China Eastern Airlines plans to launch seasonal service to New Zealand in December, becoming the second Chinese carrier to serve that country. The airline will operate nonstop flights from Shanghai to Auckland between Dec. 9 and March 28, using Airbus A330-200s. It will have four flights a week initially, before moving to daily service from Jan. 16, according to the airport. Air New Zealand already serves the Auckland-Shanghai route. China Southern Airlines is currently the only Chinese ...

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