Hainan Airlines, the fourth largest Chinese carrier in terms of fleet size, expanded its international network recently, with two new flights weekly to Singapore via Haikou.

Currently, there are a total of three flights operated per week between Haikou and Singapore. All the international flights are operated by Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

The Hefei-Haikou-Singapore service takes off from Hefei at 9:30 pm every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, and arrives in Singapore at 4:35 am the next day, while the return flight takes off from Singapore at 5:35 am every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, and lands in Hefei at 12:50 pm.

On the Taiyuan-Haikou-Singapore route, the flight departs Taiyuan every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:45 am, arriving in Haikou at 10:50 am, leaving again at 12:30 pm and landing in Singapore at 3:45 pm. The return leg takes off from the Lion City at 4:45 pm, arriving in Haikou at 8:00 pm, leaving again at 9:10 pm and touching down in Taiyuan at 12:30 am.

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