China Southern plans to boost its services to Australia and New Zealand during the next peak season, increasing its Boeing 787 flights to Auckland and bringing the Airbus A380 back for a second spell on its Sydney route. The Guangzhou-Auckland route will be upgraded from 10 times a week to twice-daily from Oct. 26 to March 29, with all flights operated by 787s. Meanwhile, the A380 is expected to replace Airbus A330 service on one of the two daily Guangzhou-Sydney flights during the southern ...
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