Chinese company NingXia Cargo Airlines relaunches its launch plans
The Greek Lumiwings adds the first B737-700
31.05.2021 – 02:51 UTC
Lumiwings (LWI, Forli) took delivery of its first narrowbody B737NG, in particular a B737-700, on May 27, 2021.
The SX-LWC (msn 30659), an 18.1-year-old aircraft, has been flown from Amsterdam Schiphol for maintenance to Craiova and remains at the Romanian airport, for the time being, according to AirNav RadarBox ADS-B data. The Boeing narrowbody is owned by KDAC Aircraft Leasing, managed by DVB Bank Aviation Asset Management, and was operated by Transavia Airlines from its initial delivery in 2003 until September 2020.
The carrier, which began operations as an ACMI / charter specialist but has switched to regular leisure-oriented flights in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, has yet to file schedules for the B737- 700. Following a series of delays, the airline launched scheduled flights from Forli to Palermo and Trapani in Sicily on May 28, 2021, using its unique B737-300.
Its internet booking engine says it will gradually expand its network from Forli over the coming weeks, adding international services targeting both inbound and outbound tourists. Even if…
Chinese carrier Ningxia Cargo Airlines on track for late third quarter launch
02.07.2015 – 02:23 UTC
NingXia Cargo Airlines (HT, Yinchuan) completed its AOC certification with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) in time for a September launch.
Citing local media, Chinese newspaper WCARN News reports that the fleet of three ex-Loong Air (GJ, Hangzhou) B737-300 (F) s – B-2954 (msn 27518), B-2949 (msn 27372), and B-2584 (msn 25891) – will leave the paint shop in August.
Ningxia plans to operate domestic and international cargo flights using a fleet of B737 and B747. In the long term, it hopes to expand its fleet to around 50 planes using a network of routes that encompass China, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
Chinese company Ningxia Cargo Airlines begins certification
28.05.2015 – 01:02 UTC
NingXia Cargo Airlines (HT, Yinchuan) began certification with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) on May 8, the WCARN news portal reported.
Based in the Ningxia Autonomous Region, the freight carrier’s shareholders include Shan’xi Tongyang Investment Management (53%) and Xi’an Huijie Logistics Co. (44%), with the remaining 3% shared between Shannxi Xiangyu Logistics Co. , Shanghai Chongda International Freight Co. and Shan’xi International Air Freight.
With registered capital of CNY 120 million (USD 19.3 million), Ningxia will operate domestic freight and mail flights using a trio of B737-300 (F) s – B-2954 (msn 27518), B-2949 (msn 27372), and B-2584 (msn 25891) – acquired from Loong Air (GJ, Hangzhou).