China Southern Air Holding will receive 309 aircraft in the next 3 years
China Southern Air Holding will receive 309 new aircraft over the next three years, of which almost half are expected to arrive in 2018.
China Southern Air Holding consists of China Southern Airlines and its subsidiaries Xiamen Airlines, Zhuhai Airlines, Guizhou Airlines, Chongqing Airlines and Hebei Airlines.
China Southern Air Holding will receive 309 aircraft
This year, 115 new aircraft will be delivered, including 39 x Airbus A320 (including the neo variant), 5 x A330-300, 61 x Boeing 737-800 and MAX 8, as well as the 10 x 787-9 Dreamland. At the same time, 29 aircraft will be retired this year. One by one, China Southern Air Holding's fleet will count 840 aircraft by the end of the year.
In 2019, the Chinese group would receive 105 new aircraft. Boeing will receive 45 from Boeing 737, 7 x 787-9, 5 x 777-300ER aircraft. Airbus is to receive 42 single-aisle aircraft and 5 x Airbus A350-900. By the end of 2019, China Southern Air Holding's fleet should number 929 aircraft.
Finally, in 2020, China Southern Air Holding plans to receive 89 of new aircraft: 24 x Airbus A320, 6 x A350-900, 51 x 737 MAX, 5 x 787-9 and 3 x XUMX. It will end the year with a fleet of 777 aircraft. In 300 and 979, 2019 will be retired by aircraft.
China Southern Airlines has generated a profit of 2017 million (+ 758%) in revenue of 17%, up to 11,2 billion, in 16,48. The company transported 126 million passengers in 2017 (+ 10,8%), with an average load factor of 82,2% (+ 1,7%). The percentage difference is compared to last year.
China Southern Airlines is part of SkyTeam, the airline alliance of which also includes TAROM, Air France, KLM, Delta Air Lines.