Air China has announced plans to further expand its presences in the Australian market with an increase in frequencies to Sydney and Melbourne, and the possible introduction of a new destination in the region.
The news comes just 11 months after the carrier last increased capacity to Australia by over 40%.
Air China currently operates ten services weekly to mainland China consisting of three non stop Sydney – Beijing services and four Sydney—Shanghai—Beijing services offering a daily schedule from Sydney. Melbourne—Shanghai— Beijing is served three times weekly.
All 12 services are code shared with Star Alliance
partner Air New Zealand.
Air China continues to operate all its Australian services with new Airbus A330-200s, which feature a two class cabin containing 34 business and 206 economy class seats.
Source: eTravel Blackboard