SpiceJet, which currently flies to Guangzhou from Delhi, will add three destinations in China this year, CEO Neil Mills has told Bloomberg.
Hawaiian Airlines has unveiled plans to launch A330 flights between Honolulu and Beijing from April 2014.
The Singapore-based low-cost carrier is launching Nanjing as its fourth destination in China on June 3.
Jetstar Hong Kong – a joint venture between the Qantas Group and China Eastern Airlines – should have secured approvals by year-end, Qantas’s CEO has told Bloomberg.
In line with its Ambition 2020 target of adding direct routes with China, Auckland Airport (AKL) has signed a new agreement with China Southern Airlines.
Guangzhou is set to join Beijing and Shanghai in letting transit passengers stay for three days without a visa, boosting the ‘Canton Route’ between Europe, Asia and Australia, said the airline.
Passengers on Australia’s international air routes continued their steady rise in January, with Singapore, China, Japan and UAE traffic each up by two digits.
From May 1, Qantas is extending its agreement with China Eastern Airlines to double direct Australia–China codeshare connections from 7 up to 17.
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