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China Southern Airlines reinstates service to the Middle East

China Southern Airlines announced that it has reinstated its service between China and…

China Southern Airlines<.> announced that it has reinstated its service between China and The United Arab Emirates.

The Beijing – Urumqi – Shajah route was suspended by China Southern Airlines following the terrorist attacks on The World Trade Center and The Pentagon on September 11, 2001.

China Southern Airlines is the only airline in China to offer air service between Beijing and Shajah.

Clearly the business climate in The Middle East favor the return of China`s largest airline to normal service, said Mr. Wang Changshun, President, China Southern Airlines. Wang added that the service – available immediately with flight numbers CZ 329 and 330 – will operate three times weekly with a Boeing 757 aircraft. China Southern Airlines` service departs from Beijing – stops in Urumqi – and flies over Pakistan and Iran to the U.A.E.

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