China Southern To Resume Bangkok & Dubai From Wuhan

China Southern To Resume Bangkok & Dubai From Wuhan
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It has been revealed that China Southern Airlines will resume services to Bangkok & Dubai from Wuhan, starting next month.

Within this, it means that there will be 10 more international weekly flights served from the Chinese city.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

China Southern to Serve Bangkok from Wuhan, But The Other Airport…

China Southern To Resume Bangkok & Dubai From Wuhan
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As per data from*, China Southern Airlines will serve Bangkok Don Mueang from Wuhan, using a Boeing 737-800 for this.


Services will operate on a daily basis, departing Wuhan at 2230 local and then arriving at the Bangkok-based airport at 0110 local time the next morning.

As for the return, this will depart at 0240, and then arrive back into Wuhan at 0700 local.

Don Mueang also replaced Suvarnabhumi, due to operational changes, with services beginning on July 6.

The Chinese City Will Also Get Dubai Flights…

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Wuhan will also be able to benefit from flights to Dubai with China Southern Airlines, with this due to start up again on July 1.

This will be the first time in three years that this route has been serviced by the carrier.

Utilizing their Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, the services will operate on a thrice-weekly basis on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

The flight will depart Wuhan at 1630 local, and arrive in Dubai at 2055. The return will then depart at 2300, arriving back into the Chinese city at 1100 local the next day.

Overall, this is good news for Wuhan as well as for China Southern as the international portfolio continues to expand on a post-COVID basis.

*Thanks to for the information that helped contribute to the article. AviationSource is not in partnership with the website and uses the information under the company’s fair use policy outlined at the bottom of its website.

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