China Southern Airlines announced that it has significantly adjusted its route timetable to providing wider and quicker services throughout…
China Southern Airlines announced that it has significantly adjusted its route timetable to providing wider and quicker services throughout China, Asia, Europe, the United States and Australia. China Southern Airlines plans to operate more than 3,000 weekly flights during 2003, 239 more than in 2002.
China`s largest airline has made these specific International flight schedule changes:
- Increasing its Guangzhou-Beijing-Amsterdam service from two to four flights per week each Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday;
- Four flights weekly between Guangzhou and Phnom Penn and five times weekly between Guangzhou and Jakarta;
- Reducing its transpacific service between Guangzhou and Los Angeles from five to four times weekly – canceling its service between Guilin to Seoul and increasing service between Guangzhou and Hong Kong to five times daily.
On the domestic side, China Southern Airlines has made the following route changes:
- Adjusted its Zhengzhou-Chengdu-Kunming service into a daily service between Zhengzhou to Chengdu and Zhengzhou to Kunming;
- Launched new daily service between Changsha-Nanjing-Dalian;
- Guangzhou-Nanjing service will increase from twice daily to three times daily;
- Eight daily flights (up from six) between Guangzhou and Shanghai … and Shenzhen and Shanghai;
- Added one additional daily flight between Zhengzhou-Shanghai; Wuhan-Shanghai; and Changsha-Shanghai.
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