Air New Zealand (ANZ) will consolidate its services to China, adding a fifth weekly service to Shanghai from July 4 and serving Beijing as a one-stop destination in conjunction with Star Alliance codeshare partner Air China.  The airline will also suspend the 2X-weekly Auckland-Beijing service from June 30 to concentrate on growing the Shanghai service. ANZ still considers Beijing to be an important and growing market but believes it can be served by the Air China ...

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