China's Xiamen Airlines plans to launch a daily Changsha-Haikou service on 18 January 2013.
The airline also launched new domestic services on 28 October, as part of its winter schedule.
It now operates daily Fuzhou-Hangzhou-Taiyuan, Fuzhou-Qingdao-Changchun, Fuzhou-Changsha-Chongqing, Fuzhou-Wuhan-Lanzhou and Fuzhou-Xian services, says the airline.
It also launched daily Quanzhou-Nanjing-Shenyang, Hangzhou-Xiamen-Zhuhai, and Nanchang-Xian-Urumqi services.
In addition, Xiamen Airlines has raised the frequencies of some of its domestic and international services.
The carrier has increased the frequency of both its Quanzhou-Guangzhou and Fuzhou-Xian-Yinchuan services to daily, and raised the frequency of its Quanzhou-Shenzhen service from four to 10 times weekly.
The airline added a daily flight on its Changsha-Xiamen service, increasing the frequency to 11 times weekly.
It has also added two weekly flights on its Fuzhou-Xiamen-Kuala Lumpur and Xiamen-Seoul services, increasing their frequencies to six times weekly and five times weekly respectively, adds Xiamen Airlines.
Data from Flightglobal Pro show that Xiamen Airlines operates six Boeing 757-200s, and 77 Boeing 737-700s and -800s.