China’s big infrastructure program at the turn of the century was called “Cun Cun Tong,” a promise that every village would be connected to every other. The motto has been revived as an aviation joke over the past year or so, as people in the industry have wondered whether airlines want to link every village in China with every village in Australia and New Zealand. About 50 routes between the two markets are in operation or set to begin next year. Even if the count does ...

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