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  • 09/03/2015
    State-run China Railway Corp (CRC) has signed an agreement with Bombardier Sifang Transportation, the Sino-Canadian rail company, to provide it with a new fleet of “very high-speed trains”. The CRH380D trains can reach speeds of 380kph. The new agreement will see Bombardier supply CRC with 15 CRH380D trains, to be deployed on the...
  • 09/01/2015
    Air New Zealand and Air China will launch a new route between Beijing and Auckland this year, as part of their strategic alliance. The partnership, which has just been approved by authorities in New Zealand, will see the two national carriers increase capacity between Auckland and mainland China by more than 25%. This will include the launch of...
  • 08/31/2015
    Two Chinese airlines are planning to launch new direct flights to Australia in the coming month, allowing passengers from more Chinese cities to head Down Under. In a recent statement posted on its website, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) revealed that both Hainan Airlines and China Eastern Airlines have applied for new routes,...
  • 08/31/2015
    Cunard has revealed that its flagship Queen Mary 2 cruise liner will embark on Chinese voyages from Shanghai and Hong Kong in 2017. As part of its World Voyage in 2017, the refurbished Queen Mary 2 will depart from New York on 3 January 2017, sailing to the UK and South Africa, before arriving in Australia for two stops in Sydney and two in...
  • 08/31/2015
    Airlines based in the Asian region carried 23.7 million international passengers in July, according to the latest data from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). This marks a 6.5% increase compared to the same month last year, and an 8.6% increase in terms of revenue passenger kilometres (RPK). Seat capacity increased 6.2%, and...

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