A strict policy restricting international access into China has helped the country keep control of Covid-19 infections. This means that Juneyao Air this month is operating just six weekly scheduled international flights to foreign destinations. This comprise single rotations from Shanghai Pudong to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Helsinki and Osaka Kansai; from Nanjing to Osaka Kansai; and from Guiyang to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi.
But its Boeing 787 Dreamliners have also appeared in other foreign locations to support special charter needs. Last month that was in Africa following the operation of a Shanghai Pudong-Libreville-Nanjing service. This past weekend the airline flew a Nanjing-London charter flight delivering 200 Chinese students back to universities in the UK for the new academic year.
Established in 2005, Juneyao Air, previously Juneyao Airlines, is a privately-owned, listed airline headquartered in Changning District, Shanghai, China. The carrier, which is a subsidiary of the Juneyao Group, operates domestic service from its two hubs at Shanghai Pudong and Shanghai Hongqiao airports. Juneyao Air is the launch carrier of the Star Alliance Connecting Partner.
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