China Southern, the largest carrier in China is all set to link London with Sanya on the most renowned resort island named Hainan. The newly launched route is said to emanate from Guangzhou, the home hub of the carrier. Before flying all the way to London Heathrow, the flight halts at Sanya. The flights connecting the two destinations to scheduled to fly twice a week would commence from July 12, 2018.
It is important to note that that airline would be operating the variant of its Airbus A330-200 that referred to be the most luxurious of its kind. Fully equipped with a first-class cabin, where it includes four laid out seats each in a 1-2-1 configuration. Each seat can easily recline to a fully-flat bed enabling the passengers to sit comfortably all throughout their journey.
When talking about the business class cabin, it is outfitted with 24 seats all set in a 2-2-2 configuration which signifies that the passengers occupying the window-seat would have no direct aisle access. Customers can enjoy a comfortable seating as the seats can be reclined to a fully flat bed.
In the economy section of A330-200 Airbus, travelers are fortunate to enjoy extra legroom. There are 48 seats in the Airbus with a pitch between 37 and 38 inches.
Ever since UK and China have signed an agreement to expand its weekly jetliners from 100 to 150, various Chinese airlines have also begun to introduce new routes to London. Air China, the national carrier of China is ready to launch its direct flights between Chengdu and London Gatwick on July 3.