Chinese airlines will resume international flights in May planning one weekly service per country to start the process of rebuilding their route networks, TTR Weekly reports today (Apr 24).


China Southern has filed timetable information showing it will increase services in May 2020 and intends to operate one route per country per week to begin rebuilding its network, said the report.


The airline will offer just one service weekly from Guangzhou to Bangkok using an A330 aircraft starting 6 May.


There are also flights to Dhaka, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, Seoul and Tokyo and Manila all due to start with one flight per week during May using A330 aircraft.


Air China will also begin the same process of reinstating international services in May to destinations worldwide starting with one weekly flight per country.



Flights in Asia


Beijing Capital Bangkok Qingdao Beijing Capital one weekly


Beijing Capital Delhi Taiyuan Beijing Capital one weekly A330-200


Beijing Capital Islamabad Karachi XiAn Beijing Capital one weekly A330


Beijing Capital Phnom Penh Zhengzhou one weekly


Beijing Capital Seoul Incheon Qingdao Beijing Capital one weekly A330-300


Beijing Capital Yangon Zhengzhou Beijing Capital one weekly 737-800


Chengdu Kathmandu one weekly A319


Chengdu Singapore one weekly


Shanghai Pu Dong Tokyo Narita one weekly A330-200.


China Eastern adopts a similar start-up of international services with one route per country per week for May.




Flights in Asia


Kunming Dhaka one weekly 737-800


Kunming Vientiane one weekly 737-700


Kunming Yangon one weekly 737-800 (replacing the former Shanghai Pu Dong Yangon flight)


Nanjing Bangkok one weekly A320 (replacing Shanghai Pu Dong Bangkok)


Shanghai Pu Dong Colombo one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Delhi one weekly A330-300


Shanghai Pu Dong Manila one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Phnom Penh one weekly A320


Shanghai Pu Dong Seoul Incheon one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Singapore one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Tokyo Narita 1 weekly A330-300


Shanghai Airlines will resume flights in Asia first to Kuala Lumpur from its base in Shanghai Pu Dong.   


For now, it continues to suspend services from Shanghai Pu Dong to Bangkok.


(Source: Airlineroute)



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Chinese airlines to resume international flights


Chinese airlines will resume international flights in May planning one weekly service per country to start the process of rebuilding their route networks, TTR Weekly reports today (Apr 24).


China Southern has filed timetable information showing it will increase services in May 2020 and intends to operate one route per country per week to begin rebuilding its network, said the report.


The airline will offer just one service weekly from Guangzhou to Bangkok using an A330 aircraft starting 6 May.


There are also flights to Dhaka, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, Seoul and Tokyo and Manila all due to start with one flight per week during May using A330 aircraft.


Air China will also begin the same process of reinstating international services in May to destinations worldwide starting with one weekly flight per country.



Flights in Asia


Beijing Capital Bangkok Qingdao Beijing Capital one weekly


Beijing Capital Delhi Taiyuan Beijing Capital one weekly A330-200


Beijing Capital Islamabad Karachi XiAn Beijing Capital one weekly A330


Beijing Capital Phnom Penh Zhengzhou one weekly


Beijing Capital Seoul Incheon Qingdao Beijing Capital one weekly A330-300


Beijing Capital Yangon Zhengzhou Beijing Capital one weekly 737-800


Chengdu Kathmandu one weekly A319


Chengdu Singapore one weekly


Shanghai Pu Dong Tokyo Narita one weekly A330-200.


China Eastern adopts a similar start-up of international services with one route per country per week for May.




Flights in Asia


Kunming Dhaka one weekly 737-800


Kunming Vientiane one weekly 737-700


Kunming Yangon one weekly 737-800 (replacing the former Shanghai Pu Dong Yangon flight)


Nanjing Bangkok one weekly A320 (replacing Shanghai Pu Dong Bangkok)


Shanghai Pu Dong Colombo one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Delhi one weekly A330-300


Shanghai Pu Dong Manila one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Phnom Penh one weekly A320


Shanghai Pu Dong Seoul Incheon one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Singapore one weekly A330-200


Shanghai Pu Dong Tokyo Narita 1 weekly A330-300


Shanghai Airlines will resume flights in Asia first to Kuala Lumpur from its base in Shanghai Pu Dong.   


For now, it continues to suspend services from Shanghai Pu Dong to Bangkok.


(Source: Airlineroute)



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