Hainan Airlines flights - Manchester to Guangzhou (MAN-CAN)

* This Price is based on Opodo search results for flights performed within the next 365 days for this airline and this route. It reflects the cheapest price per route for an adult passenger that can be found in our system

Cheapest flights departing from Manchester - Guangzhou

China Southern Airlines logoChina Southern AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 4 stops £409
Hainan Airlines logoHainan AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 2 stops £441
Air France logoAir FranceMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 3 stops £471
Klm Royal Dutch Airlines logoKlm Royal Dutch AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 4 stops £480
Lufthansa logoLufthansaMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 4 stops £631
Oman Air logoOman AirMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 2 stops £631
Qatar Airways logoQatar AirwaysMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 2 stops £680
Turkish Airlines logoTurkish AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 2 stops £715
China Eastern Airlines logoChina Eastern AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 4 stops £807
Scandinavian Airlines logoScandinavian AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 4 stops £963
Cathay Pacific logoCathay PacificMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 2 stops £963
Xiamen Airlines logoXiamen AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 4 stops £1,085
Air China logoAir ChinaMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 2 stops £2,593
Singapore Airlines logoSingapore AirlinesMAN (Manchester International) - CAN (Baiyun) 3 stops £4,136

These prices are shown only for your reference and they correspond to return flights, according to the cheapest departure / return date combination seen for this route during the last 5 days.

Manchester - Guangzhou routes reviewed by our customers

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Age:Under 30
Class of travel:Economy
The outbound flight was quite satisfactory. It took the least tine from uk to china and reduce your tireness as much as possible. But the inbound trip was pretty annoying. Shanghai is a really big city and therefore has two international airports which are 2-hour metro distance away from each other. The agent arranged a transfer from one airport to another but only gave the passengers 4 hours on the transfer. You had to carry all your luggages to catch up next flight which was a really bad and tense experience.