Every winter, Haikou and Sanya become major travel destinations for Shijiazhuang travelers. For many passengers, however, finding tickets can be a problem, forcing travelers to detour to other airports to make the journey. But this year’s winter and spring season, getting to Hainan has never been more convenient. On October 31st, Shijiazhuang Airport implemented its winter flight schedule. There will be 42 flights per week to Haikou and Sanya, an average of about six flights a day. Hence, the sun, sand and sea at Hainan will be much more accessible for tourists this year. There are now also a number of opened routes to Ningbo, Wenzhou, Tianjin, Kunming, Chengdu, Guangzhou and other cities.
During the winter and spring quarter of 2010, Shijiazhuang Airport will open air traffic to an additional three cities: Wenzhou, Ningbo and Tianjin. It is also increasing flights to Haikou, Sanya and other popular tourist routes. The total navigable cities for Shijiazhuang Airport has reached 35, up 36% from previous years. It now covers 43 routes in total (increase of 115%) with 842 weekly flights.
More Flights, More Convenience
This winter season, inbound and outbound flights through Shijiazhuang Airport will total 842, an increase of 179%. Flights to major cities such as Shanghai, Chongqing, Hohhot and Guangzhou are all increased compared with previous years, giving Shijiazhuang tourists significantly increased convenience to travel to many key destinations.
Providing you book your ticket far enough in advance, China Spring Airlines is offering many discounted tickets. You can check out the China Spring Airlines website for more information about to what cities Shijiazhuang is offering discounts to and when.
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