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About 9 Air

9 Air, also known as Jiu Yuan in Chinese, is a Chinese airline which laaunched in 2015 and is headquartered at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, Guangzhou.

9 Air flies to over 20 destinations overall. It mainly serves destinations within China such as Changchun, Harbin, Guangzhou, Nanjing, Haikou and Wenzhou, but also flies internationaly to Myanmar. One of 9 Air's most popular service is a daily 6-hour flight from Guangzhou to Harbin with a stopover in Wenzhou.

The airline is a low-cost carrier that is a subsidiary of Juneyao Airlines and its aircraft cabin is made of up entirely of Economy Class.

9 Air offers 3 types of fares: the lowest fare allows passengers to carry-on a small piece of luggage, the middle class allows checked luggage and the premium economy includes checked luggage and a meal on board. 9 Air has a fleet of 9 Boeing 737-100s.

 


9 Air Fleet

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9 Air's fleet consists of entirely Boeing aircraft. In total, the airline has over 15 aircraft within its fleet. These include models such as the Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737 MAX 8. 

 


 

9 Air Destinations

Domestic Destinations

Changshun Changsha Dalian Guangzhou
Guiyang Harbin Haikou Haliar 
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Hohhot Jieyang Korla Lanzhou
Nanchang Nanjing Nanning Ningbo
Sanya Shaoyang Shenyang Shihezi
Tianjin Urumqi Xi'an Xishuangbanna
Wenzhou Wuxi Zhengzhou  

 

International Destinations

Mandalay Yangon    

 

 


Economy Class

9 Air's Economy Class is the airline's only cabin class and is designed to give passengers a comfortable and efficient service.

Economy Class Facilities

Passengers are given the opportunity to pre-book a number of extras for their flight. These include seats, in-flight meals and extra baggage.

Passengers that don't pre-order a meal will still be given the opportunity to order the airline's in-flight menu, which has a great variet of snacks and drinks.

Economy Class Seats

Economy Class seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation. Seats are comfortable and give a good amount of space and room.

 


9 Air Route Map

9 Air Route Map

 


9 Air Hub Airport

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport

9 Air's Hub Airport is Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, based in Guangzhou, the capital of Guandong province in China. It is the 6th busiest passenger airport in Asia, and China's 3rd busiest for cargo traffic. The airport has 2 terminals, alongside the FedEx Asia-Pacific hub.

Other airlines that fly to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is Okay Airways, Lanmei Airlines, Loong Air, Sichuan Airlines and China United Airlines.


9 Air Baggage

Checked Baggage Allowance

9 Air's free baggage allowance (inclusive of unchecked and checked baggage) for one passenger (adult or child) is 40kg for first class, 30kg for business class, and 20kg for economy class. The dimensions of the luggage must not exceed 40cm x 60cm x 100cm.

Passengers with infant tickets do not have a baggage allowance, but may have a pushchair/stroller free of charge.

Carry-On Baggage Allowance

On domestic flights, hand luggage dimensions should be less than 20cm x 40cm x 55cm, and it should not exceed 5kg in weight.

Excess Baggage

Any checked baggage exceeding the free baggage allowance per ticket will be charged an excess baggage fee, and an excess baggage ticket will be issued. The excess baggage charge is calculated by multiplying the excess weight in kg by 1.5% of a full economy fare.

 

 


9 Air News

30 abril 2018

9 Air to receive first B737 MAX

9 Air will take delivery of its first B737 MAX next year, and is planning to use it to develop its maiden international routes. According to CAPA, the aircraft will be deployed on flights to northern Japan once in service.

TheJuneyao Airlines (HO, Shanghai Hongqiao) budget subsidiary ordered thirty B737 MAX and twenty B737NextGens from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) in 2014. It currently operates elevenB737-800s on scheduled flights to seventeen destinations that span China's eastern seaboard as well as its interior as far west as Urumqi.

The China Daily has, meanwhile, confirmed that Air China is scheduled to be China's B737 MAX launch operator. The flag carrier is due to take delivery of the country's first B737 MAX at some point this year.

Fuente: ch-aviation