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New China-New Zealand Flights Announced to Boost Tourism

New China-New Zealand Flights Announced to Boost Tourism

The New Zealand government has announced the introduction of three direct flight services between China and New Zealand starting from November. The r

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The New Zealand government has announced the introduction of three direct flight services between China and New Zealand starting from November. The routes will include flights between Guangzhou and Auckland, as well as the reinstatement of the Guangzhou-Christchurch service. These additional flights will provide approximately 7,000 extra seats each month and aim to support tourism, international education, and trade between the two countries. Prime Minister Chris Hipkins and Tourism Minister Peeni Henare highlighted the importance of the Chinese tourist market to New Zealand’s economy and expressed optimism about the recovery of the tourism industry. The announcement comes after a successful first quarter of 2023 for international tourism in New Zealand, with increased revenue generated from overseas visitors. The government aims to attract more visitors from China and other countries to contribute to the country’s economic recovery.

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