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26-Aug-2013 4:24 PM

Spring Airlines suspends all Hong Kong-China services, with the exception of Shanghai

Spring Airlines has stopped selling all Hong Kong-China services, with the exception of Shanghai, on its website. The carrier plans to suspend four routes between China and Hong Kong from late Sep-2013, as per a 26-Aug-2013 GDS timetable and inventory display - see Route Changes Table for more information. From 22/23-Sep-2013, the carrier will suspend service from Chongqing, Hanzhou, Nanjing, Xiamen as follows:

  • Chongqing–Hong Kong: Three times weekly service suspended from 23-Sep-2013; 
  • Hangzhou–Hong Kong: Daily service suspended from 23-Sep-2013; 
  • Nanjing–Hong Kong: Four times weekly service suspended from 22-Sep-2013;  
  • Xiamen–Hong Kong: Daily service suspended from 23-Sep-2013.  

All four of the above routes were launched in Dec-2012.

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