China Southern Airlines in Australia

China Southern Airlines has introduced new A330-200 aircraft onto Australian routes with the airline’s A330-223 touching down in Brisbane for the first time yesterday.

2nd Apr 2013


China Southern Airlines has introduced new A330-200 aircraft onto Australian routes with the airline’s A330-223 touching down in Brisbane for the first time yesterday.

The introduction of Airbus’ latest planes onto Australian routes is part of an ongoing program to upgrade product and service by providing Australian travellers with flatbed comfort in Business Class and personal TVs throughout, starting with the Perth and Brisbane routes this week.

Perth will welcome its first China Southern A332 aircraft on Wednesday morning.

To celebrate the arrival of the new aircraft, travellers can fly return to Guangzhou, the airline’s modern hub in southern China, from Brisbane for $893* in Economy and $3253* in Business and from Perth for $760* in Economy and $3230* in Business.

The introductory fares include taxes and are on sale now for travel throughout 2013.

China Southern’s Canton Route to the world reaches almost 200 destinations in 35 countries and regions using a range of aircraft from its growing fleet of more than 500 planes.

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