Dynamic International Airways will operate roundtrip charter flights between Ontario and Nanchang, China, this summer.For seven weeks beginning this July, the Greensboro, NC-based carrier will operate charter service between Ontario International Airport (ONT) and Nanchang Changbei International Airport (KHN) with intermediate stops in Anchorago, Alaska (ANC). Located in southeastern China, Nanchang is the capital city of Jiangxi province.
Alan D. Wapner, President of the Ontario International Airport Authority, welcomed Dynamic International Airways and commended the carrier for creating an important link between Ontario and one of China's thriving economic, political and cultural centers.
"The demand for air service between the Los Angeles area and China grows seemingly by the day and we are heartened by Dynamic International Airways' move to Ontario. We will welcome visitors from Nanchang with open arms," Wapner said. "The summer charter flights will serve as a great audition for Ontario as we continue to demonstrate the high value our airport provides for international as well as domestic service," Wapner added.
In the past, Dynamic International Airways' Nanchang service has been operated from Los Angeles International Airport. "Dynamic International Airways is dedicated to providing our passengers comfortable, low-cost, long-haul travel with the highest standards for customer service," said Chief Executive Officer Paul Kraus. "We are confident ONT will add nicely to the enjoyable customer experience we strive to deliver with each and every flight." The twice-weekly roundtrips will depart KHN Saturday and Tuesday with a stop-over in Anchorage, AK, (ANC) where passengers and crew will be processed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers and the aircraft will be re-fueled. After passengers re-board, the aircraft will continue to ONT arriving at 9:05 p.m. (PDT). Return service departing ONT Sunday and Wednesday at 7:35 a.m. (PDT) will likewise pass through Anchorage for refueling.
Dynamic International Airways will operate Boeing 767-300ER aircraft configured to accommodate 235 passengers with 21 lie-flat business class seats and 214 economy class seats. Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau hosted the Global Ready seminar a few months ago – we are prepared and ready to welcome our visitors from China.