Xiamen Airlines Joins SkyTeam

By Jesse Sokolow on 21 November 2012
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Xiamen 737-800 in new livery

Xiamen Airlines has joined SkyTeam, a global airline alliance. The Chinese airline is the 19th member to join the alliance, and the fourth from the greater China region.

Xiamen Airlines has begun rolling out SkyPriority, SkyTeam’s priority airport services for SkyTeam Elite Plus, first, and business class passengers.  Xiamen Airlines customers will also be able to earn and redeem miles on services operated by other SkyTeam member airlines.

Xiamen Airlines is China’s sixth largest carrier, and adds three hubs to the SkyTeam alliance: Xiamen, Fuzhou, and Hangzhou.  SkyTeam passengers traveling to China on Xiamen Airlines flights will be part of SkyTeam’s Go Round the World and Go Greater China Passes, which allow more flexible and cost-effective options.

Accura News

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