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Tianjin Air Baggage
1.Upon delivery to Tianjin Airlines of baggage to be checked, Tianjin Airlines shall take custody thereof and issue a baggage identification tag for each piece of checked baggage.
2.Passenger shall label the name, contact way or other personal recognition mark in or out of the checked baggage.
3.Checked baggage should try to be carried on the same aircraft as the passenger, for the purpose of safety, security or transportation, unless Tianjin Airlines decides that this is impracticable, in which case Tianjin Airlines will carry the checked baggage on Carrier's next flight on which space is available.
4.Unless otherwise specified, the weight allowance of checked baggage can not exceed 50Kg and the maximum volume should not exceed 40cm x 60cm x 100cm. The baggage which exceeds above regulations should be transported as previously determined by Tianjin Airlines.
Unchecked (Carry-On) Baggage
1.Baggage which the passenger carries on to the aircraft must fit under the seat in front of the passenger or in an enclosed storage compartment in the cabin.
2.Unless otherwise specified, the weight of carry-on baggage should not exceed 5Kg, and the maximum volume should not exceed 20cm x 40cm x 55cm. That baggage which exceeds above regulations should be transported as checked baggage.
3.If the weight or size of the passenger's baggage goes against regulations, which makes the baggage unsuitable to be transported in the cargo compartment, such as delicate musical instrument, passenger shall inform Tianjin Airlines in advance if he or she wants to carry it as unchecked baggage. Service providing for such baggage is extra. And unless receiving consent from Tianjin Airlines, the baggage could not be carried into the cabin.
Tianjin Air Check-In
International Flight Check-in
The passenger shall arrive at the airport within the prescribed time limit to complete ticket inspection, baggage checking and boarding pass issuance with a valid travel document.
The passenger who has made a reservation can check-in directly in check-in department, while those who have not made a reservation shall make a standby check-in according to Tianjin Airlines' Regulations.
The passenger shall arrive at Tianjin Airlines' given boarding gate sufficiently after check-in and in time to complete all the government formalities. If the passenger fails to arrive in time or appears improperly documented or not ready to travel, Tianjin Airlines may cancel the reserved space for the purpose of not delaying the flight's departure, and without the liability to the passenger for loss or expense due to the passenger's failure to comply with the provisions of this Article.
Tianjin Air Call Centre
24 hours booking inquiry hotline: 950 710 (outside China: +86-898-950710)
Online Ticketing Hotline: 950 710 rpm 3
Company official website Weibo: http://weibo.com/gsair
Postal Code: 300300
Address: Tianjin Airlines Base, 1196, Airport Road, Dongli District, Tianjin
Post code: 300300
Tianjin Air History
The airline was established in 2004 in an effort to merge the major aviation assets of Hainan Airlines, China Xinhua Airlines, Chang'an Airlines and Shanxi Airlines, and received its operating license from the Civil Aviation Administration of China in 2007. Scheduled flights were launched under the brand name Grand China Express Air, using 29-32 seat Dornier 328-300 jets.
At that time, the company was China's largest regional airline, operating on 78 routes linking 54 cities. On 10 June 2009, the company name was changed to Tianjin Airlines. As of August 2011, 63 destinations are served (excluding those operated on behalf of Hainan Airlines), though by 2012, the airline intends to fly on more than 450 routes linking at least 90 cities, taking more than 90% of the domestic regional aviation market.
Tianjin Air Company Profile
ianjin Airlines Company Limited (hereinafter referred to as Tianjin Airlines) is based in Tianjin, the economic center of Bohai Rim. Aggressively serving development of regional economic construction and committed to providing easy and convenient air travelling service for passengers, Tianjin Airlines emerges as a new force in China’s civil aviation market.
The corporate identity of Tianjin Airlines is Jingwei bird, an artistical deformation of Chinese mythical image. Bathing in morning sunlight, Jingwei bird flutters and soars high over the waves, which embodies rising status of the city and perseverant urban spirit of the citizens. On June 8th, 2009, Tianjin Airlines was established with co-investment from HNA Group company Ltd, Tianjin Duty-free Zone Investment Company Ltd and Hainan Airlines Co., Ltd. Through years of exploration and expansion, Tianjin Airlines has gradually become regional airlines of industrial influence, as well as one of the fastest growing and most dynamic airlines in China’s civil aviation history.
As an aviation enterprise co-established by Tianjin government and HNA Group, Tianjin Airlines owns a young and deluxe fleet. The total number of airplanes is 77, mainly consisting of A320, E190 and ERJ145. A320 adopts a cabin layout of 144 economy class seats and 8 business class seats, in order to make larger legroom and better comfort. E190 removes middle seats and lays two seats abreast on either side in a row, in order to make a more spacious cabin. E190 rivals comfort of large wide-body airplanes. ERJ145, a mature regional airplane type in the world, is featured by its mobility and flexibility. The comfort of ERJ145 matches Boeing 737 and is honored as ‘luxury air bus ’.
Tianjin Airlines has already built a regional route network with 6 hubs, Tianjin, Xi’an, Hohhot, Urumqi, Nanning and Guiyang. The routes are covering whole country and neighboring countries. Tianjin Airlines has opened two international (regional) routes including Tianjin=Hong Kong and Tianjin=Ulan Bator. From Tianjin hub, there are almost 40 routes to cities such as Sanya, Wuhan, Nanjing, Qingdao, Ningbo, Xiamen, Hohhot, Wenzhou, Xi’an and Nanning. From Hohhot hub, there are almost 20 routes to cities such as Chifeng, Dalian, Shenyang, Ordos, Ji’nan, Wenzhou, Harbin, Taiyuan, Nanchang, Tianjin, Yantai and Changchun. From Xi’an hub, there are almost 20 routes to cities such as Baotou, Urumqi, Ordos, Hefei, Fuzhou, Wenzhou, Hohhot, Lanzhou, Jiayuguan, Nanjing, Nanning, Haikou and Qingdao. There are also over 50 routes from hubs of Urumqi, Nanning and Guiyang. In 2011, Tianjin Airlines has altogether opened 137 domestic and international routes to more than 80 cities. The annual passenger volume has reached over 6 million person-times.
Since establishment, Tianjin Airlines has been keeping a good flight safety record. Tianjin Airlines owns a highly skilled, experienced and well-trained pilot team, as well as a professional and standardized maintenance team, both laying a solid foundation for rapid development of the company.
In October, 2010, Tianjin Airlines was authorized by Embraer as first Asian E-jets service center.
In 2011, Tianjin Airlines successfully passed IOSA (IATA Operation safety Audit) and officially became an IATA member. This event marks the safety operation and management of Tianjin Airlines has reached international standards. Tianjin Airlines is engaged in meeting overall needs of passengers and keeps this promise as its service tenet.
The cabin crew of Tianjin Airlines is outstanding for their freshness and beauty. Holding to service concept of “make travelling convenient, warm and fashionable” and aiming to build a brand image of“all ways with you”, Tianjin Airlines is committed to providing humanized air-ground support service and after-sale tracking service, which has received unanimous acclaim from passengers.
With excellent operating quality and outstanding service quality, Tianjin Airlines was awarded ‘Best Regional Airlines of the Year’ by Center for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) in 2009, ‘Best Domestic Regional Airlines of China’ and ‘World 4-star Airlines’ by SKYTRAX in 2011. Tianjin Airlines has become the youngest 4-star airlines in global civil aviation industry.
In initial days, route network of Tianjin Airlines mainly covers remote and less developed area in Northwest, North, Northeast and South-central China. Consequently, Tianjin Airlines has made extraordinary contributions to development of the West, rejuvenation of old industrial bases in Northeast and boost of red tourism.
The establishment of Tianjin Airlines has largely rebalanced trunk and regional route network and played an important role in China’s civil aviation development, especially regional civil aviation. Tianjin Airlines always remembers and fulfills its commitments by actively participating in charitable events, as a way of return to society.
As localized airlines with Tianjin characteristics, Tianjin Airlines takes root in Tianjin and serve the whole country, building a certain number of “air corridors” for external commerce and culture exchange of Tianjin. Tianjin Airlines has gradually brought extraordinary brand effect over Bohai Rim. Therefore, it is honored as air business card of Tianjin.
Based on philosophy of “take root in Tianjin, serve the nation”, Tianjin Airlines sticks to a regionalized and localized way of operation and endeavors to become an aviation enterprise group serving development of regional economic construction.
Tianjin Airlines Co., Ltd.
Tianjin Air Term and Condition
Tianjin Air Terminal
|People's Republic of China||• Anhui|
|• Anqing - Anqing Airport|
|• Fuyang - Fuyang Airport|
|• Hefei - Hefei Xinqiao International Airport|
|Beijing||• Beijing Capital International Airport|
|Chongqing||• Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport|
|Fujian||• Fuzhou - Fuzhou Changle International Airport|
|• Quanzhou - Quanzhou Jinjiang Airport|
|• Xiamen - Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport|
|Gansu||• Dunhuang - Dunhuang Airport|
|• Jiayuguan - Jiayuguan Airport|
|• Lanzhou - Lanzhou Airport|
|Guizhou||• Guiyang - Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport Focus City|
|• Tongren - Tongren Fenghuang Airport|
|• Xingyi - Xingyi Airport|
|Guangdong||• Shantou - Jieyang Chaoshan International Airport|
|Guangxi||• Guilin - Guilin Liangjiang International Airport|
|• Nanning - Nanning Wuxu International Airport Focus City|
|Hebei||• Shijiazhuang - Shijiazhuang Zhengding International Airport|
|Heilongjiang||• Harbin - Harbin Taiping International Airport|
|Henan||• Zhengzhou - Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport|
|Hubei||• Wuhan - Wuhan Tianhe International Airport|
|• Yichang - Yichang Sanxia Airport|
|Hong Kong||• Hong Kong International Airport|
|Hunan||• Changsha - Changsha Huanghua International Airport|
|Inner Mongolia||• Baotou - Baotou Airport|
|• Chifeng - Chifeng Airport|
|• Hailar - Hulunbuir Hailar Airport|
|• Hohhot - Hohhot Baita International Airport Secondary Hub|
|• Manzhouli - Manzhouli Airport|
|• Ordos - Ordos Ejin Horo Airport|
|• Tongliao - Tongliao Airport|
|• Ulanhot - Ulanhot Airport|
|• Wuhai - Wuhai Airport|
|• Xilinhot - Xilinhot Airport|
|Jiangsu||• Changzhou - Changzhou Benniu Airport|
|• Nanjing - Nanjing Lukou International Airport|
|• Wuxi - Sunan Shuofang International Airport|
|Jiangxi||• Nanchang - Nanchang Changbei International Airport|
|Jilin||• Changchun - Changchun Longjia International Airport|
|Liaoning||• Dalian - Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport|
|• Shenyang - Shenyang Taoxian International Airport|
|Ningxia||• Yinchuan - Yinchuan Hedong International Airport|
|Shaanxi||• Xian - Xi'an Xianyang International Airport Secondary Hub|
|• Yan'an - Yan'an Ershilibao Airport|
|• Yulin - Yulin Yuyang Airport|
|Shandong||• Jinan - Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport|
|• Qingdao - Qingdao Liuting International Airport|
|• Weifang - Weifang Airport|
|• Weihai - Weihai Dashuibo Airport|
|• Yantai - Yantai Laishan International Airport|
|Shanghai||• Shanghai Pudong International Airport|
|Shanxi||• Taiyuan - Taiyuan Wusu International Airport|
|• Yuncheng - Yuncheng Guangong Airport|
|Tianjin||• Tianjin Binhai International Airport Base|
|Xinjiang||• Altay - Altay Airport|
|• Aksu - Aksu Airport|
|• Hotan - Hotan Airport|
|• Tacheng - Tacheng Airport|
|• Ürümqi - Ürümqi Diwopu International Airport Secondary Hub|
|• Yining - Yining Airport|
|Yunnan||• Kunming - Kunming Changshui International Airport|
|Zhejiang||• Hangzhou - Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport|
|• Ningbo - Ningbo Lishe International Airport|
|• Wenzhou - Wenzhou Longwan International Airport|
|Cambodia||• Phnom Penh - Phnom Penh International Airport|
|Mongolia||• Ulan Bator - Chinggis Khaan International Airport|
|Republic of Korea||• Jeju - Jeju International Airport Charter|