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            China United Airlines

            China United Airlines is a low-cost airline whose headquarters are in the Fengtai District of Beijing. China United Airlines was originally founded in 1986 as part of the Chinese military but ceased flying between 2003-2005. It began operations again in 2005 with Shanghai Airlines as it's primary stakeholder. Although the airline is no longer related to the Chinese military, it still is able to use a number of military airports.  China United Airlines became a low-cost airline in 2014 in order to keep up with the latest trends in the aviation industry.

            China United Airlines now flies to 67 cities across China and hosts 8 million passengers a year. Some of the destinations China United Airlines flies to include Fuyang, Hefei, Beijing, Fuzhou, Longyan, Guangzhou, Foshan, Shenzhen, Jieyang, Zhanjiang, Sanya, Nanyang, Changsa, Baotou, Hailar, Hohhot, Ordos, Wuxi, Lianyungang, Nanjing, Ganzhou, Yulin, Linyi, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hangzhou and Quzhou. 

            China United Airlines Fleet

            The China United Airlines fleet includes 8 Boeing 737-700 and 29 737-800 aircraft. Previously, the airline operated 2 Tupolev T-154M aircraft.


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            China United Airlines Baggage Allowance

            Carry-on Baggage Allowance

            The hand baggage allowance for your China United Airlines flight will vary according to the class fare purchased. To find out your baggage allowance for your China United Airlines flight, please consult your travel itinerary.

            Checked Baggage Allowance 

            A passenger's baggage allowance will vary according to the ticket fare and destinations. However, in general, the checked baggage allowance for China United Airlines is 30kg with maximum dimensions of no more than 40cm x 60cm x 100cm. 



            China United Airlines Check-In Information

            Online Check-In

            Online check-in is available on the China United Airlines website.

            Online Check-In

            Passengers flying with China United Airlines are recommended to arrive at the airport at least two hours prior to flight departure to make sure they have plenty of time to check-in for their flight.

            China United Airlines Hub Airport

            Beijing Nanyuan Airport

            China United airlines is the only airline to use Beijing Nanyuan Airport as its hub. The airport is a military airbase that is also used as a secondary airport for the city of Beijing. It is located in the Fengtai District of Beijing. The airport will soon be replaced by the new Beijing Daxing International Airport. Airlines that will operate out of Beijing Daxing include Xiongan Airlines and Beijing Capital Airlines.

            Exterior of Nanyuan Airport Beijing

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