China Southern, the Asia and Oceania specialist
Since 1 Ocotober, China Southern will place the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on the scheduled service between Guangzhou and Schiphol. There is room for 297 passengers aboard the Dreamliner. Of these, 28 travel in Business 269 in Economy Class.
China Southern offers an excellent service on board. In business class the carrier offers a flatbed service, direct aisle seating and free WiFi. In economy class the passenger receives a free amenity kit and they have a choice of a Western and Oriental menu. Welcome to China Southern!
From Schiphol Airport there are three daily flights, one to the hub Guangzhou, and two flights to Bejing (incl. a codeshare flight with KLM). From Guangzhou business travellers can transfer to most other destinations.
Asia and Oceania
With more than 138 destinations within China, there is almost no domestic airport to which China Southern does not fly. The airline also flies to 50 destinations in (southeast) Asia. In addition to this flights, China Southern is also a true Oceania specialist with over 90 flights a week from Guangzhou to Australia and New Zealand.
If the transfer time is more than eight hours, China Southern Airlines offers a free hotel and pick-up service. Upon arrival in Guangzhou, the transfer desk arranges a transit hotel for passengers. Thanks to the 114-hour visa-free rule, they can even explore Guangzhou.
Do you have any questions about the service of China Southern or do you want to book your ticket? Our Travel Consultants are happy to help you.
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