Are Chinese Customers Growing Tired Of Shabby Treatment By Their Domestic Airlines?


We always hear about various cases misconduct coming from air travelers in China but it seems that these same consumers are getting increasingly and rightfully testy with the bad treatment they received from the local airlines.

Just this week again news have made the rounds when Star Alliance carrier Shenzhen Airlines trapped people for 5 hours onbard the plane during a tarmac delay – without air condition.

Hilton HHonors Singapore Airlines Up To Quadruple KrisFlyer Miles October 1 – January 31, 2016

Hilton HHonors has launched new up to quadruple miles promotion for Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer members.

Hilton HHonors Singapore Airlines Up To Quadruple KrisFlyer Miles October 1 January 31 2016

You earn quadruple miles for stays in Asia-Pacific and triple elsewhere. The offer is valid for stays between October 1 – January 31, 2016 and requires registration.

Shenzhen Airlines: Parents Let Their Children Defecate Inside The Aircraft Cabin


Passengers of Shenzhen Airlines experienced the ultimate extreme of a ‘crappy flight’ when two pairs of parents allowed their children to defecate on the floor inside the cabin of the Chinese carrier.

China Poop1Pictures from the two separate incidents on the Nanjing to Guangzhou flight were promptly uploaded on Chinese media including the popular Weibo, sparking outrage among people.

Passenger Sets Fire Onboard Chinese Domestic Flight – Emergency Landing


Unbelievable pictures are surfacing from China today. Apparently a passenger on a domestic Shenzhen Airlines flight from Taizhou to Guangzhou set a fire on board and caused substantial damage. The flight was able to land safely.


The perpetrator seems to have had a nice seat in First Class to plan his arson.

Shenzhen Airlines – Latest Member of the Star Alliance


Shenzhen Airlines officially joined Star Alliance on November 29, 2012, at a ceremony that took place at its main base in Shenzhen Airport (SZX). The airlines parent, Air China, was sponsoring the airline’s joining to the alliance.

Shenzhen Airlines
Shenzhen Airlines

Shenzhen Airlines operates a narrow body fleet of more than 100 airplanes and serves domestic and regional airports. According to the press releases, they are planning to order some wide body airplanes and that would imply long-haul flights sometime in the future. The airline was founded in 1992 and started operations in 1993.


You can already earn and burn on Shenzhen airlines. The earnings rate for United (check your Star Alliance airline’s page for your earning info these are not uniform) frequent fliers are rather low on discounted economy and you don’t earn Premier bonuses on Shenzhen as you do with some other Star Alliance airlines.


The award inventory is not available on yet. It is, however, available already on Air Canada’s Aeroplan. So, it should be soon on United and other Star Alliance carriers websites that allow online award bookings too.


It is really difficult to tell any differences between Chinese airlines. I have flown China Eastern and China Southern (both are SkyTeam members), and Air China (Star Alliance member and the parent of Shenzhen). I have yet to fly Shenzhen but for sure will at some point.

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