, Tianjin, and Chongqing. In 2015, the company’s major domestic routes were between Shenzhen-Beijing, Beijing-Shenzhen, Guangzhou-Beijing, Beijing-Guangzhou, Beijing-Shenyang, Shenyang-Beijing, Shanghai-Guangzhou, and Guangzhou-Shanghai. Regional Routes The company offers scheduled service between Hong Kong and Shenyang, Wuyishan, Zhangjiajie, Changchun, Yinchuan, Xiamen, Shantou, Beijing, Guilin, Meixian, Haikou, Wuhan, Zhengzhou, Nanning, Changsha, Sanya, and Hohhot; between Macau and Hangzhou, Xiamen and Tianjin; and between Taipei and Guangzhou, Shanghai, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Xiamen, Shenyang, Changsha, Wuhan, Dalian, Guilin, Harbin, Guiyang, Zhengzhou, and Shenzhen. In 2015, the major scheduled regional routes were between Taipei-Guangzhou, Guangzhou-Taipei, Shenzhen-Taipei, Taipei-Shenzhen, Taipei-Harbin, Harbin-Taipei, Shanghai-Taipei, Taipei-Shanghai, and Taipei-Changchun. In 2015, the company conducted a total of 20,662 flights on its regional routes. International Routes The company is the principal Chinese airline serving southeast Asian destinations and Australasia, including Singapore and major cities in Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Cambodia. In addition, the company provides scheduled services to cities in Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, the United Kingdom, Burma, Cambodia, Canada, Dutch, France, Georgia, German, Italy, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, the UAE, the U.S.A., Vietnam, Mauritius, Uzbekistan, and Iran. In 2015, the company’s major international routes were Guangzhou–Sydney, Guangzhou-Los Angeles, Guangzhou–Melbourne, Guangzhou–Auckland, Dalian–Seoul, Seoul–Shenyang, Seoul–Dalian, and Shenyang-Seoul. Aircraft Flight Equipment The jet engines used in the company’s aircraft fleet are manufactured by General Electric Corporation; Rolls-Royce plc; United Technologies International, Inc.; CFM International, Inc.; and International Aviation Engines Corporation. The company had 59 spare jet engines for its fleet as of December 31, 2015. The company arranges the ordering of aircraft, jet engines and other flight equipment for the Airline Subsidiaries and keeps an inventory of rotables and expendables for the Airline Subsidiaries. Aircraft Maintenance A major part of the maintenance for the company’s fleet other than overhauls of jet engines is performed by Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Company Limited (GAMECO), an entity jointly controlled by the company; Hutchison Whampoa; and South China International Aircraft Engineering Company Limited, consistent with the company’s strategy to achieve integrated airline operations and to assure continued access to a stable source of maintenance services. The remaining part of the maintenance for the company’s fleet other than overhauls of jet engines is performed by service providers in China and internationally. GAMECO performs various maintenance services, ranging from maintenance inspections performed on aircraft (line maintenance services) to major overhaul performed at specified intervals. Overhauls of jet engines are performed by MTU Maintenance Zhuhai Co., Ltd and MTU Aero Engines GmbH, and also by domestic service providers in Beijing (AMECO), Xiamen (TEXL) and Hong Kong (HAESL), as well as by overseas service providers in the U.S.A., Scotland, Malaysia, Korea, Singapore, and France. Flight Operations Flight operations for the company’s flights originating in Guangzhou are managed by its flight operations and marketing divisions, which are responsible for formulating flight plans and schedules consistent with route and flight approvals received from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). The company’s flight operations center in Guangzhou is responsible for the on-site administration of flights, including the dispatch and coordination of flights, deployment of aircraft, ground services and crew staffing. In addition, each of the Airline Subsidiaries maintain
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