With China Southern Airlines to Asia and Oceania
China Southern Airlines offers business travellers direct flights to and from China with good connections worldwide. Together with its codeshare partners, China Southern Airlines offers even more destinations. Whether you have a meeting in Tokyo or are on a business trip to Hanoi, Guangzhou is the ideal starting point for many destinations in Asia.
From Schiphol Airport there are daily flights to Guangzhou and Beijing. On both these flights, the A330-300 is used, with two classes on board: Business Class and Economy Class. The Business Class consists of 28 comfortable full-flat seats.
Asia & Oceania
From the largest hub Guangzhou, passengers can travel on to 130 destinations within China and to almost 50 destinations in Asia. In addition, China Southern Airlines is also an Oceania specialist, with more than 60 flights per week to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland, Christchurch and Adelaide. This route from Europa via South China to Oceania is also known as the ‘Canton Route’.
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 72-hour visa-free rule, they can even explore Guangzhou.
Sky Pearl Club
China Southern Airlines’ loyalty programme offers three types of membership: Gold, Silver & Base. Because China Southern Airlines is a SkyTeam partner, members of the Sky Pearl Club not only earn FFP miles on domestic and international flights, but also on the flights of other SkyTeam partners within the global network.
For more information about China Southern Airlines, please contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to provide more details or assist you in booking your ticket.
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