China tourism growth set to accelerate with increased flights

Tina Morrison
Sun, 30 Oct 2016

By Tina Morrison Oct. 31 (BusinessDesk) - China, New Zealand's second-largest tourism market, is set for further growth with an extra 20 weekly flights scheduled by the end of this year. "More than 50 flights operate between China and New Zealand each week but I can tell you by the end of the year, more than 70 flights (will) operate between Auckland, Christchurch and the major cities of China, not necessarily those cities on the east bit of China but also you can go west, go to the hinterland of China," Zhang Fan, the economic and commer...

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