CHINA: China gets another new cargo airline

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced this week that it will issue an air operator’s certificate to Shunfeng Airways. Based in Shenzhen International Airport, the carrier will operate about 20 flights per week with two Boeing 757-200 freighters. Approved by the CAAC in February 2009, Shunfeng Airways was jointly set up by China’s […]


The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced this week that it will issue an air operator’s certificate to Shunfeng Airways. Based in Shenzhen International Airport, the carrier will operate about 20 flights per week with two Boeing 757-200 freighters.

Approved by the CAAC in February 2009, Shunfeng Airways was jointly set up by China’s largest privately owned express delivery company, SF Express and Shenzhen Tai Hai Investment Co with a total initial capital of RMB 125 million, of which RMB 100 million was invested by Shenzhen Tai Hai and the remainder by SF Express.