Thursday, June 6, 2013

China Southern Welcomes A380 with Introductory Savings



China Southern Airlines is celebrating the arrival in Australia of its A380 with attractive introductory savings across three classes on flights to China’s largest cities.

On sale now for a limited time for flights from October 28, 2013, travellers will be able to fly from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth to Guangzhou, Beijing and Shanghai from $2380* in Business Class and $3800* in First Class.

Return economy fares from all ports are priced from $720**, or just $380 before taxes.

“These A380 welcome fares are the best we have ever offered to China because we want to celebrate the introduction of the superjumbo when it starts into Sydney on October 28,” said China Southern Airlines Regional General Manager Australia/New Zealand Henry He.

“While at this time the A380 will only be on the Guangzhou-Sydney run we are welcoming its arrival by applying the same introductory fares to all our Australian ports - Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth as well as Sydney.”

Mr He said that when the A380 service starts on October 28, all of China Southern Airlines’ Australian ports will be serviced by the very latest Airbus aircraft – the A380 Superjumbo in Sydney and brand new A330-200/300 airliners all offering fully flat seats in Business and personal televisions throughout.

“Our fleet is ultra-modern and our fares are ultra-competitive, and I invite all Australians to check out our Canton Route fares to the rest of the world as well as to China.”

For more information see a local travel agent, call 1300 889 628 during AEDST/AEST business hours or visit facebook.com/ChinaSouthernAU or twitter.com/ChinaSouthernAU 

*Fares are subject to conditions and availability, on sale now until June 12, 2013, and valid for travel from October 28, 2013 to January 31, 2014. Prices include taxes correct at date of release.

 **Fares are subject to conditions and availability, on sale now until June 4, 2013, and valid for travel from October 28 to December 7, 2013. Taxes correct at date of release. 


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