Air China Inner Mongolia Co., Ltd
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded23 August 2013; 10 years ago (2013-08-23)
Commenced operations8 January 2014; 10 years ago (2014-01-08)
HubsHohhot Baita International Airport
Frequent-flyer programPhoenixMiles
AllianceStar Alliance (affiliate)
Fleet size9
Parent company
  • Air China (80%)
  • Inner-Mongolia State-owned Capital Management Co., Ltd (20%)
HeadquartersHohhot Baita International Airport
Key peopleWang Yingnian (Chairman)

Air China Inner Mongolia Co., Ltd, branded as Air China Inner Mongolia, is a regional airline in Inner Mongolia, China, with its corporate base in Hohhot Baita International Airport. It is a state-owned airline owned by Air China (80%)[1] and Inner-Mongolia State-owned Capital Management Co., Ltd (20%).[2] As of 2019, Air China Inner Mongolia has 19 destinations,[3] mostly in China. It has an all Boeing 737 fleet of 8 that consists of Boeing 737-700 and -800 aircraft.[4] The airline is founded in 2012 by Air China, serving as a regional branch that increases Air China's presence in Inner-Mongolia.[5] The airline's current chairman in Wang Yingnian serving as Chief Pilot of Air China since 2014.[6]


Air China Inner Mongolia was founded on August 23, 2013 as a 1 billion yuan joint venture between Air China (80%) and Inner Mongolia State-owned Capital Management.[2] On 31 December 2013, Air China Inner Mongolia received its first aircraft, a Boeing 737-700. On 8 January 2014, the airline commenced operation, with its first flight, CA 1102 from Hohhot Baita International Airport, its operation base and hub, to Beijing Capital International Airport.[5] On May 30, 2014, the airline received its first Boeing 737-800 aircraft, for the purpose to expand on routes to Beijing Capital, Chifeng, Changsha Huanghua, Haikou, Wuhan, and Xiamen.[7]


Air China Inner Mongolia has a total of 19 destinations.[8][9]


Air China Inner Mongolia has codeshare agreements with Air China.[9]


Current fleet

As of September 2019, Air China Inner Mongolia operates an all-Boeing fleet consisting of the following aircraft:[10]

Air China Inner Mongolia Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Boeing 737-700 1 8 120 128
Boeing 737-800 8 8 159 167
168 176
Total 9


An Air China Inner Mongolia Boeing 737-800 aircraft Wearing its standard livery. (B-2670)

The standard livery of the airline is the standard Air China livery, except the words "Air China Inner Mongolia" and "中國國際航空內蒙古有限公司" are painted above the windows.

Special Liveries

An Air China Inner Mongolia Boeing 737-700 aircraft wearing Neimenggu Livery. (B-5226)

Neimenggu Livery

The Neimenggu Livery is painted on the first aircraft received by the airline, B-5226, a Boeing 737-700.[11] Its upper fuselage doesn't have any difference with the standard livery, but the blue cheatline is replaced with colourful streamlines. The words "天傲內蒙古" (literal meaning: Pride of the sky of Inner Mongolia) is painted on the rear fuselage above the windows.


Air China Inner Mongolia offers two classes of service: First Class and Economy class on all Boeing 737-800s. There are a typical configuration of 8 First Class Recliner seats and the remaining are standard economy seats.

Loyalty Programme

The airline shares the loyalty programme with its parent company Air China, PhoenixMiles. Passengers on Air China Inner Mongolia can accumulate miles.


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  7. ^ "Air China Inner Mongolia takes delivery of first B737-800". ch-aviation. Retrieved 2019-10-30.
  8. ^ "航班计划". Retrieved 2019-10-30.
  9. ^ a b "Air China Inner Mongolia - Codeshare Flights". Air China.
  10. ^ 24 January 2017. "Air China Inner Mongolia Fleet in". Retrieved 2017-01-24.((cite web)): CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  11. ^ "中国国际航空内蒙古有限公司首架飞机首飞-中新网". Retrieved 2019-10-31.