(Update on November 14, 2014) Xian
flights are quite hot, as both are hot destinations for tourists from domestic and abroad. Here, you will find some information about Xian - Urumqi Flights
and also there are tips for travel to the two cities. Hopping these are helpful to you China tour.
About Xian: Xian is a gateway to ancient Chinese civilization. With a history of over 3000 year, it is one of the most important cradles of Chinese civilization. Qin Terracotta Army - "the 8th wonder of the world" is one of the most famous attractions in Xian.
Spring and autumn are best periods to visit Xian, especially in March and November. Other great months to visit Xi'an are April, May and October when the average temperatures are a little cooler
Urumqi, the capital city of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, once was an important transportation hub on the Silk Road. Urumqi is an ideal tourist destination in China with unique natural beauty and rich folk customs.
Spring and autumn are both the most comfortable seasons to travel to Urumqi, especially May, August and September.
Xian - Urumqi Flights
There are 13 pairs of direst flights traveling between Xian and Urumqi every day. The two airports are Xian Xiangyang International Airport (XIY) and Urumqi Diwopu International Airport (URC). It takes about 3 hours for a whole fly journey.
The airlines include China Easern, Sichuan Airlines, China Southern, Hainan Airlines and Urumqi Airlines.
► For ensuring flight information can visit:
China Eastern: www.ceair.com
Sichuan Airlines: www.scal.com
Hainan Airlines: global.hnair.com
China Southern: www.csair.com
Urumqi Airlines: www.urumqi-air.com
► The above information is for your reference and subjected to change without advance notification from TCT. We suggests ensuring the flight information (including flight frequency and exactly flight schedule) by visiting airline official website or consulting with your TCT tour advisors separately. TCT has no responsibility on any loss caused by using the above information directly without checking or consulting.
•Domestic Travel High Season:
The most crowded seasons in China are Chinese Spring Festival (usually in late Jan or early Feb.), International Labor Day (May 01 to 03) and National Day (Oct 01-07). Spring Festival and the National Day golden week are the most crowded time for travelling.