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Juneyao Airlines

Juneyao Airlines

by Giuseppe TovarDecember 11, 2013

Juneyao Airlines is a Chinese airline with its head office in Shanghai. The airline was founded in 2005 and operates with an all Airbus fleet a network of currently 26 destinations within China. The hub is currently at Shanghai Hongqiao Airport, but is also the second airport in Shanghai, the Shanghai Pudong International Airport that works as an important hub. The company is committed to continue the growth and development of the network.

In July 2009, the airline had the last intervention of the International Association of Air Transport (IATA) with a high score and officially received the certificate of registration IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), becoming the first new private airline company to successfully pass the IOSA audit, which is also the youngest airline to obtain the IOSA Registration. This meant that the airline had reached at last the rules of safe operation from the most authoritative international aviation industry; it also noted that the airline officially had assured the safety passport to enter the aviation market in Europe, the United States and other developed countries.

This airline is the largest airline in China, with the latest and youngest fleet in national airlines, which ensures greatly flight safety and flight punctuality. Until now, in terms of hardware, this airline accounts for its unique provision of new aircraft, the wide range of seat and adjustable headrest to provide passengers more comfortable cabin arrangement; in terms of software, seeking to make continuous improvements to the implementation of a new rewards program membership to provide passengers more distinctive and attentive service. In the meantime, the airline has won a number of social surveys. The airline has won these awards consecutively from China “Exceptional brand Innovation Award”, “Prize of excellent customer satisfaction”, “higher potential growth Award” and “China-excellent impact brand Award”, “The year most popular airline” and “more friendly company”; also has been awarded “Can first work certificate of honor” in Shanghai, “Drive safe”, “civilized Post female model” and “Service of stars with the satisfaction of the user” and “best business model in 2012” honorary degrees. Its total strength continues to improve and maintain registration lucrative in consecutive years.

As one of the airlines with more rapid growth in China, in the fierce competition of the transport market of aviation, the airline adheres to the service concepts of “JuneYao Airlines, as comfortable as your home”, is governed by the concept of “Operation Safety, punctuality, attentive service” and is striving to build a brand centennial international aviation with attentive service, features low-cost, industrial, high rate of return and the differentiation.

On August 29, 2011, the CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) published its investigation report indicating that this airline’s flight crew refused to follow six consecutive orders from Hongqiao ATC and that the crew on duty breached regulation CCAR-91-R2 of CAAC

Shanghai Airport is currently based on 26 objectives served regularly. Currently there are only flights within China, with a large proportion of the objectives in the densely populated east of the country.

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  • Erik
    December 11, 2013 at 2:41 am

    Flew JuneYao Airlines Shanghai Pudong to Xiamen (return). We choose Juneyao purely on price, being the economical choice. Check-in at Shanghai was rapid, but delayed a little. It uses new Airbus planes and the aircraft had good decor and a very cordial cabin crew. Food was lightly better than most domestic Chinese airlines. An overall very good experience with helpful and attentive cabin crew. The cabin crew again impressed, very attentive. Food was a snack box as it was late evening – but this was a fairly decent standard. I recommend flying with this airline and will for sure do it myself.

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