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China Southern confirms further summer schedule changes

China Southern Airlines has confirmed plans to start five additional new services during the summer schedule, which begins on 30 March.

The carrier says it will begin thrice weekly Zhengzhou-Jeju and four times weekly Shenzhen-Phuket service on 30 March. This will be followed by Shenzhen-Jeju on 2 April and Changsha-Jeju on 1 May, which will both be operated twice weekly.

The launch of thrice weekly Guangzhou-Changsha-Frankfurt services will also take place on 20 June, while the resumption of twice weekly Changhsa-Phuket services will occur on 2 July.

Its Urumqi-Tehran service will increase from once to three times weekly on 25 March, while the once weekly Urumqi-Tashkent service will be upgaugued from Boeing 757-200s to 777-200s.

China Southern will also raise frequency on 10 services, beginning from 30 March.

The Dalian-Jeju service will be doubled to four times weekly, with the Nanning-Singapore service will also double to six times weekly. Its Zhengzhou-Seoul Incheon route will see a third weekly frequency added; Urumqi-Islamabad will go from three to five times weekly; and the Shenzhen-Denpasar service will go up from two to five times weekly.

The Dalian-Osaka Kansai service will have a fifth weekly frequency added on 30 March, before being raised to a daily service from 1 July. Its Guangzhou-Phuket services will also rise gradually from from three to six times weekly by 30 July.

On the Guangzhou-Denpasar route, frequencies will go from three to four times weekly on 28 April and to a daily service by 19 July. A third weekly frequency will be introduced on the Guangzhou-Fukuoka service on 30 June, while a fifth weekly Shenyang-Osaka Kansai service will be added on 15 July.

Capacity on the Guangzhou-New Delhi service will be downsized by changing the operating aircraft from a 757 to a 737-700, the airline adds.

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