At the China-Singapore cooperation meeting held last week in Chongqing, West Air announced that it’s going to increase the frequency of flights from Chongqing to Singapore beginning May 27, 2016.
The meeting focused on the implications of mutual cooperation, evaluation indices, transportation logistics and finance, and emphasized and discussed the demands of rearranging currently separated logistics, the Internet, facilities and administration to improve overall performance with diversified solutions.
As the first airline to participate in the China-Singapore cooperation, West Air pledged to increase the number of weekly flights from Chongqing to Singapore to five – every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday — with a daily service set to commence from July 1.
West Air offers customers value-added transit services to a number of cities in China, and by booking a West Air transit ticket, customers can enjoy a free flight to onward destinations including Zhengzhou, Kunming, and Guilin.
For an additional RMB 100, travelers can fly on to Ningbo, Tianjin, Shijiazhuang, Fuzhou, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Quanzhou, Jinjiang, Shantou, Zhuhai, Sanya, Haikou, Wuhan, Hefei, Xi’an, Lijiang, Taiyuan, Changsha, Lanzhou, and Qingdao. And for an extra RMB 200, Korla, Urumqi, Ha’erbin, and Lhasa (prices do not include tax).
For the convenience of every customer, those whose transit time is or exceeds 72 hours can enjoy a complimentary one-day tour of the Yuzhong district of central Chongqing, in addition to one night’s accommodation (three-star hotel, standard room) and free airport pick-up. Free airport pick-up and a shorter day tour are also available for travelers with a transit time of seven hours or less.
For further details, please contact West Air customer service by calling 001 86 898 950716 or registering on the website cqa.cn. Please note free tours need to be arranged before 6 pm local time.