Chongqing’s West Air goes international

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West Air, a low-cost carrier based in Chongqing, will launch its first ever international flights to Singapore this month.

Commencing on 28 January, the airline will operate three weekly flights direct between the western Chinese metropolis and Singapore, using an all-economy Airbus A320 aircraft.

Services will depart Chongqing’s Jiangbei International Airport every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday at 2045, arriving at Singapore’s Changi Airport at 0145 the next morning. The return flight will then leave Singapore every Monday, Thursday and Friday at 0245, arriving back in Chongqing at 0715.

West Air, which is owned by China’s HNA Group, will compete with Singapore’s SilkAir on the route.
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