China Southern Airlines adds Bangkok and Singapore from Nanning

Airline and airport officials celebrating the launch of China Southern's flights from Changi Airport to Guilin and Nanning.

Celebrating the launch of China Southern’s flights from Singapore Changi Airport to Guilin and Nanning are (from left to right): Ms. Aileen Wong (Sales Manager, China Southern Airlines Singapore Office); four members of China Southern flight and cabin crew; Mr. Alex Hungate (Executive Director, SATS); Mr. Jiang Shi Jing (Director of Marketing & Sales, China Southern Airlines Guangxi Branch); Mr. Luo Zeng Quan (GM, China Southern Airlines Singapore Office); Ms. Mao Ya Ling (Deputy Director of Marketing & Sales, China Southern Airlines Guangxi Branch); Mr. Damon Wong (AVP, Changi Airport Group); and Ms. Christine Law (Station Manager, China Southern Airlines Singapore Office).

  • China Southern Airlines has added two new routes from Nanning (NNG) in Southern China. On 10 December the airline resumed four times weekly flights on the 1,280-kilometre route to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK), a route it had served in the summer of 2010. Hainan Airlines already serves the market with thrice-weekly flights. On 11 December China Southern added thrice-weekly flights to Singapore (SIN), a 2,420-kiometre route that is already served thrice-weekly by China Eastern Airlines. The service originates in Guilin enabling same aircraft, one-stop service between Singapore and Guilin. Both routes will be operated by 737-800s, and will complement the airline’s existing international service from Nanning to Taipei. In 2012 Nanning Wuxu International Airport handled just over seven million passengers, ranking it 27th among Chinese Airports.

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