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Direct flight from Chengdu to Auckland to be launched in June

Direct flight from Chengdu to Auckland to be launched in June

Sichuan Airlines announced earlier this month that it will open a non-stop flight linking Chengdu, Sichuan province, and Auckland, New Zealand. This route will operate three times a week and be served by A330 aircraft.
Flying time is around 13 hours, departing from Auckland at 8:30 pm and arriving in Chengdu at 6:00 am the next day, or leaving Chengdu at 1:55 am and landing in Auckland at 6:45 pm.
The airline has been operating safely for nearly 28 years since its establishment. It has the largest Airbus fleet in China, with more than 120 planes covering 240 flight routes.
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