Hainan Airlines subsidiary Tianjin Airlines to open Tianjin-Hohhot-Ulan Bator route
The Hainan Airlines subsidiary was originally launched in June 2007 under the name of Grand China Express Airlines.
The Tianjin-based carrier gained approval from CAAC to shift its operating focus from domestic regional routes to trunk routes and international routes in June 2010. According to a carrier spokesperson, the route was chosen because "Tianjin is a sister city of Ulan Bator." As of June 30, Tianjin operated a fleet of 72 aircraft comprising Do-328s, ERJ145s and E-190s. It plans to introduce A320 and A330 aircraft in the coming days and expand its fleet to 100 in the next three years.
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