China Southern Airlines

China Southern completes Boeing 737 MAX test flight

China Southern Airlines has completed a test flight of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. ...


China Southern takes delivery of two new A350s

China Southern has received delivery of its 11th and 12th A350 aircraft from an initial order of 20 aircraft.    ...


China Southern Airlines gears up for borders opening, adds foreign destinations

Although China currently applies strict rules for international flights, China Southern Airlines adds 24 overseas destinations to its network....


China’s first Airbus A380 operator China Southern to be the last?

Let’s take a look at what the future holds for China Southern A380, as it may hold the throne of being the first and the last A380 operator in China....


China’s newest Tianfu airport is officially open

 Following five years of construction, China officially opens its newest Chengdu Tianfu mega airport....


China’s Big Three not out of the woods yet in Q1 2021

China’s ‘Big Three’ airlines continue to suffer losses in the first quarter of 2021 amid the ongoing pandemic....


China Southern hints Airbus A380 fleet retirement

China Southern Airlines is reviewing its Airbus A380 fleet future amid low demand in international air travel....


China’s ‘Big Three’ predict total loss of nearly $4.6 billion

China’s three largest air carriers predicted a total loss of around CNY30 billion ($4.6 billion) for 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic....


How one China Southern flight killed the A340, A380 and B747 | Best of 2020

On July 20, 1997, China Southern Airlines Boeing 777 departed Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (CAN) in China towards Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in the United States. At first glance, the flight should have not marked anything significant. It was neither the inaugural flight of a Boeing 777-200ER nor China Southern Airlines (ZNH) first flight with the Triple Seven. But it marked the beginning of a slow and painful death of...


Which airlines will fly Boeing 737 MAX?

As the Boeing 737 MAX returns to the skies, which airlines will actually fly the aircraft?...