China Southern increases cargo services

CHINA Southern Airlines has increased its freighters services on the back of strengthening demand.

The airline – one of China’s top three carrier’s – has added an additional service between Guangzhou and Amsterdam (The Netherlands) bringing the total up to four per week. The service also includes a stopover at Vienna (Austria).

In addition, from 28 August, it will launch a Shanghai to Los Angeles (US) service three times per week.

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