A flight from Kunming, capital of China`s Yunnan province, safely landed at the International Airport in…
A flight from Kunming, capital of China`s Yunnan province, safely landed at the International Airport in Cambodia`s Siem Reap on Friday, marking the opening of the third direct air services between China and Cambodia.
A ceremony was held at the Siem Reap International Airport on Friday to mark the China Eastern Air Group Yunnan Corp.`s official launch of regular flights between Kunming and Siem Reap, home of well-know Angkor Wat temples. Regular flights will be arranged for Tuesday and Friday every week between the two cities.
Officials from both nations said the services will greatly enhance the exchange of visits between the two countries, and promote the development and cooperation between the two cities in tourism, trade and economy, and culture.
In 1999 and 2000, China`s Southern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines opened their direct services between Guangzhou and Phnom Penh, as well as Shanghai and Phnom Penh respectively.
The China Eastern Air Group Yunnan Corp. now operates 88 domestic and international air routes.
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