Spring Airlines Expands International Flights from July 2016

Chinese low-cost carrier Spring Airlines during summer peak season is expanding service on a number of existing markets to Bangkok and Jeju, based on the airline’s schedule listing on its website. Planned increase as follow.

Lanzhou – Bangkok 05JUL16 – 29OCT16 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Nanchang – Bangkok
01JUL16 – 29OCT16 Increase from 3 to 4 weekly
Yinchuan – Bangkok 03JUL16 – 29OCT16 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Hangzhou – Jeju 30JUN16 – 30AUG16 Increase from 4 to 7 weekly
Shijiazhuang – Jeju 02JUL16 – 29OCT16 Increase from 7 to 10 weekly (Extra flights currently not available for reservation)

The low-cost carrier from 03JUL16 will also begin 3 weekly Yangzhou/Taizhou – Phuket flights, as well as following previously reported routes earlier this week:
eff 01JUL16 Dalian – Changzhou – Bangkok 4 weekly
eff 01JUL16 Ningbo – Bangkok 4 weekly
eff 07JUL16 Jinan – Bangkok 1 weekly


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