Flights to Guiyang from London with Tianjin Airlines
✈ London Gatwick | LGW to Guiyang | KWE
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Promotional return fares between London Gatwick to Guiyang from £342*. Fares are available on flights on 25 and 29 June.
Flights from 2 July onwards, flights from London to Guiyang are £514 per person. Please call 01293 660556 to book via our reservations team.
Tianjin Airlines operate flights every Wednesday and Saturday from London on a A330-200 aircraft.
Comfortable seating in Economy Class
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Information about Tianjin Airlines service
The Chinese carrier, Tianjin Airlines, has announced plans to operate flights from the UK and fly from London to Guiyang. From June 25th 2016, Tianjin Airlines will operate this route on an Airbus A330 departing from London Gatwick twice weekly, travelling first to Chongqing and then onto China's fourth largest city, Tianjin. This route will complement Tianjin Airlines' existing network connecting over 100 cities across China.
Tianjin Airlines' flight from London Gatwick to Guiyang takes 31 hours and 20 minutes and stops in Tianjin. The flight departs from London Gatwick on GS 7966 and arrives in Tianjin at 22:35 the following day. The flight on GS 7929 from Tianjin to Guiyang takes 4 hours and 50 minutes and leaves Tianjin at 07:55 and arrives in Guiyang at 12:45.
Tianjin Airlines has also launching a new service to Phuket starting in May 2016. This service will operate daily from Tianjin - Chongqing - Phuket route. The airline will operate this route with Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline plans to add a further 10 Airbuses to its fleet over the next four years to service more routes to international destinations including Sydney, Melbourne, L.A., San Francisco, Irkutsk, Ulaanbaatar and a number of European locations.
Flights from London to Guiyang
✈ Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport | KWE
Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport is an airport serving Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou Province in southwestern China. Guiyang Airport was opened in 1997 and located 11 km southwest from Guiyang's city center. Guiyang Airport is an important hub in Southern China and the 45-meter wide runway can handle Boeing 747, Airbus A330 widebodied aircraft.
Guiyang International Airport handled 12.53 million passengers in 2014 which 22nd busiest airport in China.
Travelling from and to Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport
◦ Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport is home to many airlines including Air China, Beijing Capital Airlines, Chengdu Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Express Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Fuzhou Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Hebei Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Jetstar Asia Airways and many others.
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Information about Guiyang
Guiyang is the capital of Guizhou province of Southwest China and is located in the centre of the province. Surrounded by mountains and forests, Guiyang has a great environment and is a popular summer resort city in China. Guiyang is renowned for its colourful culture and is represented by its various ethnic groups and its special landform - Karst.
A landmark of Guiyang is Jiaxiu Tower and is situated on Fuyu Bridge over the Nanming River. Jiaxiu Tower is a three-storey tower rising 20 meters (66 feet) high. Green tiles, red pillars, engraved windows and white stone parapets make the tower superb and striking. Ascending the tower you can get a good view of the surrounding city scenery. Most impressive is the night scene of the tower. Colorfully decorated with lanterns, the tower is beautifully reflected in water, and strolling on the bridge a visitor may feel as if they have entered a fairyland.
Information about Tianjin Airlines
Tianjin Airlines is the expanding regional airline of China with domestic, seasonal and charter flights from Tianjin Binhai International Airport. The airline commenced operations in 2004 merged with Hainan Airlines, China Xinhua Airlines, Chang An Airlines and Shanxi Airlines and it was China’s largest regional airline. In 2016, Tianjin Airlines serves 104 destinations including Shanghai, Xian, Dalian, Haikou, Shenyang and Hangzhou. For its long-haul expansion, Tianjin Airlines will launch flights from Tianjin via Chongqing to London Gatwick in 25th June.