ion Administration of China’s sales offices and China Southern Air Holding Company’s (CSAHC’s) affiliates. The company has sales offices in Guangzhou and its other route bases. In addition, the company maintains regional sales offices in other cities in China, including Beijing and Shanghai. The company maintains international sales offices in Almaty, Amsterdam, Ashkhabad, Auckland, Baku, Bangkok, Bishkek, Brisbane, Busan, Chicago, Daegu, Daejeon, Delhi, Dhaka, Dubai (Sharjah), Dushanbe, Frankfurt, Fukuoka, Hanoi, Hiroshima, Ho Chi Minh City, Irkutsk, Islamabad, Istanbul, Jakarta, Jeddah, Kathmandu, Khabarovsk, Khudzhand, Kitakyushu, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Manila, Melbourne, Moscow, Nagoga, New York, Niigata, Novosibirsk, Oakland, Osaka, Osh, Paris, Penang, Perth, Phnom Penh, Phuket, San Francisco, Sapporo, Sendai, Seoul, Siem Reap, Singapore, Sydney, Tashkent, Tehran, Tokyo, Toyama, Tbilisi, Vancouver, Vladivostok, Vienna, and Yangon. Intellectual Property The company’s businesses and operations, other than the businesses and operations of Xiamen Airlines and Chongqing Airlines, are conducted under the names ‘China Southern’ and ‘China Southern Airlines’ in both English and Chinese. The company uses as its logo a stylized rendition of a kapok plant. Xiamen Airlines conducts its businesses and operations under the name of ‘Xiamen Airlines’ in English and Chinese, and uses its own logo depicting a stylized rendition of an egret. Chongqing Airlines conducts its business and operations under the name of ‘Chongqing Airlines’ in English and Chinese, and uses its own logo depicting a cross of two rivers. The company owns various trademarks and trade names related to its business. The names ‘China Southern’ and ‘China Southern Airlines’ contain Chinese words of common usage and are therefore not eligible for registration as trade names under current Chinese law. The kapok logo is a trademark registered in China and recorded with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the rights to which are owned by CSAHC. The company and CSAHC have entered into a trademark license agreement, pursuant to which CSAHC has licensed to the company the right to use the names ‘China Southern’ and ‘China Southern Airlines’ in both English and Chinese, and granted the company a 10-year renewable license from 1997 to use the kapok logo on a worldwide basis. Chongqing Airlines also owns all rights to its logo, which is a trademark registered in China, and recorded with the IATA. Competition Regional Routes: Air China Limited (Air China), China Eastern Airlines, Air Macau, Dragon Air, and Cathay Pacific Airways compete with the company in the regional traffic markets. International Routes: The company competes with Air China and China Eastern Airlines. In Southeast Asian routes, its competitors primarily include Thai Airways International, Singapore Airlines, Malaysian Airlines System, Air China, and China Eastern Airlines. In European routes, the company’s competitors primarily include Air China, China Eastern Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, and Lufthansa German Airlines. In the United States routes, the company’s competitors primarily include Air China, China Eastern Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, and United Airlines. In Australian routes, its competitors include Air China, China Eastern Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, and Qantas Airways Limited. History China Southern Airlines Company Limited was founded in 1995. The company was incorporated under PRC laws in 1995 as a joint stock company with limited liability.
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