Sichuan Airlines has outlined its winter schedule plans, which begins on 27 October, with the launch of 12 new services.
The carrier will begin twice weekly Chengdu-Qianjiang, and four times weekly Xian-Lijiang, Chongqing-Xishuangbanna, Lanzhou-Chongqing-Kunming, and Shenyang-Ningbo-Sanya services.
This will be followed by daily Kunming-Qingdao, Beijing-Chongqing-Panzhihua, Hangzhou-Chongqing, Haikou-Hangzhou and Haikou-Chongqing-Xian services.
These 10 services will begin on 27 October, it says.
Meanwhile, the thrice weekly Xian-Xiamen and daily Beijing-Zhongwei-Haikou services will begin on 29 October and 1 December respectively.
The airline will also raise its Chengdu-Xishuangbanna, Chengdu-Guiyang-Quanzhou, Chengdu-Mangshi, Chengdu-Panzhihua services to daily, and increase services on the Xian-Yulin route to twice daily.
Sichuan Airlines will resume daily Kunming-Chengdu-Xining, Sanya-Nanjing, Changzhou-Zhuhai-Haikou and Kunming-Chongqing-Urumqi services on 27 October, while the thrice weekly Chongqing-Xiamen and Harbin-Taiyuan-Sanya services are to resume on 29 October, it adds.