Air China starts Yinchuan-Chongqing-Nha Trang service


On July 15, 2016, Air China Limited (hereafter referred to as Air China) started the Yinchuan-Chongqing-Nha Trang service. As Air China’s second airline connecting China and Vietnam (after the Beijing-Ho Chi Minh City service), this daily service will serve as a new choice for western China travelers wanting to visit Vietnam.

Previously, to go to Nha Trang, Chinese tourists had to transfer in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City. So, naturally, the Yinchuan-Chongqing-Nha Trang service is set to facilitate many Chinese tourists’ travel, especially holiday-goers with families.

In support of the launch of this service, Air China has released a series of special offers. Passengers who have booked, through or Air China offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Nah Trang-Chongqing round-trip tickets with a flight date within the period from July 15 to July 21, 2016, are entitled to a special offer of USD 29/299 for Economy/Business Class. (All prices do not include taxes.)

In 2016, Air China is continuing to expand its airline network with Beijing as its hub, and also promoting its intercontinental airlines in major regional cities. The launch of the Yinchuan-Chongqing-Nha Trang service indicates Air China’s further presence in Southeast Asia and its continuous optimization of the airline network in western China. In the first half of this year, Air China opened a series of services, including: Chongqing-Dubai, Shenzhen-Beijing-Los Angeles, Shenzhen-Frankfurt, Wenzhou-Seoul, and Hangzhou-Surat Thani. What’s more, Air China will start its Shanghai-San Jose service in the second half of this year. So far, Air China has 15 destinations in Southeast Asia, such as Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Colombo, Bangkok and Chiang Mai, with airline networks covering 11 countries.