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Operator index for China
Last updated: 8 March 2011
A list of aircraft operators that have that have suffered an accident, serious incident or hijacking. The list may also contain defunct airlines or airlines that in the meantime have changed their name or have merged.

Airlines:
Air China
Beijing Capital Airlines (Deer Jet Airlines until 2010)
CAAC (split into 6 separate airlines)
Central Air Transport
Changan Airlines
China Cargo Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Express Airlines
China Flying Dragon Aviation
China General Aviation Corp. (acquired by China Eastern Airlines)
China National Aviation Corporation - CNAC (merged into Air China)
China Northern Airlines (merged into China Southern Airlines)
China Northwest Airlines (merged with China Eastern Airlines)
China Postal Airlines
China Southern Airlines
China Southwest Airlines (merged into Air China)
China Xinhua Airlines
China Yunnan Airlines (merged with China Eastern Airlines)
Eastar Jet
Eurasia
Fujian Airlines
Fuzhou Airlines
GX Airlines (aka Guangxi Beibu Gulf Airlines)
Hainan Airlines
Hamiata (Russian-Chinese airline)
Henan Airlines (formerly Kunpeng Airlines)
Jingmen General Aviation Co.
Joy Air
Joy General Aviation
Juneyao Airlines
Loong Air
Lucky Air
Okay Airways
SF Airlines
Shandong Airlines
Shanghai Airlines
Shanxi Airlines
Shenzhen Airlines
Sichuan Airlines
Spring Airlines
Tianjin Airlines
Tongyong Airlines
Urumqi Airlines
West Air Co. Ltd.
Wuhan Airlines (merged with China Eastern Airlines)
Xiamen Airlines
Xinjiang General Aviation
Yangtze River Airlines (formerly known as Yangtze River Express)
Zhejiang Airlines (merged into Air China)
Zhong Fei General Aviation Company (CFGAC)

Flying schools, Aeroclubs, Paraclubs:
CAAC Flying College

Government:
CAAC Air Traffic Management Bureau
Chinese Government

Manufacturers:
Central Aircraft Manufacturing Company - CAMCO

Military:
People's Liberation Army - Air Force - PLAAF
Republic of China Air Force

Private:
Zhang Xueliang