Xi’an Reopens Passenger Flights to Sydney, Boosting Tourism
XI’AN, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) — Xi’an, the renowned capital of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, has officially reopened its international passenger flights to Sydney, Australia. This significant development marks a crucial step towards revitalizing the tourism industry in both cities.
The operation of these flights is being handled by China Eastern Airlines, utilizing their state-of-the-art Airbus A330 widebody aircraft. Commencing from this week, the flights will operate every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, providing a convenient and efficient travel option for travelers in both directions.
The first leg of this new route departs from Xi’an, with a brief stopover at Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province. From there, it continues its journey to Sydney, granting passengers a seamless and hassle-free travel experience.
Notably, this is not the first time China Eastern Airlines has connected Xi’an with Sydney. Last year, the airline successfully launched the Xi’an-Sydney route, attesting to the growing demand for international travel from both cities.
Currently, China Eastern Airlines has restored services on five international routes from Xi’an Xianyang International Airport, linking the city to a global network of destinations including Singapore, Tokyo, Phuket, Moscow, and Sydney. Moreover, plans are underway to resume direct flights from Xi’an to Dubai on August 30, further strengthening Xi’an’s connectivity to the Middle East.
This latest development not only enhances Xi’an’s status as a popular tourist destination, but also contributes to the economic growth of both regions. The resumption of these flights will undoubtedly stimulate the travel industry, attracting more visitors and boosting trade and cultural exchanges between Xi’an and Sydney.
XI’AN, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) — Xi’an, a well-known tourist destination and capital of northwest China’s Shaanxi province, opened on Wednesday. Back to open passenger flights to Sydney, Australia. Operated by China Eastern Airlines, the flight first landed in Wuhan. The capital of Hubei Province in Central China It is scheduled to operate every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with Airbus A330 widebody aircraft. Return journeys are scheduled to operate every Monday, Thursday and Saturday. China Eastern Airlines launched its first route from Xi’an to Sydney last year. 2017 Currently, the airline resumed service on five international routes from Xi’an Xianyang International Airport to Singapore, Tokyo, Phuket, Moscow and Sydney, and plans to resume direct flights from Xi’an to Dubai on August 30.
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