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China Southern Airlines to Boost Services to Australia

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China Southern Airlines has embarked on a significant growth path for the Australia - China market, beginning with the recent signing of a Strategic Partnership Agreement with Tourism Australia.

As part of this, China Southern will introduce frequency and capacity enhancements from the end of October 2010.

Sydney: Effective 31 October 2010, the airline will increase the direct Sydney - Guangzhou services to double-daily with the addition of an evening arrival/departure using A330-300 (am) and A330-200 (pm) aircraft.

Melbourne: Effective 31 October 2010, China Southern will increase the direct Melbourne - Guangzhou service to daily using A330-300.

Brisbane: Effective 2 November 2010, the airline will introduce a new direct Brisbane - Guangzhou service 3 x weekly, ex Brisbane on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday using A330-200.

Both aircraft types are equipped with the new Premium Economy and the A330-300 also with First Class.

Early morning arrivals in Guangzhou, daily from both Sydney and Melbourne will offer increased options for onward connections throughout China and Internationally, passengers then potentially benefiting from the 905 destinations in 169 countries of the SkyTeam Alliance.

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