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Facts about China Northern Airlines

China Northern Airlines was established in 1990 to act as a successor to Swan Airlines. It later merged into China Southern Airlines in 2003.
China Northern AirlinesChina Northern Airlines (CNA) was established on June 16,1990, with the headquarter in Shebang.
China Northern Airlines Flight 6136 (CBF6136, CJ6136) was a flight from Beijing Capital International Airport to Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport, a coastal city in Liaoning province of the People's
China Northern Airlines, was an airline based in Taoxian International Airport, Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China. Besides Shenyang, it also had three hubs at Harbin, Changchun and Sanya.
China Northern Airlines Plane Crashes in Dalian Second 'Black Box' From Crashed Plane Found Second "Black Box" From Crashed Plane Found
China Northern Airlines - by Boon Ghee 12 February 2004 China Northern Airlines does not keep to their flight schedule.
Since 2003, China Northern Airlines has mergered into China Southern Airlines.
BBC has just reported that a China Northern Airlines plane has crashed in northern China.
China Northern Airlines, based in Shenyang, China has a fleet of Airbus A300s, McDonnell Douglas MD-80s, McDonnell Douglas MD-90s and Airbus A321s.
There are 2 crash records for China Northern Airlines in our database.
survivors from China Northern Airlines Flight 6136, which crashed around 9.40 p.m. (1340 GMT) on Tuesday, about 20 kilometers east of the resort city of Dalian.
China Northern Airlines merged into China Southern Airlines in 2002. The China Northern fleet is slowly being repainted into the China Southern Airlines paint.
China Northern Airlines has decided to open one international flight and reopen another to the Korean Peninsula.
China Northern Airlines will begin several new domestic and international flight routes from March 31.