China Airlines expanded flights services to boost New Zealand tourism
The increased frequencies of China Airlines flights services to New Zealand are likely to boost the tourism sector here.
Taiwan’s national flag carrier China Airlines recently announced it will more than double its flights services between Taipei and Auckland.
The airline would be operating its new service between Auckland and Taipei via Sydney (Australia) starting from October 28, 2012. The airline will be operating the flights four times every week. The airline would be deploying an Airbus A330-300 aircraft configured with a total of 307 seats to operate flights on Auckland-Taipei route.
According to China Airlines, the new daily flights services between Auckland and Taipei would be complementing the existing service of the airline being operated via Brisbane (Australia) thrice weekly.
The additional frequencies to New Zealand are expected to significantly boost the tourism sector in the country.