Spring Airlines News Stories

Spring Airlines, CFM Firm Up A320 Engine Order

January 9, 2018

Aero engine maker CFM International has firmed up an order from Spring Airlines for 120 LEAP-1A engines to power the Chinese carrier’s Airbus A320neo aircraft.


Singapore Airport’s Terminal 4 To Open in October

September 6, 2017

Singapore Changi Airport’s newest terminal, Terminal 4, will start receiving commercial flights on October 31, after a series of successful trials.


Spring Air Q1 Net Profit Up 44 Percent

April 28, 2016

China's largest budget carrier Spring Airlines posted a 44 percent jump in first-quarter net profit to CNY366.7 million yuan (USD$56.61 million), lifted by robust travel demand.


Spring Airlines To Double Fleet Size By 2018

April 15, 2016

Chinese budget carrier Spring Airlines is looking to double its fleet size to 100 aircraft by 2018, its chairman said.


Chinese Carriers To Blacklist Unruly Passengers

February 1, 2016

China's biggest airlines have joined forces to blacklist rowdy passengers who have become an increasing problem as the number of passengers grows.



China To Reform Slot-Assignment Process

December 7, 2015

China is making the allocation of new landing slots at some key airports a competitive process, a move that could give private airlines a fairer opportunity to get some desired slots compared with state-owned carriers.


Spring Air Agrees 60 Jet Airbus Deal

December 3, 2015

Spring Airlines has signed an agreement to buy 60 Airbus A320neo-family jets, worth USD$6.3 billion at list prices, to meet surging Chinese demand for air travel.


Spring Airlines Plans North Korea Route

November 24, 2015

China's Spring Airlines plans to fly to the North Korean capital Pyongyang next year, making it the third airline to operate scheduled flights to the country.