About China Southern Airlines (CZ)
State-owned China Southern Airlines (CZ) is Asia’s largest airline when measured by revenue, passengers flown, and fleet size, as well as the world’s seventh-largest airline by combined metrics. From its primary hubs at Beijing Capital International Airport and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, the airlines serves 193 destinations in 35 countries, operating a staggering 2,000 flights to domestic, regional, and international locations. In tandem with sister airlines, subsidiaries, and codeshare agreements, China Southern Airlines offers flights to all six habitable continents.
China Southern Airlines’ most popular destinations are the domestic cities of Shanghai, Chongqing, Changchun, Shenzhen, and Zhengzhou, with more than 400 daily flights to these (and other domestic destinations) departing from Guangzhou. From secondary hubs, the airline operates flights to 65 international destinations including Tokyo, New York, Seoul, London, Paris, and Berlin. One of the leading airlines in Southeast Asia, China Southern also has a prominent presence in Australia, as well as a growing footprint in Africa.
Choosing your car
You’ll save on a cheap China Southern car rental deal when you pair up your airline ticket price discounts with major car hire providers such as Alamo, Sixt, Enterprise, Dollar, Hertz, and Europcar. And you get an even better deal when you compare your rental prices here and make your booking on our site. Choose from minicars and economy hatchbacks, compact, standard and fullsize sedans, SUVs, estate wagons, and 7-12 seater minivans for large families and groups.
Tips for China Southern Airlines Passengers Renting Cars
The name of the person on the credit card used to make the car hire reservation must match the name on the credit card presented at the time of rental.
It’s recommended that your credit card be valid for 6 months after the rental period is ended. The card must also have enough available credit to cover the excess (deposit) amounts.
Depending upon location, specifically in places where toll roads are common, most rental companies offer e-Toll transponder rentals, which save time and hassle by easing your passage through toll collection booths.
The majority of China Southern Airlines car rental deals will be fitted with a GPS, but you’ll pay to use it unless they are fitted as standard, which many cars are. In some cases, it might be more cost-effective to use your personal mobile device for navigation. Check with your wireless provider about roaming charges before taking a pass on GPS.
Another location specific variable will be your credit card’s travel insurance coverage of the Excess Damage Waiver (aka Excess Reduction), which is an additional policy offered by your car hire provider. You can skip the additional fee if you’re covered by the card.
There are a number of details hidden in the fine print of your rental contract. If you’re going to rent a car, you’ll save money and heartache by getting familiar with restrictions and exclusions that may get glossed over during the rental process. For example, if you don’t drive the vehicle more than 45 km (75 mi), you’re likely to be hit with a surcharge. Meanwhile, returning the vehicle early is also subject to fees. Read the rental agreement thoroughly before driving off the lot.