Air China launches a stopping service from Chongqing to Harbin via Xi’an

Air China’s arrival from Chongqing to Harbin was welcomed by airline and airport employees with a small celebration on the tarmac.

Air China’s arrival from Chongqing to Harbin was welcomed by airline and airport employees with a small celebration on the tarmac. Air China, which operates the route via Xi’an, competes indirectly with four other carriers.

  • Air China commenced services on the 2,500-kilometre route from Chongqing (CKG) in south-west China, to Harbin (HRB) in the north-east of the country. Daily flights, which will be operated via Xi’an (XIY), are now served using 737-700s and face competition from seven weekly services each by Chongqing Airlines (via Qingdao), Shandong Airlines (via Chongqing), and Sichuan Airlines (via Nanjing); additionally, China Southern offers thrice-daily frequencies via Zhengzhou.

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