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China Southern Welcomes Four New Incentive Marketing Hotel Partners

China Southern Airlines, the newest member of SkyTeam, hs signed separate deals with Langham Hotels International, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Jinling Hotels & Resorts and the Guangzhou Garden Hotel to include them in the airline's frequent flyer program, Sky Pearl Club.

Each qualifying stay for a guest at these hotels earns between 100 and 1000 mileage points. Qualifying stays means staying at a specific hotel for one night or consecutive nights and paying with a qualifying price. Checking in and out on the same day does not qualify as a stay. Qualifying prices are decided by each hotel group.

China Southern Airlines currently connects more than 80 cities around the globe. Major business and vacation destinations served in China include: Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Guilin, Hong Kong, Kunming, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Wuhan and as well as International service, including: Amsterdam, Bangkok, Fukuoka, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Islamabad, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Lagos, Los Angeles, Manila, Melbourne, Moscow, Osaka, Paris, Penang, Phnom Penh, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.






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