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Boasting a modern fleet of 460 aircraft that fly to over 190 destinations across the globe, China Southern Airlines transported over 85 million passengers in 2012, making it the largest carrier in Asia and the third-largest in the world.


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stablished in 1988, China Southern Airlines operates the largest fleet and most extensive route network of any airline in the People’s Republic of China.


China Southern’s headquarters are located in the Guangdong Province


in southern China, with its main airport hubs located in Guangzhou, Beijing and Urumqi. The airline is also a member of the prestigious SkyTeam global alliance and was awarded 4-Star status by SKYTRAX in 2011.


SkyTeam Alliance China Southern Airlines is part of the SkyTeam Alliance, which is made up of 19 member airlines from around the world, including Delta, Air France, Alitalia and KLM. With over 15,000 daily flights to 1,000 destinations in 187 countries,


the comprehensive SkyTeam airline network offers both business and leisure travellers ultimate choice and flexibility when booking their next trip. It also means that as a passenger of China Southern, you enjoy


convenient ticketing, seamless transfers and a relaxing travel experience with a truly global airline network.


The Guangzhou story China Southern Airlines is based in Guangzhou – China’s third-largest city with a population of over 12 million people and the capital of Guangdong Province. Guangzhou is considered the gateway to southern China. It’s a bustling and vibrant city from where residents and visitors alike can easily access the rest of the country and wider region. Formerly known as Canton, Guangzhou is located on the Pearl River


approximately 120km northwest of Hong Kong. Due to its proximity to Hong Kong, Macau and major shipping routes throughout Asia, the city has enjoyed a reputation as one of the world’s great trading ports over many centuries. Traders and merchants from Europe, India and the Middle East


have left their mark on the region in one way or another, contributing to Guangzhou’s rich and fascinating history. To this day, the city remains an economic powerhouse, serving as


the main commercial, manufacturing, transportation and cultural hub of southern China.


Why choose China Southern Airlines?


Ö Canton route – Fly China Southern’s Canton Route to the world; via Canton, the gateway to China.


Ö Peace of mind – More people choose to fly with China Southern than any other Asian airline. We welcomed over 85 million passengers in 2012, making us the third-largest carrier in the world.


Ö Service – Whether it’s ease of booking, warm and friendly customer care or smooth transfers to partner airlines, China Southern prides itself on delivering exceptional service standards at all times.


Ö Comfort – China Southern operates one of the world’s youngest airline fleets, meaning that you enjoy all the luxuries and comforts that come with flying on a modern, well-equipped aircraft.


Ö Support – China Southern has support offices across the globe, which means we’re only a phone call away regardless of where you’re located in the world.


Ö Value – We offer highly competitive fares across all our travel classes, plus our Sky Pearl Club Frequent Flyer Program rewards you every time you fly with us.


Ö Choice – Flying to 190 destinations in 34 countries from our main hubs in Guangzhou and Beijing, China Southern offers you unrivalled choice, convenience and flexibility.


Ö Reputation – China Southern was awarded 4-Star status by SKYTRAX in 2011 and is a member of the SkyTeam Alliance, which includes airlines such as Delta, Air France and KLM.


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