Genghis Khan Airlines receives its first COMAC ARJ21

First of 25 expected in next 5 years

Genghis Khan Airlines, a newly established regional carrier in China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has received its first COMAC ARJ21 aircraft.

The delivery is the first of 25 of the twinjets the airline expects to operate within the next five years.

The aircraft has between 78 to 90 seats and a flight range of 2,225 to 3,700 kilometers.

Genghis Khan Airlines is based at Hohhot Baita International Airport  in Hohhot, the capital of Inner Mongolia, China.

The airline is the second customer of the ARJ21, China’s first home-built regional passenger jetliner, Chengdu Airlines was the first customer and now operates nine of the ARJ21 aircraft.

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