Wendy Wu Tours has partnered with Tianjin Airlines to offer free business class upgrades across many of its flagship China itineraries.
The airline has just introduced direct flights from London to Xi’an, the capital of the Chinese Shaanxi province, home to the Terracotta Army UNESCO World Heritage Site and the eastern departure point of the ancient Silk Road. The twice-weekly service will operate on Mondays and Fridays from Heathrow.
The upgrades offered by Wendy Wu include fully flat beds and VIP lounge access.
Wendy Wu founder said: “Tianjin’s new London service is a landmark occasion in aviation history, connecting the UK’s capital with the capital of Shaanxi province for the first time. The timing is perfect, given 2018 commemorates the EU-China International Year of Tourism, and testament to the steady growth in economic ties, trade and cultural exchange and tourism between our two countries.”
Tianjin Airlines general manager UK Robert Chen said: “This is a very important year for tourism between the UK and China and we are very excited to be working together to bring visitors to Xi’an, China’s Cradle of Civilisation.”
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