Some time back, on the Liuzhou Overseas website, I used to meticulously detail and regularly update the flight timetable for Liuzhou’s toy town airport. I kind of gave up because they changed it every time the chicken entrails in the management’s banquet hotpot fell the wrong way. Or when the wind changed direction. They randomly cancelled all flights to Shanghai once, till General Motors went nuts and demanded the service be reinstalled. For a while, they cut off Beijing, too.
They offered daily flights to Guangzhou, then twice daily, then cancelled all flights for a month, then proudly announced their new three times a week Guangzhou service. (It is now daily again, maybe.)
To cut a very long story short, the airport management seem to be a bunch of useless drunks with no commercial sense whatsoever or in other words, typical “communists” who wouldn’t recognise anything Marxian if it bit them on their wobbly bits. They gave up trying to update their own website timetable years ago. But continue to regularly update the propaganda babble.
Anyway, today they have announced their summer schedule. I’m not even going to post it. It is scheduled to begin on March 25th. I am willing to bet that it will be altered by March 25½th. They tell us they currently offer flights to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Shenzhen, Xi’an, Sanya, Kunming, Hangzhou, Wuhan, Qingdao, Changsha, Wenzhou, Xiamen, Chongqing, Haikou, Nanjing and Nanchang.
Who knows? Maybe.