Moving to catch the wind of rebounding international travel to China, Kenya Airways and China Southern Airlines are touting the inter-connectivity of their networks, announcing the reactivation of their interline agreement. Flights under the interline opened for...
China Southern Airlines’ net loss for FY22 has significantly deepened compared to the previous year. The carrier said on January 30 that based on preliminary information, the loss will be RMB -30.3 billion compared to RMB -12.1 billion in 2021. China Southern is...
UPDATE – Two Chinese-registered Boeing MAXs have made their first commercial flight in China since March 2019. China Southern Airlines operated a rotation between Guangzhou and Zhengzhou and another to Wuhan earlier on Friday. China Southern operates first...
For some time during the first phase of the pandemic, China Southern Airlines was the world’s only and as such most-active operator of the Airbus A380. But just as the airline is emerging from the Covid-crisis it has decided to gradually phase out the double-decker...
Major state-owned Chinese carriers Air China, China Eastern Airlines, and China Southern Airlines all posted losses during the third quarter ended on 30 September, with the impact of COVID-19 taking a toll for the period when the summer travel season is traditionally...
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