Heathrow welcomes new China trade link

Heathrow Airport has welcomed the extra cargo capacity that a new Boeing 787 Dreamliner China Southern  service will bring to the UK-China market.
The west London airport said that China Southern’s new twice daily service between Heathrow and Guangzhou would increase capacity to the Chinese city to up to 8,760 metric tonnes per year.
The city is located 75 miles up the Pearl River bay from Hong Kong, has a strong business market and is home to one of the country’s biggest ports.
From Guangzhou China Southern offers connections to 120 destinations in China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

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