Government increases flights China Sydney

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J The Australian government has increased weekly flights between Australia and China to meet holiday period demand. The number of weekly flights is expected to increase from 37 to 59 between November and February to cater to an expected increase in passengers, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. Transport Minister Anthony Albanese said 6300 extra seats will be added each week between Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne and Chines cities; Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hangzhou. Air China, China Southern and China Eastern have increased flight frequencies and Hainan Airlines will introduce a nonstop service between Sydney and Shenzhen.Chinese tourism into Australia has increased by 16 percent to 410,000 over the past year.last_img

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