China Southern Airlines had its wings clipped by falling airfares and overcapacity in the domestic market in the first half of the year, with net profit dropping 21 per cent to 339 million yuan (...
China Southern Airlines
China Southern Airlines is based in Guangzhou in Guangdong Province in southern China. It’s the world's fifth-largest airline measured by passengers carried, and Asia's largest airline in terms of both fleet size and passengers carried. It was established in 1988 after a restructuring of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, and has grown since then through acquisitions and mergers to become one of China's "Big Three" airlines alongside Air China and China Eastern Airlines. It is a member of SkyTeam.
China Southern Airlines will be the first Chinese carrier to operate the Boeing 787 Dreamliner after China's aviation regulator gave the aircraft approval.
Mainland airlines faced turbulence in the first quarter, with China Eastern Airlines yesterday going from a profit to a loss and China Southern Airlines stocks taking a hammering after the company...
Talks between two state-owned carriers, Air China and China Southern Airlines, over operating Airbus A380s from Beijing seem to have reached a deadlock.
China Southern Airlines is undercutting Qantas Airways by as much as 34 per cent on the cost of Sydney-to-London tickets and from April 1 will operate more flights to Europe than the Australian...
China Southern Airlines has no immediate plan to cancel orders of the incident-prone Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners but that will change if systemic problems are found.
The alliance between China Eastern Airlines and three other carriers providing cross-strait services has announced big ambitions as it seeks to boost market share on the lucrative route.
250b yuan in daily trading on HK system
China Southern Airlines missed a target date for introducing Airbus SAS A380s on international flights from Beijing, prolonging a more than a year-long struggle to gain access to slots in the...
China Southern Airlines, the nation's biggest carrier by passenger numbers, reported a 29 per cent drop in third-quarter profit on rising operating costs and currency fluctuations.
China Southern Airlines has come to the rescue of Henan Airlines, which was banned from flying after one of its planes crashed in Yichun, Heilongjiang, in 2010, killing more than 40 people.
A China Southern Airlines employee has accused a high-ranking military official in Guangzhou of assaulting her because she asked him to move his luggage out of the aisle.