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China Southern Likely To Be First To Introduce 787 To New Zealand
July 11, 2013
China Southern Airlines appears likely to be the first carrier to operate a Boeing 787 scheduled service to New Zealand, as it plans to use the aircraft to boost capacity on its route between Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and Auckland Airport in December. The airline’s announcement means it...
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