China Southern Airlines
China Southern Airlines Co. Ltd. is a main air transportation business of China Southern Air Holding Company.
With flight operations based at Guangzhou's brand-new, award-winning Baiyun International Airport, China Southern Airlines' company logo can be seen around the globe with a brilliant red kapok delicately adoring a blue vertical tail fin.
China Southern Airlines has 13 branches located throughout China, including: Beijing, Dalian, Guangxi, Hainan, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Northern, Shenzhen, Xinjiang and Zhuhai Helicopter Company. Four holding subsidiaries are located in Guizhou, Shantou, Xiamen and Zhuhai with 21 domestic sales and ticket offices situated throughout China, including Hangzhou and Shanghai.
As China's largest airline, China Southern Airlines has 43 International offices located in major metropolitan markets around the world, including: Amsterdam, Los Angeles, Paris, Singapore, Seoul, Sharjah, Sydney and Tokyo.
China Southern Airlines operates the largest and most technologically advanced airline fleet --- as well as the most extensive domestic air network in The People's Republic of China.
Currently, China Southern Airlines operated more than 300 modern Boeing 777, 747, 757, 737 and Airbus A330, 321, 320, 319 and 300 jet aircraft serving more than 600 domestic and International routes with destinations to 142 cities throughout China, regionally and throughout the world, with 49.2 Million passengers carried in 2006 ---- forming an extensive network, with Guangzhou and Beijing as its hubs, covering all of China with convenient connections to Australia, Europe and the United States.
In 2006, China Southern Airlines carried 49.21 Million passengers, ranked as the largest airline in China for 28 consecutive years - based on annual passenger traffic volume. The airline is now firmly positioned as one of the world's Top 10 passenger airlines, the only carrier in mainland China so honored. As of the end of 2006, China Southern Airlines had achieved more than 3 Million safe flight hours and was honored the Three-Star Safety Award by the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China (CAAC) -- the current most prestigious award in safe flight operations in the Chinese aviation industry.
China Southern Airlines places the highest priority on safety and flight reliability.
The airline owns and operates its own independent pilot training centers for pilots and flight attendants. China Southern Airlines, with more than 3,300 comprehensively trained and experienced pilots, is the only Chinese carrier that has the independent capability of "building its pilots from the ground up" as it trains young aviators at its Western Australia Flying College in Perth --- then moves these graduates to advanced cadet training at its Zhuhai Flight Training Center, a joint venture with Montreal-based CAE Inc.
International Services Operated by Southern Airlines
|The United Arab Emirates
||United Arab Iran
|The Kingdom of Cambodia
|The Republic of Tajikistan
||Osaka, Oita, Okayama, Fukuoka, Fukushima , Kagoshima, Kumamoto, Kita Kyushu, Hiroshima, Hakodate, Hanamaki, Nagoya, Nagasaki, Niigata, Saga, Sapporo, Sendai, Tokyo, Toyama, Takamatsu|
|The Republic of Korea
||Cheju, Cheongju Seoul, Pusan, Kwangju|
|The Democratic People's Republic of Korea
|The Islamic Republic of Iran
|The Republic of India
||New Delhi, Mumbai|
|The Republic of Indonesia
|The Lao People's Democratic Republic
||Kuala Lumpur, Kuching, Kota Kinabaln, Penang|
|The Union of Myanmar
|The Kingdom of Nepal
|The Islamic Republic of Pakistan
|The Republic of the Philippines
|The Kingdom of Thailand
||Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Phuket, Siem Reap|
|The Republic of Uzbekistan
|The Socialist Republic of Vietnam
||Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City|
Note: China Southern Airlines operates scheduled flights to Hong Kong and Macau.
|The United States of America
||Atlanta, Boston, Cincinnati, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford, Honolulu, Losvegas, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Salt Lake City, Saipan (belongs to America, but locates in Asia)|
|The Republic of France
|The Kingdom of the Netherlands
|The Russia Federation
||Khabarovsk, Irkutsk, Moscow, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok|
|The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
||The United Kingdom (UK)
Consulting hotline: +86-20-86130873
Ticket hotline: 950333
Website: http://www.cs-air.com/en/ (both English and Chinese versions)
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