Auckland airport outlines Guangzhou hub plan, targets Indian tourists

Fri, 01 Nov 2013

By Pattrick Smellie Nov. 1 (BusinessDesk) – Auckland International Airport sees India as one of the most attractive sources of immediate growth in passenger arrivals and is planning to more than double last year’s 29,856 visitor arrivals from India by 2020. In a 125 slide investor day presentation lodged on the NZX website, AIA also expands on its plans to create far deeper links with the airport at Guangzhou, the Pearl River Delta mega-city in China, where Southern China Air is headquartered. Southern China Air began direct flights between...

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