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Okay Airways
Okay Airways

Aòk?i Hángk?ng G?ngs?
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded2004; 17 years ago (2004)
HubsTianjin Binhai International Airport

Xi'an Xianyang International Airport

Changsha Huanghua International Airport
Frequent-flyer programLucky Clouds Club
Fleet size28
Parent companyOkay Airways Ltd.
HeadquartersBeijing, China
Key peopleLiu Jieyin

Okay Airways (Chinese: ; pinyin: Aòk?i Hángk?ng g?ngs?) is an airline headquartered in Shunyi District, Beijing, People's Republic of China. It operates passenger flight services and dedicated cargo services. Its main hubs are Tianjin Binhai International Airport and Xi'an Xianyang International Airport, with a secondary hub is Changsha Huanghua International Airport.[1]


Okay Airways was established in June 2004 and in February 2005 received an aviation carrier business license from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). It is China's first private sector airline. The carrier's maiden flight from its base in Tianjin to Changsha was on 11 March 2005, with 81 people on board.[2]

Okay Airways headquarters in an Air China facility
Boeing 737-800 in current livery at Leeds Bradford Airport now in service with Jet2.com.

[3] Okay Airways leased three Boeing 737-300F aircraft and started cargo services as a local partner of FedEx Express in March 2007.[4]

Flights were suspended for one month beginning on 15 December 2008, due to a dispute between the carrier and its shareholders.[5]

Corporate affairs

Its headquarters are in an Air China office facility in Zone A of the Tianzhu Industrial Zone of Shunyi District, Beijing, People's Republic of China.[6][7] Previously the headquarters of Okay Airways were in the Fengtai District, Beijing.[8][9]


As of September 2018, Okay Airways operates to:

Country City Airport Notes Refs
 China Changsha Changsha Huanghua International Airport Secondary Hub
 China Chaoyang Chaoyang Airport
 China Chengdu Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport
 China Chongqing Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport
 China Dalian Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport
 China Guangzhou Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
 China Guilin Guilin Liangjiang International Airport
 China Guiyang Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport
 China Haikou Haikou Meilan International Airport
 China Hangzhou Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport
 China Harbin Harbin Taiping International Airport
 China Hefei Hefei Xinqiao International Airport
 China Heihe Heihe Airport
 China Jiagedaqi Jiagedaqi Airport
 China Jiamusi Jiamusi Dongjiao Airport
 China Jining Jining Qufu Airport
 China Jixi Jixi Xingkaihu Airport
 China Kunming Kunming Changshui International Airport
 China Lanzhou Lanzhou Zhongchuan International Airport
 China Libo Libo Airport
 China Liping Liping Airport
 China Mohe Mohe Gulian Airport
 China Nanjing Nanjing Lukou International Airport
 China Ningbo Ningbo Lishe International Airport
 China Qingdao Qingdao Liuting International Airport
 China Quanzhou Quanzhou Jinjiang International Airport
 China Sanya Sanya Phoenix International Airport
 China Shanghai Shanghai Pudong International Airport
 China Shenyang Shenyang Taoxian International Airport
 China Tianjin Tianjin Binhai International Airport Hub
 China Tongren Tongren Fenghuang Airport
 China Ürümqi Ürümqi Diwopu International Airport
 China Wuyishan Wuyishan Airport
 China Xiamen Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport
 China Xi'an Xi'an Xianyang International Airport Hub
 China Xining Xining Caojiabao International Airport
 China Yanji Yanji Chaoyangchuan International Airport
 China Yantai Yantai Penglai International Airport
 China Yongzhou Yongzhou Lingling Airport
 China Yulin Yulin Yuyang Airport
 China Zhangjiajie Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport
 China Zhanjiang Zhanjiang Airport
 China Zhuhai Zhuhai Jinwan Airport
 Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport
 Japan Aomori Aomori Airport
 Japan Hakodate Hakodate Airport [10]
 Japan Osaka Kansai International Airport
 Japan Tokyo Haneda Airport
 Philippines Cebu Mactan-Cebu International Airport Terminated
 Philippines Kalibo Kalibo International Airport
 South Korea Daegu Daegu International Airport Seasonal Terminated [11]
 South Korea Jeju Jeju International Airport Terminated
 Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
 Thailand Krabi Krabi International Airport
 Thailand Phuket Phuket International Airport [12]
 Vietnam Da Nang Da Nang International Airport
 Vietnam Phu Quoc Phu Quoc International Airport [13]


Okay Airways Boeing 737-800 in former livery
Okay Airways Xian MA60 in former livery

Current fleet

As of September 2019, Okay Airways operates an all-Boeing fleet consisting of the following aircraft:[14]

Okay Airways Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-800 20 177
Boeing 737-900ER 6 2 200
Boeing 737 MAX 8 2 5
Boeing 737 MAX 10 8[15] TBA
Boeing 787-9 5[16]
Okay Airways Cargo fleet
Boeing 737-400SF 2 Cargo To be leased from Air Transport Services Group[17]
Total 28 23

Fleet development

In June 2017, the airline announced an order for 15 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft consisting of 7 737 MAX 8 and 8 737 MAX 10. In November 2017, the airline signed a firm order for 5 Boeing 787-9 aircraft.[16]

Okay Airways used to have a regional fleet of 13 Xian MA-60. With the establishment of the new Joy Air on October 30, 2016, the regional fleet of Okay Airways (all the 13 Xian MA60) has been transferred to Joy Air.[18]

Former fleet

The airline previously operated the following aircraft (as of August 2018):[19]

  • 2 further Boeing 737-800


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  2. ^ "Private airline launches 1st flight". Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ Air Transport World Archived May 12, 2007, at the Wayback Machine 9 May 2007
  4. ^ "?__?". Archived from the original on 1 December 2008. Retrieved 2016.
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  6. ^ "? Archived April 26, 2012, at the Wayback Machine." Okay Airways. November 21, 2011. Retrieved on December 27, 2011. "?A16?"
  7. ^ "Privacy Policy." Air China France. Retrieved on February 5, 2010. "No. 16, A TianZhu Airport Industrial Zone TianZhu West Road"
  8. ^ "." Okay Airways. Retrieved on October 4, 2009. "" and "?18?"
  9. ^ "China to approve private airline - report.(Okay Airways Co)(Brief Article)." HighBeam Research, Airline Industry Information. February 22, 2005. Retrieved on October 4, 2009.
  10. ^ "Okay Airways schedules Xi'An - Hakodate flight in Dec 2016". routesonline. Archived from the original on 23 November 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  11. ^ "Okay Airways Plans Tianjin - Daegu Service in late-May 2016". airlineroute. Archived from the original on 7 May 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  12. ^ "Okay Airways adds Phuket service from late-Nov 2016". routesonline. Archived from the original on 18 November 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  13. ^ "Okay Airways adds Nanning - Phu Quoc route from Nov 2018". Routesonline. 18 October 2018. Archived from the original on 18 October 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  14. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2019): 11.
  15. ^ Editorial, Reuters. "BRIEF-Boeing, Okay Airways announce order for 15 737 MAX airplanes". Archived from the original on 8 September 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  16. ^ a b "China's Okay firms up order for five 787-9s". 23 November 2017. Archived from the original on 15 January 2019. Retrieved 2018.
  17. ^ "China's Okay Airways to lease two B737 freighters from ATSG". Archived from the original on 8 September 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  18. ^ Cantle, Katie (25 January 2017). "China's Joy Air may not see profit for two years". ATW (Air Transport World). Archived from the original on 22 March 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  19. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2018 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2018): 11.

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