Shandong Airlines, a full-service carrier partly owned by Air China, will add extra flights to Bangkok from its Qingdao and Jinan in Shandong province from 27 June.
With the increased flights, the carrier will offer daily flights to Bangkok from the two Chinese cities. The carrier will operate another three weekly flights to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport from Jinan.
The extra flights from Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport run on every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. On the rest four days of the week, Shandong Airlines will add four times weekly flights to Bangkok from Qingdao Liuting International Airport. Flights are operated using its two-class Boeing 737-800 jet.
In addition, Shandong Airlines will launch a new daily flight between the Japanese city of Osaka and Urumqi, the capital of northwestern China’s Xinjiang region, via Qingdao. Fights will also operate using a Boeing 737-800 jet.