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Saudia and China Southern Airlines sign new codeshare agreement

Posted 3 May 2017 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) has entered into a codeshare agreement with China Southern Airlines.

Saudia is the only airline flying daily non-stop between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the PRC, flying its Boeing 777 between Jeddah and Guangzhou (CAN) – the hub of China Southern Airlines.

Both Saudia and China Southern Airlines are members of the Skyteam alliance.

The new agreement now enables guests travelling with Saudia to Guangzhou (CAN) to connect onwards to the cities of Beijing (PEK), Shanghai (PVG) and Wuhan (WUH).

Passengers flying with China Southern Airlines (CZ) will be able to access the Saudia network from Guangzhou (CAN) and transiting through DXB.

Director General of Saudi Arabian Airlines, Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser said: “With this new partnership, guests flying with Saudia and China Southern Airlines will have additional flexibility and convenience when connecting from long-haul flights to select domestic routes in Saudi Arabia and China.  We look forward to welcoming all of our guests on-board.”

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