Beijing-based Air China from Nov. 11 will launch 3X-weekly Airbus A330-200 flights between Chengdu, China, and Sydney. The carrier noted the flights will be the only nonstop service between western China and Australia. The airline currently operates 30 weekly flights between China and Australia, but all of them are out of Beijing or Shanghai. The carrier also plans to launch daily Shenzhen–Melbourne A330 service by the end of 2016. Sydney will be Air China’s 14th international ...

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