The low cost revolution is slowly coming to China now that the government and CAAC see the benefits that LCCs can bring to enable growth in underdeveloped regions. Accordingly most of the big four airline groups in China (China Eastern, China Southern and Hainan Airlines, but not Air China) have been working to transition existing airlines to the LCC model or create new budget carriers. One of the latest additions is within the China Southern stable, albeit through their nominally independent subsidiary Xiamen Airlines.
- Blue and white porcelain which Jinagxi's Jindezhen City is famous for
- A Crane symbolising green and ecological Jiangxi
- Jade - meaning good luck and completeness in all ages
- aircraft engine - Jiangxi's infinite development force
Apparently integrating these elements 'signifies Jiangxi's people's wonderful desire of soaring development' or some such marketing guff.
Jiangxi Air. CAPA
Jiangxi Air Fleet. Airfleets
2015, July. China's New Budget Carrier Jiangxi Airlines ready for take-off. South China Morning Post
2015. Dec. Jiangxi Air Unveils Its Logo and Livery, Introduces First B738. China Aviation Daily
2015, Dec. New Airline Takes to the Skies in Southeast China's Jiangxi Province. China Aviation Daily
2016, Jan. Jiangxi Air to launch inaugural scheduled flight from Nanchang on 18 January 2016. Sayacinta - Airpost