Fast-growing Chinese carrier Tianjin Airlines has acquired its 100th aircraft – an Airbus A321.
Executives of the airline attended the acquisition ceremony and celebrated the milestone in Tianjin Binhai Airport, China, on 1 August.
Tianjin Airlines’ fleet has grown to 100 aircraft just nine years after the official start of operations, and includes A330s, A321s, A320s, Embraer 195 and Embraer 190.
The carrier services over 70 million passengers a year in total on 270 international and domestic air routes and more than 130 destinations covering three continents.
The new A321 aircraft is specially painted and the paint scheme represents Tianjin’s city image and focuses on several Tianjin city landmarks, showing Tianjin Airlines’ great gratitude towards the city and passengers.