XiamenAir Hub System
XiamenAir, with the IATA code MF, operates with a hub system that includes multiple base(s) of operations and hub airports. The airline has established its primary base of operations at Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport (XMN) in Xiamen, Fujian Province, China. This airport serves as the main hub for XiamenAir, connecting numerous domestic and international flights.
In addition to Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport, XiamenAir also operates secondary hub airports in other cities, including Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport (HGH) in Hangzhou and Fuzhou Changle International Airport (FOC) in Fuzhou. These hub airports play a crucial role in the airline's network, facilitating efficient connections and providing convenient travel options for passengers.
The history of XiamenAir's hub system dates back to its establishment in 1984. Originally known as Xiamen Airlines, the carrier started with a modest fleet and limited destinations. However, as the airline expanded its operations and increased its route network, the need for a hub system became evident. By strategically selecting Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport as its main base, XiamenAir was able to centralize its operations and optimize flight connections for passengers.
The establishment of secondary hub airports further enhanced XiamenAir's hub system. Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport and Fuzhou Changle International Airport were chosen due to their geographical locations and potential for growth. These airports serve as important transfer points for passengers traveling to and from various destinations, contributing to the overall efficiency and effectiveness of XiamenAir's network.
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For additional information such as flight schedules, destinations, and aircraft details, visit the XiamenAir Guide.