|Airline||Spring Airlines||Major Routes||Major airports in China such as Shanghai and Beijing Capital International Airport/Shanghai Pudong International Airport/Chiang Mai International Airport/Kansai International Airport/New Chitose Airport|
|Official Site||https://en.ch.com/||Check-In Counter||
|Year Established||2004||Main Destinations||Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei, Chiang Mai, Siem Reap, Seoul, Osaka / Kansai, Ibaraki, Sapporo, Guangzhou, Qingdao, Changsha, Urumqi, Dalian, Harbin|
|Frequent Flyer Program||SpringPass|
Spring Airlines is China's largest low-cost carrier, based at Shanghai Pudong and Hongqiao International Airport. Most of the airline's destinations are domestic routes within China, along with a number of international flights in Asia.
Checked baggage is not included with Spring Airlines and requires an additional fee which varies depending on the route. Make sure to add baggage while booking as it is much more expensive to pay for checked baggage during check-in.
Carry-on baggage with Spring Airlines must be under 7kg/15lbs, otherwise it will be considered as checked baggage and charged extra. Dimensions for carry-on baggage with Spring Airlines must be under 20 x 30 x 40cm.
Yes, you can be refunded for both circumstances.
In case you want to carry more weight, you have to pay additional charges for the extra baggage that you intend to carry with yourself on-board and those charges would be non-refundable.
Through their mileage program, SpringPass, Spring Airlines allows customers to earn points for tickets purchased which can be used to purchase tickets and upgrades with the airline. You can also use the points to buy in-flight meals and drinks. Note that some domestic flight routes are ineligible for earning points.
In order to check in with Spring Airlines, ticket holders can check-in through the kiosks at the airport or via their online account. At the airport, air ticket holders will receive their boarding pass which is to be presented at the final gate before boarding the plane.