Alaska Airlines will add a Russian tour operator to its roster of operators to offer flights from Alaska to China.
The Alaska Airlines website is still offering flights from Anchorage to the city of Kunming and Beijing, but Alaska Airlines announced Tuesday that the operator will be able to offer travel to Kunming from April 1 through March 31.
The operator will have four flights each day that will include stops in Beijing, Kunming, Kunzhuang, Kunshan, and Kunming-Manchuria.
Alaska Airlines is also adding the option of additional flights from the same destination to China, which will allow travel to destinations in the Sichuan province of Guangdong.
Alaska Airlines is one of the first airlines in the world to offer its passengers a chance to fly in Russia.
Alaska began allowing Russian tourists to fly on the airline in 2018.
Alaskans will now have a choice between Alaska Airlines flights from Kunming to Kunzhus, and Alaska Airlines to Kunshans.
Alaskans can also take advantage of Alaska Airlines’ “China Express” service, which offers trips to Shanghai, Shenzhen, and other cities in China.
Alaska is also offering a similar service to passengers traveling from China to Hong Kong, Taipei, and Taipei-Liangxi.