This may sound like a silly question, but is there any chance China Southern could fly a Gaungzhou-Darwin route, I looked up the distance and thier fleet of B737-800s, A320s and a3

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Northbound

Member since 11 May 2014

Total posts 9

This may sound like a silly question, but is there any chance China Southern could fly a Gaungzhou-Darwin route, I looked up the distance and thier fleet of B737-800s, A320s and a321s could all operate this route. Thanks in advance.

smart_flyer

Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer

Member since 29 Dec 2013

Total posts 8

Considering that CZ currently fly 3x weekly to PER and 4x weekly to BNE (and that MH, MI and PR are the only full-service carriers operating at Darwin), it would be better to see them expanding their current PER and BNE operations, and perhaps into Adelaide in the near future. 

Northbound

Member since 11 May 2014

Total posts 9

True, that seems much more preferable, but with all the mining ties with chine growing in the ringing it would be great to see this route opened up in the near future, thanks.

watson374

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 17 Aug 2012

Total posts 1,293

I'd sooner see a KUL-CNS run by AirAsia X.

074061

Cathay Pacific - Asia Miles

Member since 25 Apr 2013

Total posts 262

Well, if China Southern can do CAN - DRW on A321s, why can't Dragonair?

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