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Cheap SZ-Shanghai Flights from Sunday

Date Posted:2010-03-24   Author:    Source:Original site
Spring Airlines, a budget airline company, will launch a Shenzhen-Shanghai night flight from Sunday with the lowest airfare priced at only 99 yuan (US$15).
 
The Shenzhen-Shanghai round-trip flight will run once a day at first. Flights from Shanghai to Shenzhen will depart at 7:50 p.m. arriving at 9:50 p.m. while the return flight to Shanghai departs at 10:40 p.m. arriving in Shanghai at 12:40 a.m.
 
Special discount fares of 99 yuan, 199 yuan and 299 yuan (excluding airport and fuel surcharges) will apply to 30 percent of the 180 economy-class seats. The same type of aircraft, the A320, operated by normal airlines has only 156 economy-class seats.
 
There will be no complimentary in-flight meals or drinks. Passengers can purchase meals on board at prices similar to those sold at airport shops. Passengers will be allowed 15 kilograms of luggage free of charge and excess baggage will be charged the equivalent of 1.5 percent of an economy-class ticket per kilogram.
 
To keep operating costs down, Spring is selling tickets mainly online. Intending passengers can book and pay for the fares online at www.china-sss.com.
 
According to the airline, 60 to 70 percent of the tickets for the first flight were sold on the first day sales started. (Tina Chen)