|Top route||Shenzhen to Beijing Daxing Intl|
|Top airport||Guangzhou Baiyun|
Cons: On time!
Pros: Nothing comes to mind
Pros: Nothing stands out
Cons: Uncomfortably warm
Pros: The cabin crews professional, kind, and helpful attitude all the time during the flight.
Cons: 1- The boarding, was very late as well as the departure. 2- The captain’s departing and landing technique, I had a feeling the plane was going to dismantle due to his harsh landing!. 3- The food’s quality.
Cons: Baggage Claim
Pros: Yes, seats were very comfortable and crew members were extremely helpful
Cons: Everything was excellent.
Cons: Everything was excellent
Cons: No wifi otherwise was great
Pros: see SH to GZ prior flight. The same.
Cons: Same problems. Get KFC or McDonalds to cater. No one enjoys the airline's food which I suspect is prepared on a very small budget. Even a sandwich with a pre-packaged drink would elevate the foodservice.
Pros: No..no redeeming features..
Cons: Coffee was the worst I've ever had. The 2+1 powdered mil and coffee stick. Truly awful. But i suppose there aren't many people on the flight who would order coffee..I would even pay extra for a coffee if they had a quality option. Food is comparable to a school canteen. I would probably pay 20rmb for this in Shanghai. Frozen butter for the half-frozen bread. They really couldn't do worse...
Cons: Cancellation of Shenyang-Guangzhou flight on the same day was not notified in advance. I had to postpone the trip. I hope that this situation will be notified by phone next time. No matter what country's phone number is
Cons: Seats, crew, food.
Cons: Seats, crew, food.
Cons: Flight was cancelled and no one new what to do. Took me 48 hours to get home
Cons: Delay 2hours
Cons: Better food choices for Business Class passengers
Pros: Seat was great. Bedding good.
Cons: Meal service was rushed with all courses being delivered literally one after the other.
Cons: MORE water
Pros: Seat was great.
Cons: Food courses should be delivered slower. It’s a race to see how fast all the courses can be piled on to you .
Pros: Fast flight. Small layover
Cons: Entertainment system was broken, so no movies ☹️
Cons: food, though i liked breakfast (dim sum and fruits including guava)
Pros: The food was great--and a customer service agent helped me make a short transfer, walking me from gate to gate.
Cons: I was not able to check in on line the night before, which made me anxious.
Pros: Seat was comfortable and it was a huge plane there was little delay on order such as water or any thing.
Cons: Service inside the plane by the crew members!!
Cons: Flown business class 4 times with China southern. But their beds never lay completely flat. Always have a hump in the middle so I raise the back a bit to compensate
Pros: The dreamliner from JFK to China was a real pleasure the plane and crew were excellent food not really to my liking but ok,
Pros: Trip from JFK to Wuhan was a pleasure unfortunately flying to China has great problems if you are Transit passenger as Iowa's continuing to Bangkok Bangkok
Based in Guangzhou, China Southern Airlines serves as an integral link between Asia and the rest of the world. On average, more than 2,000 flights are operated each day that reach destinations in Asia, Oceania, Europe, North America, and the Middle East. In addition to more than 115 locations connected within China, services are available to over 35 countries, such as Australia, Japan, Vietnam, the United States, and Russia. A hub in Beijing is responsible for the majority of international departures, while supplementary hubs in Chongqing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Ürümqi assist in domestic operations.
Codeshare agreements are held with several airlines, including American Airlines, Emirates, Lufthansa, British Airways, Etihad Airways, WestJet, and Iberia. China Southern Airlines has more than 30 codeshare partnerships, creating an expansive network of connected flights.
Depending on the aircraft in service, passengers can choose between Economy, Premium Economy, Business Class, and First Class. Seats have roughly between 29 in and 31 in of legroom in the Economy section, while Premium Economy offers the ability to recline your seat. Business Class seats lower to a flatbed on wide-body planes and provide noise-cancelling headphones for a quiet flight. Customers are treated to absolute luxury in First Class, with privacy maximizing suites that have mood lighting.
Airbus and Boeing aircraft make up China Southern Airline’s fleet. Models such as the Airbus 320-200 and Boeing 737-800 are some of the most commonly flown. A group of Airbus A380-800 are also part of the fleet and are capable of transporting 506 passengers. The tails of the aircraft are decorated with an image of a kapok flower.