The two sides of the Taiwan Strait that Taiwanese businessmen are most concerned aboutrouteChina Spring Airlines announced on the 21st that it will resume the Shanghai-Kaohsiung route every Wednesday and Friday from January 10 next year.
Ding Yanjun, general manager of Spring Airlines Taiwan branch, said Spring Airlines is working hard to restore direct flights across the Taiwan Strait. Kaohsiung is a very important destination for Spring Airlines in Taiwan.pandemicShanghai-Kaohsiung flight has resumed after three years. Spring Airlines is willing to cooperate with Taiwanese operators for win-win results, actively expand the market, and provide consumers with more travel choices.
According to the official website of Spring Airlines, the January flight schedule for the Shanghai-Kaohsiung route has resumed on the 10th. The February flight schedule is also every Wednesday and Friday, taking off and departing from Shanghai Pudong Airport at 9:10 am. Shanghai Pudong Airport at 12:25 pm. The return journey from Kaohsiung is expected to take 2 hours 15 minutes.
The routes are now on sale on the Spring Airlines APP and mini-programs. The one-way fare for a flight from Shanghai to Kaohsiung on January 10 is HK$550 (about NT$2,246), and the one-way fare for a flight from Kaohsiung to Shanghai on the same day is HK$220 (about NT$898).
Spring Airlines’ Shanghai-Taipei route restarted on January 15 this year.
Spring Airlines first launched direct cross-strait flights from Shanghai to Kaohsiung on October 27, 2013, and then opened a direct route from Shanghai to Taipei on December 1 of the same year. It was the first time that a mainland private airline had been allowed to fly regularly since cross-strait flights were regularized in 2009. Operates cross-strait routes.
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