|Commenced operations||13 February 2015|
|Operating bases||Nanning Wuxu International Airport|
|Key people||Wu Chongyang, Chairman and President|
|Guangxi Beibu Gulf Airlines Co., Ltd.|
|Literal meaning||Guangxi Gulf of Tonkin Airline Limited Liability Company|
Guangxi Beibu Gulf Airlines (Chinese: 北部湾航空; pinyin: Běibù Wān Hángkōng), or simply GX Airlines, is a Chinese airline based at Nanning Wuxu International Airport. It is a joint venture between Tianjin Airlines and the Guangxi Beibu Gulf Investment Group. GX Airlines commenced operations on 13 February 2015 as one of the first airlines based in Guangxi.
GX Airlines is a joint venture between Tianjin Airlines and the Guangxi Beibu Gulf Investment Group. Tianjin Airlines has a 70% (21 billion yuan) stake and the investment group has a 30% (9 billion yuan) stake in the airline. GX Airlines received its first aircraft, an Embraer 190 leased from Tianjin Airlines, and its air operator's certificate on 1 February 2015.
The airline conducted its first flight on 13 February of the same year, between its base of Nanning and Haikou, Hainan Province.
In November 2015, GX Airlines inducted its first foreign pilots. As of September 2022, the airline has a fleet of eight Embraer 190 aircraft. GX Airlines also plans to begin flights to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau and destinations in Northeast and Southeast Asia.
Main article: List of GX Airlines destinations
As of January 2017, GX Airlines flies to 44 destinations in China  and also to Bangkok, Thailand.
As of September 2019[update], the GX Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft: