More travellers can now visit Guilin and Nanning, as Tigerair launched its first direct flights to these two southern Chinese cities from November.
The twice-weekly flights to Nanning will commence 1 November, with the once-weekly flight to Guilin from 15 November.
The direct flights will take under four hours, and aims to provide greater accessibility and convenience for passengers.
In addition, passengers from China can also connect via Singapore’s Changi Airport onto other regional destinations in Tigerair’s network.
“We are very pleased to be launching our first direct flights to Guilin and Nanning from this November, Tigerair managing director and chief operating officer Ho Yuen Sang said.
“Currently Singaporeans make up the seventh largest group of tourists to Guilin and with the added convenience of a direct flight from Singapore; we hope more Singaporeans will opt to visit Guilin and Nanning in the coming months.”
Tickets to both Guilin and Nanning are now available.