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Article from BTNews 5 MAY 2014

Xiamen Airlines in the UK

China’s Xiamen Airlines has announced its appointment of APG as its GSA in the UK.  APG will also be representing the airline in Australia, Canada, France, the Netherlands and the Philippines.

APG will be providing full sales and marketing services as well as call centre and ticketing facilities.  Xiamen Airlines is now a member of BSP.

Xiamen Airlines, a member of SkyTeam and the first privately-owned airline in the People's Republic of China, operates almost 250 domestic, regional and international routes from its bases in Xiamen and Fuzhou, with domestic routes also served from other cities in China.  Xiamen Airlines has a fleet of around 100 Boeing NG aircraft plus six 757s.  Dreamliners are on order to replace the 757s, with the first due shortly.  Boeing 737 MAX is also lined up.

International connections are via Beijing, Hong Kong and Guangzhou.  www.xiamenair.com/cn/en  www.apg-ga.co.uk

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