SilkAir Flies to Fuzhou

SilkAir has recently added Fuzhou to its destinations, further expanding its route network in China. The brand new service will be served four times a week with the Boeing 737-800, which comprises Business and Economy Class cabins. Flights are scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, with same-day return. “We are delighted to launch our new flight route to Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian province. We hope that this would open up exciting opportunities for travelers between Fuzhou and Singapore, and also beyond these two major gateways,” said SilkAir’s chief executive Foo Chai Woo. Places of interest in the Fujian province capital include West Lake Park, Three Lanes and Seven Alleys, Pingtan Island, and Xichan Temple.

With this launch, the airline’s network now spans 52 destinations in 14 countries. Passengers on board the inaugural flight were treated to exclusive gifts and certificates signed by the captain and chief executive as a means of celebration. SilkAir is also offering a sweet deal from now until 31 March, 2017: Fuzhou travelers catching another SilkAir or Singapore Airlines flight from Changi Airport can enjoy an airport voucher valued at S$40.

For more information, visit SilkAir.

Share this Article

Related Posts

China Allows International Flights to Beijing

Authorities are cautiously reopening the Chinese capital’s airports to passenger services from abr...

SIA Updates List of Approved Cities for Transits at Changi

Athens, Kota Kinabalu, and Manado are being added as Scoot resumes flights to all three destinations...

Singapore Airlines and SilkAir to Merge Next Year

SIA’s newly repainted Boeing 737-800s will take to the skies in the first few months of 2021.

SIA to Roll Out New Economy-Class Meals on Short-Haul Flights

Popular Singaporean favorites like laksa and mee siam will be available from December on a rotationa...

Introducing Conrad Jiuzhaigou

The newly minted Chinese mountain-side resort has a contemporary design that borrows elements from t...

St. Regis Debuts High-Rise Hotel in Qingdao

The ultra-luxe brand’s twelfth property within Greater China offers more than just jaw-dropping vi...