their flights and include Economy, First and Business Class. Economy Class is standard as with most other airlines with a pitch of 30 inches between seats. In-flight entertainment features drop down screens that are shared among passengers. Food and beverage service is provided on board most flights. First Class seating on short haul flights is usually in the first two rows of the aircraft and is similar to business class, serving gourmet meals and beverages on board.
Xiamen Airlines Business Class
Business Class seating is being introduced some time in 2014 on the long haul flights and will include luxury seating that will recline to a flatbed position.
Booking Flights with Xiamen Airlines
Booking a flight with Xiamen Airlines is fairly easy at www.xiamenair.com/cn/en. The airline also has a ticketing and hotline service to call listed on their site for assistance.
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