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Who is China Southern Airlines affiliated with?
China Southern Airlines is a part of SkyTeam, one of the three major airline alliances in the world. Other affiliated airlines within the SkyTeam alliance include Delta Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, Aeromexico, and Korean Air. This means China Southern is able to provide more flight routes and more chances to earn and redeem mileage points and rewards.
When can I check in to China Southern Airlines?
Checking in online allows you to get a head start: You can check in starting at 3pm the day before your flight. Prefer to check in at the airport? You should arrive at least two to three hours before your departure time for international flights. If you have questions, Wotif customer service can help you check in and more.
Does China Southern Airlines have Wi-Fi?
Yes, China Southern provides free Wi-Fi on many of its flights. You can connect to the internet by selecting “csair” as your network and verifying your information through your browser. While Wi-Fi hasn’t been rolled out on some flights, you can rest assured you’ll have it on many Australian routes, including flights originating in Guangzhou and heading to or from Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide, as well as Auckland and Christchurch.
Where is China Southern Airlines based?
China Southern is based in Guangzhou, China, a major city just northwest of Hong Kong. It’s the largest airline based in China, with more than 200 destinations and 3,000 daily flights. Thanks to China Southern, Guangzhou is a major gateway into China for travellers coming from Australia and New Zealand. Whether your destination is Hong Kong or beyond, Guangzhou is where your adventure begins.
Does China Southern have premium economy?
Yes, you can book premium economy on most China Southern flights. The available categories are economy, premium economy, business class, and first class. The upgrade from economy to premium economy gives you more leg room and wider seats, the ability to recline your seat more, plus a warm blanket and pillow. If you’ve got a long flight ahead of you, these perks make all the difference.