China Southern Airlines News

China Southern Airlines places latest Airbus A350-900 order

China Southern Airlines places latest Airbus A350-900 order

1 May 2017 Airline News

China Southern Airlines has signed a purchase agreement with Airbus for 20 A350-900s, becoming the latest customer for the aircraft. China Southern Airlines now operates one of the largest Airbus fleet in the world with more than 300 Airbus aircraft in service, comprising the A320 Family, the A330 Family and five A380s.

Travelport signs expanded contract with China Southern Airlines

Travelport signs expanded contract with China Southern Airlines

Travelport has signed a new agreement with China Southern Airlines which will see the largest carrier in China utilise Travelport Digital Media Solutions for the fourth consecutive year, further building on the long-standing partnership between the two companies. China Southern Airlines already distributes its content via Travelport’s innovative travel commerce platform as well as leverages Travelport’s leading merchandising solution, Rich Content & Branding, to enhance how their product offering is effectively displayed to travel agents.

China Southern Airlines places $3.2bn Dreamliner order with Boeing

China Southern Airlines places $3.2bn Dreamliner order with Boeing

Boeing and China Southern Airlines today finalised an order of 12 787-9 Dreamliners, valued at $3.2 billion at current list prices. The new order strengthens China Southern’s expanding long-haul fleet. “The 787 Dreamliners have helped us to achieve initial success in implementing our internationalisation strategy in the past few years and enabled us to make our operation and services more appealing to passengers,” said Tan Wangeng, chief executive, China Southern Airlines.

Virgin America signs codeshare with China Southern Airlines

Virgin America signs codeshare with China Southern Airlines

31 December 2015 Airline News

Virgin America and China Southern Airlines announce a codeshare agreement to offer seamless booking and travel between China, Southeast Asia and multiple Virgin America destinations across the United States. Under the new agreement, China Southern will place its two-digit airline code and flight numbers on a range of Virgin America routes operating from Los Angeles and San Francisco.