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Air China Add New Flights To Australia  
User currently offlineUSADreamliner From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
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The move comes after Air China reported its strongest performance to date over the first nine months of 2007, with services reaching around 90 per cent capacity range on its services between Australia and China.

The carrier will cut the daily Beijing-Shanghai-Sydney flights to four times weekly and add three weekly non-stop Beijing-Sydney services, operating overnight in both directions.
Combining the service via Shanghai and the new direct flights, and Air China will continue to provide daily services between Beijing and Sydney.

Melbourne, for the first time, will receive three weekly Beijing-Shanghai-Melbourne direct services, eliminating the need for passengers to travel via Sydney en route to China or beyond.


http://asia.news.yahoo.com/071022/4/39o8w.html

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