China Southern increases Guangzhou flights to Brisbane, adds direct Beijing service

written by australianaviation.com.au | September 13, 2011
A China Southern A330.

China Southern airlines is increasing its Guangzhou to Brisbane flight schedule to four flights per week, as well as adding a continuing same flight connection to  Beijing, from October 30.

The Guangzhou based carrier will continue to operate Airbus A330-300s on all Brisbane services, offering four first class and 24 business class flatbed seats, 48 premium economy and 208 economy seats.

“Since China Southern’s first flight into Brisbane on 2 November 2010, there’s been strong demand from business travellers going to and coming from Beijing, so the new direct service will help meet this demand,” China Southern general manager Queensland, Edward Wang said.

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Flights will depart Brisbane Airport every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11.15am, arriving in Beijing at 11.15pm the same day.

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