The contract is signed. So it is true, you are finally coming to China. Have a look on this useful flight information and save lots of time before starting your adventure.
Chengdu´s growing prestige as one of the most important cities in China becomes more and more obvious by its increasing rate of non-stop flights by prestigious global airlines. Just these days British Airways started to have six non-stop connections between London Heathrow and Chengdu International airport. After Frankfurt and Amsterdam London is now the third European airport to host a direct connection to this booming city in Western China´s.
Soon, there will be non-stop flights from San Francisco and Vancouver. We´ll keep you updated on that as well.
Enclosed we gathered for more useful information about flight connections to all three InternChina cities as well as handy tools to search for cheap flights. So please scroll down to get your trip to China started.
Starting from May 2013, Air China offers a new Non-Stop flight from Frankfurt to Chengdu:
Starting from September 2013, British Airways offers a new non-stop flight from London Heathrow to Chengdu:
There are non-stop flights to Qingdao provided by Lufthansa.
The best way to come to Zhuhai is to book a flight to Hong Kong or Guangzhou.
From Hong Kong you can take the ferry directly to Zhuhai and from Guangzhou you can come either by buy or by fast train.
Non-stop flights to Hong Kong are provided by Lufthansa or Cathay Pacific.
You can buy the ferry ticket in Hong Kong airport before you catch your baggage and the airport will automatically transfer it to the ferry for you.
1 or more stops flights
If you could not find any non-stop flights have a look on the following Airlines. Usual stopovers are Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul.
Usually the cheapest way to get to the desired city is to book a flight to either Shanghai or Beijing and combine it with one of the cheap domestic flights. Have a look for the domestic flights on www.ctrip.com
If you need some help with planning your trip then visit STA Travel on their website or in one of their several agencies. They offer student tickets or under 26 age- tickets with lots of renowned airlines.
If you want to do it on your own than have a look on the websites of the airlines listed below for the best offers.
Application, Booking, China. It can be so easy.