China’s troubled HNA Group owns stakes in more than a dozen airlines

Creditors of China’s HNA Group on Friday applied to a Chinese court for the company to be placed in bankruptcy and restructured.

The assets include stakes in more than a dozen airlines, led by its flagship firm Hainan Airlines, China’s fourth-biggest carrier and the largest one that is not state-owned.

The airlines have more than 500 narrowbody planes and 100 widebody aircraft, according to data from industry publication Leeham News and Analysis.

  1. Hainan Airlines

Headquarters: Haikou

Fleet size: 220 planes

  1. Tianjin Airlines

Headquarters: Tianjin

Fleet size: 97 planes

  1. Capital Airlines

Headquarters: Beijing

Fleet size: 85 planes

  1. Lucky Air

Headquarters: Kunming

Fleet size: 53 planes

  1. China West Air

Headquarters: Chongqing

Fleet size: 35 planes

  1. Hong Kong Airlines

Headquarters: Hong Kong

Fleet size: 28 planes

  1. Guangxi Beibu Gulf Airlines

Headquarters: Nanning

Fleet size: 27 planes

  1. Fuzhou Air

Headquarters: Fuzhou

Fleet size: 16 planes

  1. Urumqi Air

Headquarters: Urumqi

Fleet size: 15 planes

  1. Suparna Airlines (formerly Yangtze River Express)

Headquarters: Shanghai

Fleet size: 11 planes

  1. Air Changan

Headquarters: Xian

Fleet size: 11 planes

  1. Air Guilin

Headquarters: Guilin

Fleet size: 11 planes

  1. Africa World Airlines

Headquarters: Accra, Ghana

Fleet size: 8 planes

  1. China Grand Air (formerly China Xinhua Air)

Headquarters: Haikou

Fleet size: 3 planes

  1. Deer Jet (private jets for charter)

Headquarters: Beijing

Fleet size: 3 planes