China Postal Airlines is a cargo airline located on the 11th through 14th floors of the Ziyu Office Building in Haidian District, Beijing, People's Republic of China. Its main base is located at Nanjing Lukou International Airport.
China Postal Airlines
Established in 1996, China Postal Airlines is a cargo airline based at Beijing Capital and Nanjing Lukou airports. The airline specializes in the transport of express mail and other ad-hoc cargo demands on behalf of owner China Post. China Southern Airlines owns a 49% stake in the carrier.
China Postal Airlines History
The airline was established on 25 November 1996 and started to operate on 27 February 1997. It is possessed by the Chinese Postal Bureau which has (51%) and China Southern Airlines which have (49%). It was originally set up to control domestic postal services, but in 2006 introduced international organized services to South Korea and Japan. From January 2007 international cargo charter services were launched in China.
In December 2015 it was declared that a total of 7 used Boeing 757 and 10 used Boeing 737 would be obtained from Boeing, being converted to transporters which is Boeing's Converted Freighter (BCF) program, to be delivered in 2016 and 2017 to expand the existing fleet.
China Postal Airlines Overview
Established in 1996, China Postal Airlines is a cargo airline based at Beijing Capital and Nanjing Lukou airports. The airline particularizes in the transport of express mail and other ad-hoc cargo demands on behalf of owner China Post.
China Postal Airlines Destinations and Hubs
China Postal Airlines operates express mail and cargo transport services mainly for China Post to over 300 domestic destinations, as well as international scheduled and charter services
China Postal Airlines Baggage Allowance
Economy class:- In economy class passengers can get with them only 2 bags which is of 50 lbs/ 23 kg only.
Premium economy class:- In premium economy class passengers can get with them only 2 bags which is also 50 lbs/ 23 kg only.
Business-class:- in business class passengers can get with then only 2 bags which is of 70 lbs/ 32 kg only.
First-class:- in first-class passengers can get with them only 3 bags which is of 70 lbs/ 32 kg only.
Infants seats:- for passengers who are traveling on infants they can only carry 1 bag with them and which is of 22 lbs/ 10 kg only.
There is a limit on luggage which is total dimensions of each bag must not exceed 62 in/158 cm.
China Postal Airlines Food and Beverages
Food is a language without boundaries. Air China is devoted to "meeting customer demands". They only select the finest ingredients so our nutrition experts can create balanced, delicious meals. Their renowned chef will prepare and present delicious, healthy selections, offering you an eco-friendly, enjoyable, high-end flight experience.
China Postal Airlines Classes
- Economy class:- Economy Class offers comfortable seats and ample legroom. Equipped with the in-seat monitor, the Economy Class offers audio and video-on-demand entertainment system and a relaxing cabin environment that lets you travel in comfort.
- Business:- China Airlines Business Class seats feature near-horizontal recline and ample personal space, allowing you to rest better on long journeys.
Whether you are traveling for business or amusement, the larger seat pitch in our zonal flight Business Class cabins will keep you comfortable.
- First Class:- Some of the air carrier's lounges also offer live jazz music, play areas, conference rooms, and napping rooms. Special BMW ground transfer service is provided to certain first and business class passengers appearing at Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Chengdu.
China Postal Airlines has signed with Boeing for 10 737-800 Boeing translated transporter, although the program has yet to be launched.
The agreement also includes the purchase of seven Boeing 757-200s, which China Postal plans to convert into freighters, says Boeing in a statement.
“The 737 BCF will bring to our transporter fleet more advanced avionics, better fuel capability and lower controlling costs that will ensure China’s Postal’s continued victory as a leader in the industry.
China Postal is the second transporter to sign for the 737 BCF program, after Hangzhou-based YTO Airlines.
Boeing says the order comes “pending a product launch”, and that it will promote customers in the narrowbody transporter market with the 737 BCF program.
“We are devoted to this program, which addresses an expanding need in the market, and are presently working with multiple customers in China and around the world who are fascinated in the experience, faithful implementation and perfected global support Boeing brings,” says Rick Anderson, Boeing Commercial Air transportation Services’ vice president of sales and marketing.
Both Boeing and Pemco have been polling customers for interest in the type as current 737s are replaced by the re-engined 737 Max.
Flightglobal’s Fleets Analyzer shows that China Postal has two 737-300QCs, 12 737-300SFs and eight 737-400SFs in service.
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