Leading Chinese carrier China Southern Airlines recently announced it is all set to boost its frequency to India’s capital city Delhi. The airline in a statement said that it will increase its services to Delhi from the existing daily to double daily flights from Australian ports via Guangzhou.
The airline has also indicated that it will be introducing the spacious, modern Airbus A330-200 aircraft to operate flights on the busy India route. The airline said that it is taking this step as part of its exciting revamp on its Canton Route to the World.
China Southern Airlines disclosed that it will start operating three additional flights between Guangzhou and Delhi starting from March 31, 2013. By introducing three additional flights, the airline will now be operating a total of 14 flights every week between the two destinations.
To mark the launch of new double daily flights to Delhi from Australian ports via Guangzhou, the airline is offering its customers opportunity to book cheap business class flights starting from $4,116. This offer is also available for travel in Economy Class and the customers can buy air tickets starting as low as $996 round-trip.