XiamenAir: Aircraft Fleet
XiamenAir, also known as Xiamen Airlines, is a Chinese airline based in Xiamen, Fujian Province. The airline operates a fleet of 200 aircraft, serving both domestic and international destinations.
The XiamenAir fleet consists of various aircraft types from different manufacturers. The majority of the fleet is made up of Boeing and Airbus aircraft, with a few regional aircraft from Embraer and Comac.
Boeing is the largest aircraft manufacturer for XiamenAir, with the airline operating a total of 122 Boeing aircraft. This includes 17 Boeing 737-700, 77 Boeing 737-800, and 28 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The airline also has orders for additional Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 10 aircraft.
XiamenAir also operates 77 Airbus aircraft, including 6 Airbus A319, 57 Airbus A320, and 14 Airbus A321 aircraft. The airline also has orders for additional Airbus A320neo and A321neo aircraft.
In addition to these aircraft, XiamenAir also operates 1 Embraer E190 and 2 Comac ARJ21 regional aircraft.
Recently, XiamenAir has made significant deals regarding its aircraft fleet. The airline signed a Memorandum of Understanding with GE Aviation to provide engines for its upcoming fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The airline also signed a deal with CFM International to provide engines for its Airbus A320neo and A321neo aircraft.