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Hainan Airlines is China's fourth largest airline which operates an extensive Chinese domestic network from its base at Haikou Meilan International Airport. And it serves 500 dmestic and international routes which flies to more than 90 cities. It is one of the few completely public-owned airlines in China. Hainan Airlines is part of the HNA Group which also controlls Shanxi Airlines, China Xinhua and Chang'an Airlines.
Hainan Airlines flies to over 94 destinations. Most Hainan Airlines flights are for destinations in China but Hainan Airlines has international flights to several other countries as well, like for example United States and Thailand. From its main base in Beijing 4 flights depart every week. Many people who look for Hainan Airlines tickets look for flights to Shenzhen and Guangzhou.
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Hainan Airlines allows you to change your flight date or time and to cancel your flights. But there is a change fee which can be quite high depending on the route and fare type. With some flexibel, more expensive, fare types changes can be made for free.
Hainan does not charge a fee for a name change in case of a spelling error, but only if you have booked with them directly. If you have booked with a travel agent, the agent may charge you a fee.
Please contact 0066-26795086 atau 0066-26795087 (Bangkok area) and also at (668) 58107555 Phuket area.
More info please check https://www.hainanairlines.com/SG/GB/CTUS
Hainan was formed in 1989 as Hainan Province Airlines and was funded by the Hainan Government, staff and institutional shareholders. Hainan has spend billions of dollars on many new jet aircraft from Boeing and Airbus and already has a fleet more than 200 aircraft, the majority are Boeings 737-800 single-aisle, medium-range aircraft. Hainan Airlines is also a large operator of 787 Dreamliners.