Wuxi Enhances International/Regional Links from late-April 2016

China’s Sunan Shuofang International Airport (Wuxi) continues to enhance its international and regional network in April and May 2016, as it receives new operations from Korea’s Jin Air, as well as Taiwan’s Mandarin Airlines and UNI Air. Planned new service launch as follow.

eff 29APR16 Taichung – Wuxi Mandarin Airlines to operate 2 weekly flights with Embraer E190
AE7221 RMQ1620 – 1825WUX E90 57
AE7222 WUX1920 – 2125RMQ E90 57

eff 30APR16 Busan – Wuxi Jin Air to operate 3 weekly flights with 737-800
LJ181 PUS1405 – 1445WUX 738 6
LJ181 PUS1430 – 1510WUX 738 4
LJ181 PUS1535 – 1615WUX 738 2

LJ182 WUX1600 – 1835PUS 738 6
LJ182 WUX1630 – 1905PUS 738 4
LJ182 WUX1725 – 2000PUS 738 2

eff 02MAY16 Taichung – Wuxi UNI Air to operate 2 weekly flights with EVA Air A321
B72596 RMQ0830 – 1050WUX 321 1
B72596 RMQ1535 – 1755WUX 321 5

B72595 WUX1200 – 1410RMQ 321 1
B72595 WUX1855 – 2105RMQ 321 5

Previously reported on Airline Route, the airport will also welcome the launch of tigerair’s 4 weekly Singapore – Wuxi service from 28APR16, and resumption of Shenzhen Airlines’ 4 weekly Wuxi – Tokyo Narita from 02MAY16.


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