China Southern Airlines plans to increase more than 2500 flights for the mid autumn national day

 China Southern Airlines plans to increase more than 2500 flights for the mid autumn national day

It is expected that the peak travel time of this years National Day holiday will be from September 30 to October 2 before the festival and October 8 after the festival.

Many popular homecoming and tourist routes have been sold out

In order to ensure the smooth travel of passengers, from September 25 to October 11, China Southern Airlines added more than 4000 flights to more than 100 domestic routes, and the overtime flights basically covered all the popular homecoming and tourism routes in China, mainly covering the routes from Guangzhou, Shenzhen to southwest, northwest, Hainan and other tourist destinations, as well as routes to small and medium-sized cities such as Hunan and Hubei, as well as Shanghai, Shenyang and Wuhan Routes to South China, etc. After the increase, the maximum daily flight volume of China Southern Airlines is expected to exceed 2000.

During the National Day holiday (September 30 - October 8), China Southern Airlines plans to carry out about 2000 flights at Beijing Daxing International Airport, and the maximum number of flights per day can reach 220. More than 160000 passengers are expected to take China Southern Airlines from Beijing Daxing airport to more than 40 major cities in China. From September 30 to October 1, more than 10 departure routes from Daxing airport, such as Daxing to Changde, Anshan, Jixi, Yanji, Nanchong, Beihai, Heihe, Daqing, Zhangjiajie, Guilin and so on, have few tickets left. China Southern Airlines Daxing to Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Sanya, Harbin, Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Xining, Yinchuan and other major cities of the route sales speed is also significantly accelerated.

China Southern Airlines reminds conditional passengers to choose off peak travel

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Source of this article: Cui Yuwei, editor in charge of Civil Aviation Resource Network_ NBJS11349