We are following 4,145 aircraft operated by 87 carriers in China in our ch-aviation fleets advanced database. In a picture of the coronavirus spread, our aircraft data team updates information every day about the grounded aircraft due to reduced operations by Chinese airlines.
We also follow 87 of Boeing 737MAX aircraft grounded in airports in China since March 2019.
As of February 12, 2020, we see 1215 aircraft operated by airlines from China, Hong Kong and Macao grounded (including passenger aircraft and cargo aircraft).
The following airlines have the most of their fleet grounded in China:
|Operator||Aircraft on Ground||Total Aircraft||% of Grounded|
|China Eastern Airlines||191||556||33,7%|
|China Southern Airlines||173||530||32,6%|
The following airlines are exposed the most with these groundings, as these airlines have the largest share of their fleet grounded (all 50%+):
|China Xinhua Airlines||2||2||100%|
|China Grand Air||2||3||66,7%|
The airports with the most of these aircraft parked are the following:
|Guangzhou Baiyun International||79|
|Hangzhou Xiaoshan International||60|
|Xi’an Xianyang International||59|
|Urumqi Diwopu International||58|
|Chengdu Shuangliu International||54|
We also see these are the types of the aircraft mostly affected by the groundings by Chinese airlines:
|Aircraft Type||Aircraft on Ground||Total Aircraft||% of Grounded|