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Xiamen Air boosts SE Asia connectivity

5 Nov 2014 by Clement Huang

Xiamen Air, known to provide some of the best overall customer experiences among mainland carriers, is increasing capacity on three key routes connecting its home province Fujian with Bangkok and Singapore.

From February 8 to March 10, frequency on the Fuzhou – Singapore route will be increased from twice to thrice-daily with an addition of a red eye service departing the coastal town 2220 to arrive in Singapore at 0255.

From October 26, frequency on the Xiamen – Bangkok route was upped from seven to ten-weekly. From December 1, this will be further increased to 14-weekly services.

From February 14 to March 6, the Xiamen – Singapore route will see three daily flights instead of two.

All services will be operated by single-aisle B737-800 aircraft.

In other news, SkyTeam-member Xiamen Air has recently received its second B787 Dreamliner and plans to use the fuel-efficient long-haul jet for network expansion to Europe (a market it currently does not serve).

For more information, visit xiamenair.com

Dominic Sebastian Lalk

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