Air China will launch a new direct route between Hangzhou and Nha Trang on February 1, 2018, and between Chengdu and Bangkok on February 12, 2018.
With Air China, passengers no longer need waste time transferring between flights on their way to the sunny shores of Southeast Asia.
In recent years, Air China has worked to expand its global route network based around its hub in Beijing. At the same time, the airline also places importance on providing international routes to important regional cities. Air China has successively launched routes between Hangzhou and Bangkok, Tianjin and Bangkok, Chongqing and Nha Trang, and Shanghai Pudong and Bangkok. This has provided Chinese passengers with new routes and more choices for their travel to Southeast Asia. The two new flights between Hangzhou and Nha Trang, and Chengdu and Bangkok will also help expand the routes available in eastern and southwestern China.
At present, Air China’s Hangzhou base offers connections to 30 domestic airports, as well as multiple regional and international destinations including Seoul, Taipei, Bangkok and Surat Thani. Air China also operates over 70 routes from Chengdu. The network covers a number of overseas destinations in Asia, Europe and Oceania, including Frankfurt, Sydney, Paris, and Osaka. As a member of the Star Alliance network, Air China offers convenient routes to 1,330 airports in 192 countries.