China Southern Airlines will increase its direct services to Christchurch, New Zealand, to five times a week from December 12, and daily between January 15 and February 17. Christchurch Airport Chief Aeronautical and Commercial Officer Justin Watson says the increases in services will provide a huge economic boost for the regions of the South Island and are a direct result of the regions collectively working together. “The regions of the South Island have been flying in formation in the China market for the past two years, working together to achieve the commencement of the direct service last December” he says.

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