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About Juneyao Airlines

Juneyao Airlines is a regional Chinese airline based in Changning District, Shanghai. The airline was founded in 2005 as a subsidiary of Shanghai JuneYao and began operations in septiembre 2006. 

The airline currently operates scheduled passenger flights throughout China, as well as to South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan the Philippines, Singapore Finland and Macau. The CPM caters primarily to LCCs and hybrid airlines whose route networks compliment those of Star Alliance. The airline is part of Star Alliance and was its first Connecting Partner.

9Air is Juneyao Airlines low-cost subsidiary carrier. The airline also has a codeshare agreement with Shenzhen Airlines, ANA, Air China, Eva Air and China Eastern.


Juneyao Airlines Fleet

The airline's fleet includes Airbus A320, Airbus A321-200 and Boeing 787-9 aircraft.


Juneyao Airlines Baggage

Checked Baggage

The free baggage allowance (including both checked and unchecked luggage) for Juneyao First Class passengers is 40kg. For Business Class the limit is 30kg and for Economy Class the limit is 20kg. The bag must not exceed 40cm x 60cm x 100cm. Each baggage piece of the checked baggage cannot exceed 50 kgs in weight or 100 × 60 × 40cm in volume.


Carry-on Baggage

Carry-on baggage must not weigh more than 5kg and must fit within the dimensions of 20cm x 40 cm x 55cm.



Juneyao Airlines Check-In Information

Web Check-in

Passengers can check-in online by visiting the Juneyao Airlines page, selecting 'seat & check-in' and entering their flight details. Web check-in opens between 48—24 hours before scheduled departure time and closes 2 hours—45 minutes before. This will differ depending on the route that you're flying.


Airport Check-In

Passengers can check-in at the airport by visiting a check-in agent at the check-in counter.


Juneyao Route Map

Juneyao Airlines Route Map

Juneyao Destinations

Domestic Destinations

Baotou Beihai Beijing Changchun
Changsha Changzhi Chengdu Chongqing
Dailian Dongying Fuzhou Guilin
Guiyang Hailar Harbin Hohhot
Kunming Longyan Nanchang Nanjing
Nanning Qingdao Sanming Sanya
Llevar a la fuerza Shenyang Shenyang Shenzhen
Shijiazhuang Taiyuan Tianjin Wenzhou
Wuhan Xiamen Xi'an Zhuhai


International Destinations

Bangkok Cebu Helsinki Hong Kong
Irkutsk Jeju Kalibo Macau
Nagoya Obihiro Okinawa Osaka
Phuket Sapporo Singapore Taipei


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Juneyao Air News


19 junio 2018

China's Juneyao Airlines rebrands as Juneyao Air

Juneyao Airlines (HO, Shanghai Hongqiao) has announced it has formally rebranded itself as Juneyao Air (HO, Shanghai Hongqiao). The carrier said in a statement to mark the occasion that its first two B787-9s, due to arrive from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) during the second half of this year, will sport its updated livery.

Juneyao Air operates forty-one A320-200s and twenty-seven A321-200s. According to its FY17 disclosure, it will add three B787s to its fleet this year followed by three more in 2019 and four more in 2020. The widebody jets will allow Juneyao Air to implement its internationalization strategy through the development of Shanghai Pudong into a major connecting hub serving cities in North America, Europe, and Australia.

Juneyao Air's low-cost unit, 9 Air (AQ, Guangzhou), operates fifteen B737-800s and will add four more of the type this year followed by five more in 2019, and six in 2020. It also plans to introduce B737 MAX 8 equipment.


17 agosto 2017

Juneyao Airlines to open base at Beijing’s new airport

China’s Juneyao Airlines plans to set up a base at Beijing’s new airport, which is scheduled to go into formal operation in 2019.

The Shanghai-based carrier said the move is part of an international expansion strategy to increase capacity in the Beijing market by 2020. Juneyao is a Star Alliance connecting partner.

So far nine carriers have committed to move to the new airport. These include China Eastern and China Southern airlines, plus their respective subsidiaries, which will occupy a 40% share of the new airport

in terms of passenger boardings. The others include Hebei Airlines, Capital Airlines, China Post Group, Donghai Airlines, Spring Airlines and Okay Airways.

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has required all SkyTeam members to move to Beijing’s new airport. Other non-SkyTeam carriers, excluding Air China and

Hainan Airlines that will continue to operate at Beijing Capital Airport, can choose whether or not to move to Beijing's new airport.

It is widely speculated that oneworld founding member American Airlines will move to Beijing’s new airport as the US carrier plans to move to

Terminal 2 from Terminal 3 of the Beijing Capital Airport Sept. 20. The move enables Dallas/Fort Worth-based American to deepen cooperation with China Southern, which also operates out of Terminal 2.

In March, American agreed to make a $200 million equity investment in China Southern as part of a long-term partnership.



mayo 2017

Juneyao Airlines announced it has become a Star Alliance 'Connecting Partner'

Juneyao Airlines (HO, Shanghai Hongqiao) is now scheduled to join Star Alliance as a 'Connecting Partner' next week.

Benefits to passengers using the Shanghai-based carrier include access for Star Alliance Gold members to lounges, fast-track security, additional baggage, and priority check-in, boarding, standby and baggage delivery.

The perks are only available for flights connecting with a Star Alliance flight.

Star Alliance introduced its Connecting Partner Model (CPM) program in diciembre 2015 to allow select budget airlines to enter into bilateral commercial agreements with select member airlines. South African Airways(SA, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) low-cost carrier subsidiary Mango Airlines (JE, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) is another connecting partner Star Alliance has integrated.

Juneyao Airlines started operations in 2006. It currently operates a fleet of 42 A320-200s and 18 A321-200s on domestic Chinese routes and short-haul international flights to neighbouring countries such as Japan, South Korea, and Thailand.

The carrier plans to open new routes to North America, Europe, and Australia by 2020.