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China Southern inks new code-share pact with Malyasia Airlines

China Southern Airlines announced a new code share pact with Malaysia Airline System Bhd (MAS). In making the announcement, China Southern Airlines’ Chairman Liu Shaoyong said, “Starting from 27 November 2007, customers of China Southern Airlines and Malaysia Airlines have been enjoying 35 weekly flights between Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing. These seamless connections between the two parties air network enable ChinaSouthern Airlines’ customers flying into Kuala Lumpur to connect to all domestic points served by Malaysia Airlines.”

Mr. Liu added that, “at the same time, Malaysia Airlines’ customers can travel on China Southern flights to more than 90 destinations in China from Guangzhou and 38 from Beijing.

This close cooperation has opens new opportunities in the code-share arrangement between China and Malaysia. We firmly believe that such a strategic partnership will offer travelers more choices and seamless destinations served by the two airlines, further strengthening the two parties’ presence both in China and Malaysia and tapping feeder traffic from the domestic routes of the respective countries.”

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